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In 1900, Philadelphia welcomes the new century with a burst of energy.… →
In the aftermath of devastating job losses, Philadelphians reinvent their city.… →
As the Bicentennial approaches, Philadelphia reels from factory closures and crime.… →
Philadelphia celebrates the Centennial of the USA with a spectacular World’s Fair in 1876.… →
The Civil War shatters neighborhood calm and brings old tensions to a boiling point.… →
Discontent among Philadelphians rises with every new British tax, and with it, tension between the wealthy and working classes.… →
Benjamin Franklin is Philadelphia’s most iconic citizen, but how did William Penn’s city shape the man often called “The First American”?… →
In 1958, the Commonwealth of Virginia led other Southern states in refusing the U.S.… →
Philadelphia celebrates its founder more than any other American city, but who exactly is William Penn?… →
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