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Named forAnswerExtra Info
Tribe Conquered by the Iroquois
Benjamin Franklin
Geographic location in PA
Initially named Buckingham
Revolutionary War General
English Duke
Coal-rich area of PA
Native American Chief Tamaque
Lord De La Warr
Local Fauna
Alligewi Tribe
English County
In honor of the French; first born son the French King
From Meschawoming, which in the language of the Delawares meant 'great plains'
county took its name from the fact that a hundred years after other sections of the state were well populated, the territory of this section was still a primitive forest
Governor of New York
Third US President
Revolutionary War General
County in England
A reference to the United States
Native American word meaning 'the forks'
From an ancient Indian village which stood at the junction of French creek and the Allegheny river.
Native American word for the meeting of two streams
Named forAnswerExtra Info
Fields in which the Buffaloes roamed
Adaption of a word of the Iroquois Indians which meant standing stone
A Walled City in Cheshire, England
Fifth US President
Pennsylvania Governor
County in England
County in England
Revolutionary War General
William Penn's Father's lands in England
Revolutionary War General
Revolutionary War General
A corruption of the Iroquois word or name Diahoga, meaning the forks as of two streams.
General Lafayette
County town of Northamptonshire
Native American word meaning the place of a sandy lick
US Senator
US Colonel in the American Revolution
Revolutionary War General
the Dutch-named PA river
Revolutionary War General
Second US President
Attributed to the Events of the Battle of Brady's Bend
Greek for Brotherly Love
Named forAnswerExtra Info
Attorney General under Washington
Biblical Reference
US General in War of 1812
Revolutionary War General
Governor of Pennsylvania
Native American leader and translator for the colonies
County in England
English Countess
First US President
Named by Welsh Settlers
American Naval Commander
American Naval Officer
British Colonel who defeated Native Americans at Fort Kittanning 1756
Native Americans
From Assiskuhanna, meaning a broad and shallow river
English County
Associate Justice of the US Supreme Court
Christopher Columbus
Revolutionary War General
French Ambassador to the US
Inventor of the Steam Boat

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