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Description. This page book is a very scholarly look into the history of the Keystone State. There are two major parts to the book: The History, which begins with “The First Pennsylvanians” (its Native Americans in the Paleo-Indian period. Editorial Reviews. From Quaker rule to the devastating decline of the steel industry, Pennsylvania: A History of the Commonwealth chronicles political, cultural, and economic developments that have shaped the Keystone State.
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Pennsylvania. A History of the Commonwealth. Edited by Randall M. Miller and William A. Pencak “From Quaker rule to the devastating decline of the steel industry, Pennsylvania: A History of the Commonwealth chronicles political, cultural, and economic developments that have shaped the Keystone State.
Edited by Saint Joseph’s University history professor. A commonwealth is a traditional English term for a political community founded for the common ically it has sometimes been synonymous with "republic".The noun "commonwealth", meaning "public welfare general good or advantage", dates from the 15th century.
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Second, the book is not structured as an intellectual history of economic geography, systematically charting a path from the subdiscipline’s origins in the commercial geographies of the late 19th century through to the very pluralist economic geography that exists today.