Pennsylvania White Pages, United States

The Commonwealth of Pennsylvania was one of the first thirteen colonies that formed the United States. The state is renowned for promoting religious, political, and racial liberty, representing the founding ideals of the country, as well as its diverse landscape and contribution to the American banking system. You can find someone in Pennsylvania by their phone numbers on the Pennsylvania white pages. 

This online phonebook also allows you to see a person’s public records, including arrest records, criminal records, court records, and property records. Access to this information can help you reconnect with a lost friend and avoid phone scams.

Pennsylvania At A Glance

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  • Became A US state — December 12, 1787 (2nd state)
  • Capital: Harrisburg 
  • Population: 12.9 million (2021)
  • Size: 46,055 square miles (33rd largest) 
  • Nickname: Keystone State
  • Motto: “Virtue, Liberty, and Independence”
  • State Tree: Hemlock
  • State Flower: Mountain Laurel
  • State Bird: Ruffed Grouse
  • State Beverage: Milk

10 Quick Facts About Pennsylvania

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  • Pennsylvania is one of the thirteen colonies — and the only one that is not sharing a border with the Atlantic Ocean.
  • The US Declaration of Independence, as well as the US Constitution, were drafted and signed in Independence Hall, Philadelphia. 
  • Philadelphia is the first planned city in North America. 
  • The first daily newspaper in the United States, the Pennsylvania Packet and Daily Advertiser, was published in Philadelphia. 
  • The first computer in the world was invented at the University of Pennsylvania in 1946.
  • Pennsylvania is home to the first zoo in the United States.
  • Betty Ross sewed the first American Flag in Philadelphia in 1777.
  • Pennsylvania has the most covered bridges in the United States — there are over 200 covered bridges in the state. 
  • President Abraham Lincoln made the Gettysburg Address, one of the most famous speeches in US history, in Gettysburg, PA.
  • Pennsylvania Hospital, home to the first surgical amphitheater and the first medical library in the US, and also one of the oldest public hospitals in the United States is here. 

Largest cities or towns in Pennsylvania

AllentownState CollegeLebanon
ReadingNorristownAllison Park
ScrantonBethel ParkChambersburg
LancasterDrexel HillKing of Prussia
LevittownWilliamsportNew Castle
HarrisburgPlumWest Chester