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Source: Pennsylvania State House of Representatives

  • Pennsylvania State Dog: Great Dane
  • Pennsylvania State Flower: Mountain Laurel
  • Pennsylvania State Tree: Hemlock
  • Pennsylvania State Fish: Brook Trout
  • Pennsylvania State Animal: Whitetail Deer
  • Pennsylvania State Bird: Ruffed Grouse
  • Pennsylvania State Insect: Firefly
  • Pennsylvania State Fossil: Phacops Rana
  • Pennsylvania State Aircraft: Piper J-3 Cub
  • Pennsylvania State Beverage: Milk

The state government works in a beautiful building in Harrisburg called the Capitol. The large dome in the middle, called the Rotunda, is 272 feet high and weighs 52 million pounds!

The Moravian mosaic tile floor of the Pennsylvania State Capitol has close to 400 picture tiles. The tiles pictured on this flyer are all located within the main rotunda. This is a fun activity for your students to see how many they can locate and check off during your visit to the Capitol.

Three hundred years ago, it was known as Penn's Woods (Penn's Sylvania) - and William Penn owned it all! No commoner in history, before or since, personally possessed so much land. Unfortunately, early forms of transportation never permitted Penn to see more than a tiny fraction of his estate.

  • Pennsylvania Size: 309 miles long and 174 miles wide
  • Pennsylvania Population: over 12,281,050

Famous Pennsylvanians

  • August Wilson, playwright
  • Gene Kelly, dancer
  • Pearl Buck, author
  • James Buchanan, 15th U.S. president
  • Jim Thorpe, olympic athlete
  • Stephen Foster, composer
  • Mary Cassatt, painter
  • Jimmy Stewart, actor
  • Margaret Mead, anthropologist
  • Robert E. Peary, explorer
  • Marian Anderson, opera singer

With House-approved funding for the Virus Research Laboratory at the University of Pittsburgh, Dr. Jonas Salk was able to develop the vaccine in 1954 that effectively ended the polio epidemic in America.


Click Here for Printable
Coloring Book from
Pennsylvania State Representative
Anita Astorino Kulik

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for a quick tour of the Commonwealth from the Pennsylvania Capitol

Click Here for additional educational tools from the Pennsylvania Capitol including: Moravian Mosaic; Tiles Pennsylvania Activities; William Penn's Guide to Pennsylvania; Pennsylvania Trivia Quiz; PA Quiz; The Biography of a Bill; Pennsylvania's 67 County Names; Pennsylvania Firsts in the nation; America The History, The People, The Test; Our House Pennsylvania; Making Law Pennsylvania; Welcome to the Senate of Pennsylvania; Landmarks of the Pennsylvania's Capitol Complex; and The Pennsylvania Capitol


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for Printable Word Search

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