Which City in Pennsylvania?

Name these Pennsylvania cities based on their starting letter and a description.
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Last updated: April 5, 2020
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Description
Letter
City
Once the nation's largest city, it was overtaken by New York in the late 1700s
P
Philadelphia
The capital of Pennsylvania
H
Harrisburg
Known for its steel and ketchup industries
P
Pittsburgh
Steel town with a Biblical name
B
Bethlehem
City whose name is printed on many a chocolate bar
H
Hershey
One of the Monopoly railroads was named after this city
R
Reading
Michael Scott and Dwight Schrute ran a paper company in this "Electric City"
S
Scranton
Billy Joel wrote a song about this working class city in the Lehigh Valley
A
Allentown
The largest city on Pennsylvania's Great Lakes shoreline
E
Erie
These neighboring cities are named after rival houses in the War of the Roses
L
Lancaster
Y
York
Penn State University can be found here
S
State College
The global oil industry was born when oil was discovered here in the 1850s
T
Titusville
This coal-mining center is the second most populous city in the U.S. with a hyphen in its name
W
Wilkes-Barre
Tourists come here to see the famous Civil War battleground
G
Gettysburg
This Philadelphia surburb, like its New York namesake, was built shortly after WWII.
With 6 typical house designs, a new house was finished every 16 minutes.
L
Levittown
Amazingly, this borough shares its name with a trashy MTV reality show about Italian-Americans
J
Jersey Shore
2,209 people died on a fateful day in 1889 when a nearby dam collapsed
J
Johnstown
Named for Frederick the Great, it is today home to the second largest shopping mall in the U.S.
K
King of Prussia
This town's most famous resident is a groundhog named Phil
P
Punxsutawney
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