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Harrisburg, Dauphin County, Pennsylvania

State Capital, a city of 35,000 pop., on Susquehannah River, and connected with railroads to all the important towns and cities in all directions, making it a city of great business enterprise. Extensively engaged in the manufacture of iron and other articles.

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