Unboxing PENNSYLVANIA Part 2: Everything About PENNSYLVANIA You Should Know

Is Pennsylvania ALL crummy? Maybe not.

Part one:

There’s a lot of history in Philadelphia. In fact, there’s been a lot of important historical events that have happened in this entire state! Pennsylvania served as one of our important hubs for spreading ideas and getting America all pumped about overthrowing British rule. Then, the state thrived, saw some really bad times in the mid 1900s, and is now trying to recover from it’s economic decline.

There’s a lot of interesting history in Pennsylvania, and some neat stuff that you probably didn’t know, too.

We’re going to look at all of that stuff and even meet some people who LIVE in Pennsylvania. It’s time for Cornerhouse Tales: Pennsylvania. The Rust Belt State.

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  1. I love your channel. I was born and raised in Jersey Shore Pennsylvania, so that should tell you something

  2. Lancaster County/Hershey is where it's at!!!! I'm from Philly n once I got used to a more rural life I cannot believe what Philadelphia has become. Even just driving is the most aggressive experiences sometimes.

  3. Bruh, one of the guys he interviewed was neither from PA nor grew up in PA lmaooo of all the people you could choose!! He didn’t even know what a hersheys kiss was called— chocolate balls with paper?! Gtfoutta here!

  4. Philly was more fun to visit in the 1970s, when, the sound of Philadelphia Intl. Records made its mark on the R & B music scene with singers & groups like: The O'Jays, Harold Melvin & The Blue Notes, The Trammps, Lou Rawls, & Teddy Pendergrass. Sly Stallone's "Rocky" was filmed there & the huge Bi-Centennial parties on 7/4/1976.

  5. Really pains me to know how badly the Native American people were and still are being treated historically and even today in my generation. 😬

  6. Reese's peanut butter cups was invented by Reese who worked for Hershey and after inventing the peanut butter cup opened his own factory and later on got bought out by Hershey.

  7. Philly is in the decline, and Montgomery and Delaware Counties are becoming like Philadelphia. The better parts of PA is where the guy from Lincoln College talked about. Anywhere near the I83 or Penn State areas are nice and quiet. I always say, the further away from Philly, the nicer PA becomes.

  8. I live in York pa. About 45 minutes away from Gettysburg. Been there many times. There really are restless spirits roaming around. Very spooky!

  9. The “civil war ghost” line up perfectly with the dot below it, on the windshield, the entire time..looks to be a smudge on the glass

  10. TRAFFORD pa has tyrannical government and a cop who will violate you in every way dont go there you have been warned

  11. Nick, I love your channel and you have grown so much. Thanks for showing my state in the correct light the good, bad, and ugly.

  12. I would never, ever, ever go back to the Lackawanna Valley……..it's haunted and gross. The people are so narrow minded, Scranton and Wilkes Barre hate each other……plenty of witches and warlocks….everyone is either retired, going to the expensive colleges, or living on welfare and pizza when they're not doing short term temp work at manufacturing and logistic companies. The winters are brutal. Most women's shelters closed while all mens shelters were still funded (!!!) Its a soul destroying place where everyone hopes the land rights they have sold to their backyards result in fracking income. The only way to AVOID the Lackawanna Valley is to NOT GO THERE IN THE FIRST PLACE.

  13. Have lived inner city Harrisburg and York. Both beautiful cities but very rough, people are really struggling along with gun violence and drugs. Anywhere outside the city are great places. West shore Cumberland county.

  14. No Chester county is mad expensive as far as taxes for owning a home . I've lived here my whole life he doesn't know about chester county like he says so 😂

  15. keep unboxing and never stop. some videos need an upgrade. Texas was too short for a state si big. i watched the first one on pennsylvania like a billion times. now there is a second one!!!🙏🏿🙏🏿🙏🏿💪🏾😎

  16. I lived in Washingtonville until I was 14… I'm not sure if I should be proud or embarrassed that the lawnmower DUI story made it into your video 😂

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