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Philadelphia Demographics

The population of Philadelphia is estimated at 1,447,395
There are 568,848 households within the city limits
The average income per household is $35,365
People who live in Philadelphia use the area code 215 (Find any phone number in Philadelphia here)

Famous People Who Have Lived in Philadelphia

Benjamin Franklin, William Penn, Betsy Ross, Alexander Haig, Tina Fey, Kevin Bacon, M. Night Shyamalan, John Barrymore, Adam Carolla, Bill Cosby, W.C. Fields, Richard Gere, Seth Green, Bob Saget, Will Smith, Teller, Grace Kelly, Frankie Avalon, Joan Jett, Chubby Checker, John Coltrane, Billie Holiday, Pink, Noam Chomsky, Joe Frazier, and Sonny Liston

Philadelphia History - Important Notes

Benjamin Franklin founded the first fire department in Philadelphia.

Root Beer was introduced by Charles Hires at the Centennial Exposition in 1876.

Philadelphia is home to the famous Liberty Bell, although it was briefly taken to Allentown to secure it from British soldiers during the American Revolution.

Recently, Philadelphia was recognized for being a Solar America City

People Searches in Philadelphia

Things to do in Philadelphia

See a local sports team, such as the Philadelphia 76ers (Basketball), Philadelphia Eagles (Football), Philadelphia Flyers (Hockey), or the Philadelphia Phillies (Baseball) .
Visit the Liberty Bell
Take a tour of Independence Hall
Experience the John Heinz National Wildlife Refuge
Witness the shocking history of the Eastern State Penitentiary
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Important Addresses & Phone Numbers in Philadelphia

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Philadelphia 76ers Basketball
Philadelphia Eagles Football
Phillies Baseball Club
Philadelphia Intl Airport
Drexel University
Cathedral of Saints Peter and Paul
Roosevelt Mall
Pennsylvania Convention Center
Benjamin Franklin National Memorial
Bartram's Garden

Address:

3601 S Broad St, Philadelphia, PA 19148
1 Novacare Way, Philadelphia, PA 19145
1001 Pattison Ave, Philadelphia, PA 19148
8500 Essington Ave, Philadelphia, PA 19153
1435 Vine St, Philadelphia, PA 19102
18 Race St, Philadelphia, PA 19106
2327 Cottman Ave, Philadelphia, PA 19149
1101 Arch St, Philadelphia, PA 19107
222 N 20th St, Philadelphia, PA 19103
S 54th St & Lindbergh Blvd, Philadelphia, PA 19143

Phone Number:

215-339-7600
215-339-6727
267-570-2960
215-937-6937
215-965-5200
215-561-1313
215-331-2000
215-418-4700
215-448-1200
215-729-5281

About Philadelphia

Philadelphia's earliest settlers were Swedish and Dutch explorers, but the area was taken over by the British in the 1600's. William Penn was granted a charter from the King of England to establish a colony in Pennsylvania in 1681. He chose the name Philadelphia (which translates to brotherly love) for the colony's largest city, and helped design the layout.

In the 1700's, Philadelphia became one of the most important sites of the American Revolution. It was the most centrally located American colony, and so it was chosen as the meeting place for the First Continental Congress. Later is also hosted the Second Continental Congress where delegates signed the Declaration of Independence. As the colonists went to war, Philadelphia remained a key location and the site of several different battles. Following the war the Constitutional Convention was also held in Philadelphia.

During the 1790's, Philadelphia was named as the capital of the United States. By then the city had gained a large population, but an outbreak of yellow fever in 1793 claimed many lives. Some estimates say that up to 10% of the population died during the epidemic, and it took a major street and sewer cleanup effort throughout the city to finally bring an end to the disease.

Today Philadelphia is known as an industrial and historical city. It boasts both a modern city landscape and a variety of well-preserved landmarks. City leaders are working hard to develop a beneficial budget and improve all aspects of this well-known city.