Wilkes-Barre

County seat of Luzerne County, Pennsylvania, United States

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Wilkes-Barre (the last part is variously pronounced "Berry", "Bury", "Bare", or "Berrah" by locals, and "Barry" or "Barr" by others) is a city of 41,000 people (2018) in northeastern Pennsylvania, approximately 20 miles southwest of Scranton. The city is named for John Wilkes and Isaac Barre, both of whom were members of the British Parliament who opposed royal rule of the colonies. Although the city is named after them, neither one ever stepped foot in North America.


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    City and county seat in Pennsylvania, United States

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    Borough in Pennsylvania, United States

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    Borough in Pennsylvania, United States

  • Wilkes-Barre Township, Luzerne County, Pennsylvania

    First Class Township with home rule in Pennsylvania, United States

  • King's College (Pennsylvania)

    Liberal arts college in Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania

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    Metropolitan statistical area in Pennsylvania, United States


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