Beaver Falls, Pennsylvania

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Beaver Falls is a city in Beaver County, Pennsylvania, United States.wikipedia
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Beaver Falls Cutlery Company

In the 1870s, Beaver Falls was home to a Chinatown and had up to 225 Chinese residents, brought in to work at Beaver Falls Cutlery Company.
Beaver Falls Cutlery Company, Beaver Falls, Pennsylvania, is a former company which manufactured steel cutlery, razors and pocketknives.

Geneva College

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Geneva College is located in the College Hill neighborhood on the north side of the city.
Geneva College is a Christian liberal arts college in Beaver Falls, Pennsylvania.

College Hill (Beaver Falls)

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Geneva College is located in the College Hill neighborhood on the north side of the city.
College Hill is a neighborhood located in the northern section of Beaver Falls, Pennsylvania, United States.

Beaver River (Pennsylvania)

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It is located 31 miles (50 km) northwest of Pittsburgh, and on the Beaver River, six miles (9 km) north of its confluence with the Ohio River.
It receives Connoquenessing Creek west of Ellwood City and flows past Beaver Falls and New Brighton.

New Brighton, Pennsylvania

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The world's first recorded college basketball game occurred in the city on April 8, 1893 when the intramural team from Geneva College defeated the New Brighton YMCA. Across the Beaver River to the east, Beaver Falls runs adjacent with North Sewickley to the northeast, Eastvale and Daugherty Township to the east (the former with the only connector via Eastvale Bridge), and New Brighton to the southeast.
To the west, across the Beaver River, are (from north to south) Beaver Falls, Patterson Heights, Patterson Township, and Fallston.

Beaver County, Pennsylvania

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Beaver Falls is a city in Beaver County, Pennsylvania, United States.

Mr. Belvedere

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The city is best known in fiction as the setting of the television situation comedy Mr. Belvedere.
The show eventually developed with an upper-middle-class family in suburban Beaver Falls, Pennsylvania.

Patterson Heights, Pennsylvania

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Beaver Falls has five land borders: Patterson Heights and Patterson Township to the southwest, White Township to the west, West Mayfield to the northwest, and Big Beaver to the north.
Patterson Heights has two land borders, including Beaver Falls to the northeast and Patterson Township to the south, west and northwest.

Patterson Township, Beaver County, Pennsylvania

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Beaver Falls has five land borders: Patterson Heights and Patterson Township to the southwest, White Township to the west, West Mayfield to the northwest, and Big Beaver to the north.
Patterson Township has six land borders, including White Township to the north, Beaver Falls and Patterson Heights to the east, Fallston to the southeast, Brighton Township to the southwest, and Chippewa Township to the west.

Pittsburgh, Harmony, Butler and New Castle Railway

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The city was also linked to Ellwood City in 1914 by the Pittsburgh, Harmony, Butler and New Castle Railway, an interurban trolley line.
There was also an extension that was later added to the line from Ellwood City to Beaver Falls.

White Township, Beaver County, Pennsylvania

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Beaver Falls has five land borders: Patterson Heights and Patterson Township to the southwest, White Township to the west, West Mayfield to the northwest, and Big Beaver to the north.
White Township has four borders, including West Mayfield to the north, Beaver Falls to the east and southeast, Patterson Township to the Southwest and Chippewa Township to the west.

Adam K. Bert

Adam K. Bert (1905–2007), of Beaver Falls, Pennsylvania, was a stamp collector and dealer, who operated his stamp business in Pittsburgh.

Eastvale, Pennsylvania

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Across the Beaver River to the east, Beaver Falls runs adjacent with North Sewickley to the northeast, Eastvale and Daugherty Township to the east (the former with the only connector via Eastvale Bridge), and New Brighton to the southeast.
Eastvale is located at 40.76778°N, -80.31444°W (40.767765, -80.314579), across the Beaver River from the city of Beaver Falls.

Eastvale Bridge

Across the Beaver River to the east, Beaver Falls runs adjacent with North Sewickley to the northeast, Eastvale and Daugherty Township to the east (the former with the only connector via Eastvale Bridge), and New Brighton to the southeast.
The Eastvale Bridge is a bridge that carries PA Route 588 over the Beaver River between the borough of Eastvale, and the city of Beaver Falls, Pennsylvania.

Big Beaver, Pennsylvania

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Beaver Falls has five land borders: Patterson Heights and Patterson Township to the southwest, White Township to the west, West Mayfield to the northwest, and Big Beaver to the north.
Big Beaver has nine borders, including New Beaver in Lawrence County to the north, Koppel to the northeast, North Sewickley Township to the east, Beaver Falls to the southeast, West Mayfield to the south-southeast, Chippewa Township to the south, and Darlington Township and New Galilee to the west.

Thomas Midgley Jr.

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Midgley was born in Beaver Falls, Pennsylvania, to a father who was also an inventor.

West Mayfield, Pennsylvania

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Beaver Falls has five land borders: Patterson Heights and Patterson Township to the southwest, White Township to the west, West Mayfield to the northwest, and Big Beaver to the north.
West Mayfield has four borders, including Big Beaver to the north, Beaver Falls to the east, White Township to the south, and Chippewa Township to the west.

Joe Namath

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Namath was born and raised in Beaver Falls, Pennsylvania (30 miles (50 km) northwest of Pittsburgh), and grew up in its Lower End neighborhood.

Papa John Creach

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Creach was born at Beaver Falls, Pennsylvania.

Joe Walton

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Walton was born in Beaver Falls, Pennsylvania in 1935, the son of former Washington Redskins guard Frank "Tiger" Walton.

North Sewickley Township, Beaver County, Pennsylvania

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Across the Beaver River to the east, Beaver Falls runs adjacent with North Sewickley to the northeast, Eastvale and Daugherty Township to the east (the former with the only connector via Eastvale Bridge), and New Brighton to the southeast.
Across the Beaver River to the west, North Sewickley Township runs adjacent with, from north to south, Koppel, Big Beaver, and Beaver Falls

Big Beaver Falls Area School District

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It serves the City of Beaver Falls, the Boroughs of Big Beaver, Eastvale, Homewood, Koppel and New Galilee and White Township.

Harry Traver

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In 1919, he founded the Traver Engineering Company in Beaver Falls, Pennsylvania, which created amusement rides, including the Tumble Bug, The Caterpillar, Laff in the Dark, Auto Ride, and the Circle-Swing, a ride similar in concept to the earlier Captive Flying Machines ride popularized in the United Kingdom by American-born inventor Sir Hiram Maxim.

Ernest Kline

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He took a career in radio news broadcasting in Charleroi, Pennsylvania, Connellsville, Pennsylvania, Kittanning, Pennsylvania, and at WBVP-AM in Beaver Falls, Pennsylvania.