Why Pennsylvania towns have bizarre borders
The houses were bigger and the people richer in the places that the locals called "Swarthmore" and "Morton," compared with the simple farmland of the rest of 19th-century Springfield Township, Delaware County. The two sections were home to a college, growing businesses, and workers who commuted by train to the big city of Philadelphia.
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