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Coatesville

(kōts`vĭl), city (1990 pop. 11,038), Chester co., SE Pa., on Brandywine Creek, in a farm area; settled c.1717, inc. as a city 1916. It has been a steel center since 1810. Joseph HergesheimerHergesheimer, Joseph
, 1880–1954, American novelist, b. Philadelphia. He first achieved literary distinction with the publication of The Three Black Pennys (1917).
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 wrote about this region in The Three Black Pennys. The National Iron and Steel Heritage Museum and the Lukens National Historic District are in Coatesville. The Revolutionary battle of BrandywineBrandywine, battle of,
in the American Revolution, fought Sept. 11, 1777, along Brandywine Creek. The creek, formed by two small branches in SE Pennsylvania, flows southeast to join, near Wilmington, Del., the Christina River, which empties into the Delaware.
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 (Sept. 11, 1777) was fought to the south of the city; the area is now a state park.
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Each spring and during the holiday season, the chorus sings of peace, hope and love to the patients at the Philadelphia and Coatsville Veterans Hospitals.
Born in 1905 in Coatsville, Pennsylvania, into a family of wealthy Quakers, he read classics at Princeton, Class of '27, and was summarily ejected from the editorial board of a students' magazine for writing an article held by the university president to be both sacrilegious and obscene.
Brandywine Hospital, Coatsville, Pennsylvania (200 beds, Foodservices and Nutrition); Crittenton Hospital Medical Center, Rochester, Michigan (250 beds, Facilities Management); Acute Care Hospitals, Minneapolis/St Paul, Minnesota (436 beds, Foodservices); Marin General Hospital, Greenbrae, California (235 beds, Foodservices and Facilities Management); Asbury Methodist Village, Gaithersburg, Maryland (1,571 people, Foodservices and Facilities Management); New Hanover Regional Medical Center, Wilmington, North Carolina (628 beds, Foodservices); Georgetown University Hospital, Washington, DC (386 beds, Facilities Management); H & H Total Care services, Canada (170 beds, Foodservices and Facilities Management); Abbostford, Canada (410 beds, Foodservices and Facilities Management)
Golden, chief of research and development at the VA Medical Center in Coatsville, Pennsylvania, is part of the hospital's Dementia Outpatient Clinic Leadership Team.
Brandywine Hospital, Coatsville, Pennsylvania (200 beds, Foodservices); Crittenton Hospital Medical Center, Rochester, Michigan (250 beds, Facilities Management services); H & H Total Care services, Canada (170 beds, Food and Facilities Management services); Abbostford, Canada (410 beds, Food and Facilities Management services)
Smock of Guys Mills, PA, and a student at the University of Pittsburgh; and Megan Trimble of Coatsville, PA, and a student at the University of the Sciences.