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On October 19, , the city erected and dedicated the Soldiers and Sailors Monument, which still stands on Allentown's center square, in honor of Union soldiers from Allentown and local Lehigh Valley towns and boroughs who died in the Civil War. The opening of the Lehigh Canal caused a fundamental change in the nature of Allentown and the Lehigh Valley, as it transformed both from a rural agricultural area dominated by German-speaking people into an urbanized industrialized area.

It expanded the city's commercial and industrial capacity greatly. With this, the town underwent significant industrialization, ultimately becoming a major center for heavy industry and manufacturing. The actual foundation for the city's industrial development was brought about by necessity. David Deshler, the city's first shopkeeper, opened a saw mill in These were in direct competition for moving coal with the Lehigh Canal.

The railroad was placed in operation in September of that year. Connections for New York were made via the Central Railroad of New Jersey and later connections with Philadelphia were made via the Perkiomen railroad which operated between Norristown and Freemansburg.

It was Henry Leh that began the true industrialization of Allentown in The Union Army needed boots. Since Simon Cameron, the secretary of war, was from Pennsylvania, many government contracts flowed to the Keystone state.

Leh had opened his shoe and ready-to-wear clothing store in Allentown in If the Union Army needed boots and shoes, he'd make them.

In addition to Leh's boot and shoe industry, during the Civil War, eight brick yards, a saw mill, the Allentown Paint factory, two shoe factories, a piano factory, flour mills, breweries and distilleries had opened in the city. Beds of iron ore had been discovered in the hills around Allentown in the s, and a furnace was constructed in for the production of pig iron by the Allentown Iron Company. The furnace was opened in under the supervision of Samuel Lewis, an expert in iron production, and this led to the opening of plants for a wide variety of metal products.

The Allentown Rolling Mill Company was a merger of several small companies in and became the most significant iron company in the city. It employed many people and turned out more iron products than any other.

Although not as large as the iron and steel industry in neighboring Bethlehem, in the latter half of the 19th Century, Allentown became a major iron-producing center. He and his partner, John D. It's boilers and kilns were used across the United States, and also in Canada, Cuba and the Philippines. In addition to the iron and railroad industries, Allentown also had a strong tradition in the brewing of beer and was home to several notable breweries , including the Horlacher Brewery founded , closed , [33] the Neuweiler Brewery founded , closed [34] and Schaefer Beer , whose brewery was later owned by Pabst Brewing Company and Guinness [35] but is now owned by the Boston Beer Company, maker of Samuel Adams.

Brick making flourished in the city until after World War I, the clay unearthed in various sections of the community proving highly suitable for the manufacture of building brick as well as fire brick. Bricks were the first products shipped outside of the Allentown area by rail and were sold nationwide. In , Wilson Arbogast and Morris C. Bastian formed Arbogast and Bastian, where commercial slaughtering was done on a large scale.

With the industrial industry, Allentown became a major banking and finance center. Ainey was born in Susquehanna county, November 30, In he organized the Allentown Savings Institution and was chosen its first president. In the Second National Bank of Allentown was organized. He was elected its first president, a position he filled up to the time of his death. Ainey was a major financier of the industrial and retail growth of the city.

Through his industry and assistance the following industries were established: The Iowa Barb Wire Co. In the late s, Allentown's iron industry collapsed. It left the city economically depressed and to prevent this from happening again, efforts were made to develop a diversifed industrial base. Convincing the Phoenix Manufacturing Company to open a silk mill in Allentown was the first major success of that effort.

The success of its Adelaide mill at Race and Court Streets prompted the opening of the Pioneer silk mill in and the city was established as a silk manufacturing center. With its many ancillary businesses, the silk industry became the largest in the city and remained so until the late 20th century.

By there were 26 mills in Allentown, which by , when rayon was introduced became 85 mills. Over 10, people were employed in the Allentown silk industry at its height during the s. By , Mack Trucks had developed a reputation for being study and reliable. Mack eventually had a total of eight manufacturing plants in Allentown.

On October 1, the world's first transistor production began at the Allentown Western Electric plant. It would become the backbone of a communications revolution. Over the years the plant was at the forefront of the postwar electronics revolution. Max Hess came to Allentown in on a business trip and envisioned a department store serving the area. He moved his family from Perth Amboy, New Jersey, in In the first half of the 20th Century, Hess Brothers was a shopping destination. Flamboyance and excitement were cornerstones of the store.

It was well known for its fashion apparel as a result of introducing the latest trends from Europe. By the midth Century, Allentown had become a major retailing and entertainment center separate from Philadelphia and New York City. The establishment of the Hess Brothers, H. Leh and Company and Zollinger Department stores led to the growth of the retail business sector in the Central Business District.

There were dozens of smaller retail stores, along with numerous restaurants, hotels, banks and professional offices in the "downtown", as it was called. In addition to the shopping, at least seven cinemas and stage theaters were located along Hamilton Street between Fifth and Tenth Streets. By the mid s, Allentown's economy had been booming for decades. However, beginning in the s, the economy and demographics of the city began to change.

Increasing taxes in the city and the inability to expand the city's legal limits led to a migration of the baby boom generation to live outside of the city limits.

Townships such as Salisbury , South Whitehall and Whitehall had large areas of farmland that were prime locations for large housing estates to be built. Allentown began to be drained of its next generation of working class, who began to migrate to the newer, less expensive housing in suburbs which also offered lower taxes, greenspace, less crime, and newer schools. With these demographic changes that began in the s and continued into the s and s, Allentown's city government and school district were left with fewer resources.

The financial shortcomings of the city increased the number of working-class families leaving Allentown because of the Allentown School District's shortcomings as well as the sea change in demographics in the city's neighborhoods, especially those in center city. With the departure of many working-class families from older center city neighborhoods, many homes were sold to landlords which converted them into inexpensive multi-family apartments which became government subsidized because of lax zoning enforcement and permissive city codes.

The subsidized housing attracted new migrants to the area from New York and Philadelphia, looking for a better life in the more affordable Allentown area, but started a poverty problem with many of these residents requiring social services which the city could not afford easily. While the neighborhoods and school system continued to decline, Allentown, like many other cities, focused all of its attention and resources on Hamilton Street Retail and the Central Business District, ignoring the neighborhoods around them.

This exacerbated the decline of the city at large. With the population growing in the townships, more and more shopping centers along with other services were built outside of the city to accommodate the needs of their growing populations.

In , the Whitehall Mall , the first closed shopping mall north of Philadelphia was opened. The stores in the downtown shopping district began to close and be replaced with stores whose customers were less affluent than the past. Large areas of the downtown were torn down for parking lots and the downtown business district was rebuilt in an attempt to compete with the suburban shopping areas. However, the Hamilton Mall concept of covered sidewalks and reduced traffic was ultimately unsuccessful.

Two of the city's major department stores, Leh's and Zollingers closed by The third, Hess's was sold to The Bon-Ton in , which subsequently closed in Combined with this, the manufacturing economy of the Northeastern United States began suffering from deindustrialization.

That caused many of the factories and corporations headquartered in Allentown to close or move. With the manufacturing base of the economy eroding, more and more high-paying industrial jobs were replaced with lower-paying jobs in the service sector. In the s and s, Allentown's economy, like most of Pennsylvania's, has been based in the service industries with some manufacturing. There also has been significant growth in the health care, transportation and warehousing industries.

The Allentown Economic Development Corporation AEDC operates a business incubator, the Bridgeworks, which helps attract and support young commercial and manufacturing businesses. The NIZ consists of approximately acres 52 hectares in downtown Allentown and the new Riverfront district the western side of the Lehigh River. In addition to the Central Business District, the Lehigh River waterfront area is being redeveloped with a mixed-use development of apartment and office buildings.

Downtown apartment complexes, such as the Strata Lofts I and II are being built to provide rentals primarily for millennials who work in the new office buildings. Empty Nester boomer and Gen-X residents are being attracted to condominium residences such as the redeveloped Livingston Building and Farr Lofts, as well as new uban condominiums planned in the Five City Center Complex downtown.

In addition to the residences and office buildings, new retail stores and restaurants are being built as part of the NIZ development. According to the United States Census Bureau , the city has a total area of Bodies of water include the Jordan Creek and its tributary, the Little Lehigh Creek , which join within the city limits and empty into the Lehigh River.

The city is the county seat of Lehigh County. Center City , which includes the downtown area and the 7th Street retail and residential corridor, is the city's central business district and the site of various city, county and federal government centers. To the east of Center City are "The Wards," residential areas that developed during the city's industrial boom of the late 19th century and early 20th century. Just east of the Lehigh River are the city's East Side residential neighborhoods, most of which border the various routes to nearby Bethlehem.

The West End of Allentown, with its mix of commercial corridors, cultural centers, and larger single-family residences, begins approximately west of 15th Street. Plans for a major redevelopment of the Central Business District of Allentown were announced in late as a result of Neighborhood Improvement Zone NIZ legislation passed by the Pennsylvania legislature. Existing structures were demolished in early Several lawsuits filed against the project were settled in mid, and construction by was largely complete for the first phase.

The City of Allentown is characterized by a large stock of historic homes, commercial structures and century-old industrial buildings. Allentown's Center City neighborhoods mainly consist of a variety of Victorian and Federal rowhomes.

The stately homes around West Park are mostly Victorian and Craftsman-style. Houses in the City's East Side and South Side are a mixture of architectural styles and are generally single and twin family homes built from the s through the s but there are also some older Victorian homes.

Allentown also has loft apartments in converted mills and historic brick manufacturing buildings and modern and historic high-rise apartment buildings.

It is 23 stories high and is located at the northwest corner of 9th and Hamilton Street. The decorative friezes on the exterior of the building were designed by Alexander Archipenko. It was built between —28 and was opened to the public on July 16, One of the city's older surviving structures, Miller Symphony Hall , at 23 North Sixth Street, dates from and originally housed the city's public market.

Built around as the Central Market Hall, the structure was converted to a theater in by the architectural firm of J. McElfatrick and renamed the Lyric Theater. Perhaps one of only a dozen of the famous McElfatrick designs still standing, the building has been a burlesque Hall, used for vaudeville shows, silent films, symphony orchestras, and other forms of entertainment for well over a century.

There are three historic districts in Allentown: The West Park neighborhood also offers a tour of this district's larger Victorian and Craftsman-style homes.

Summers are typically hot and muggy, fall and spring are generally mild, and winter is cold. Precipitation is almost uniformly distributed throughout the year.

The average temperature in January is Early fall and mid-winter are generally driest, with February being the driest month with only 2. Snowfall is variable, with some winters bringing light snow and others bringing numerous significant snowstorms. Rainfall is generally spread throughout the year, with eight to twelve wet days per month, [55] at an average annual rate of As of the census, the city was As of the census of , there were , people and 25, families residing in the city.

The population density was 6, There were 45, housing units at an average density of 2, The racial makeup of the city was There were 42, households in the city, of which The city's average household size is 2. The city's population broken down by age ranges was The median age was 34 years. For every females, there are For every females age 18 and over, there were The unemployment rate for the entire Lehigh Valley area is 9.

For , crime is down in the City of Allentown for the fourth consecutive year. The decline was led by a 31 percent drop in the number of homicides from 13 to 9. Motor vehicle theft fell Burglary was down 6. Reported robberies, rapes and property crimes also fell. There were slight increases in the number of aggravated assaults and arsons.

The number of violent crimes in the city has fallen more than 30 percent since Allentown's economy has historically been manufacturing-based, but with a more recent turn to a more service oriented economy due to general Rust Belt decline in heavy industry since the early s.

Center City area along Hamilton Street between 5th and 10th Streets used to be the primary shopping district in Allentown. During the s and s, several shopping malls were built in and around Allentown. Instead of Allentown downtown being a shopping mecca, the use of it has turned into office buildings and became a center-city campus for county government workers, along with those of PPL.

The first Allentown Fair was held in , and between and it was held at the "Old Allentown Fairgrounds," which was located north of Liberty Street between 5th and 6th streets. Birney Crum Stadium plays host to the Collegiate Marching Band Festival , held annually since , as well as other marching band festivals and competitions.

The city also has a musical heritage of civilian concert bands , and is home to the Allentown Band , the oldest civilian concert band in the United States. Birney Crum Stadium annually plays host to the Drum Corps International Eastern Classic, which brings together the top junior drum and bugle corps in the world for a two-day event.

The city houses a collection of public sculptures, including the DaVinci Horse, located on 5th Street. This sculpture is one of three in the world. The Allentown Art Museum , located on North Fifth Street in Center City , is home to a collection of more than 13, pieces of art, along with an associated library. The Baum School of Art , located in downtown Allentown at 5th and Linden Streets, offers credit and non-credit classes in painting, drawing, ceramics, fashion design, jewelry making and more.

Nineteenth Street Theater has an plus year history of producing theater in the Lehigh Valley. Started by two Morning Call reporters in as "Civic Little Theater", the current day Nineteenth Street Theater relies on a paid professional staff, volunteer board of directors from the community, and volunteers from the region.

Civic Theater stands on three pillars: Civic is a professionally directed, managed and run theater that utilizes community actors in its live theater productions. Civic also operates the Lehigh Valley's only full-time cinema exclusively showing art, independent and foreign films and a theater school that has been served the Valley's youth for more than 50 years.

It was unveiled on October 19, It was replaced by a new statue in Vestiges of Allentown's Pennsylvania German heritage remain present in its cuisine, and foodstuffs such as scrapple , chow-chow , Lebanon bologna , cole slaw and apple butter are often found offered in local diners and the Allentown Farmer's Market. Shoofly pie , birch beer , and funnel cakes are regularly found at local fairs.

Several local churches make and sell fastnachts as a fundraiser for Fastnacht Day , the day before the start of Lent. As the population of the city has increased, many national restaurant and fast food chains have established a presence in the city. More recently, growth of the city's ethnic populations has led to the opening of many family run restaurants specializing in ethnic cuisine.

Due in part to Allentown's proximity to Philadelphia , cheesesteaks are also popular. Yocco's Hot Dogs , a regionally well-known hot dog and cheesesteak establishment with six area locations, was founded in by Theodore Iacocca, uncle of Lee Iacocca. In addition, A-Treat , a regionally-popular brand of carbonated soft drinks , has been based in Allentown since Professional baseball history in Allentown dates back to The Jets were one of the most dominant franchises in the league's history, winning eight playoff championships and twelve division titles.

The city is home to the Parkettes National Gymnastics Training Center , which has been the training ground for numerous Olympians and U. In , CNN aired a documentary on Parkettes, Achieving the Perfect 10 , which depicted it as a hugely demanding and competitive gymnastics training center. The arena is located in downtown Allentown, taking up the entire block between 7th and 8th Streets and Hamilton and Linden Streets.

In a controversial decision, the city invoked eminent domain to help obtain the necessary properties and a contractor was chosen in In January , buildings on the current site began to be demolished to make room for the new arena. The PPL Center also houses the Lehigh Valley Steelhawks , an indoor American football team, who has played in multiple leagues throughout its existence.

Allentown has been home to two professional soccer teams. Much of the city's park system can be attributed to the efforts of industrialist Harry Clay Trexler. Inspired by the City Beautiful movement in the early 20th century, Trexler helped create West Park, a 6. The park, which opened in , features a bandshell , designed by noted Philadelphia architect Horace Trumbauer , which has long been home to the Allentown Band and other community bands.

Trexler was also responsible for the development of the Trexler Trust, which to this day continues to provide private funding for the maintenance and development of Allentown's park system. Allentown operates as a Pennsylvania third-class city with the "strong-mayor" version of the mayor-council form of government since wherein the mayor serves as chief executive and administrative officer for the municipality and City Council serves as the legislative and oversight body providing checks and balances on the system.

Elected " at-large ", the mayor serves a four-year term under the city's home rule charter. The legislative branch, the Allentown City Council, consists of seven council members elected at large for four-year staggered terms. The current president of the City Council is Julio Guridy. Federally, Allentown is part of Pennsylvania's 15th congressional district , represented by Republican Charlie Dent since in The City of Allentown is served by the Allentown School District , which is the fourth largest school district in Pennsylvania, with 18, students based on — enrollment data.

In , the district's enrollment had declined to 16, pupils. Dieruff High School , which serves students from the eastern and northern parts. Both schools play their home football games at J. Allentown School District's four middle schools, for grades 6—8, include: The city is served by 16 elementary schools, for kindergarten through fifth grade, including: Central, Cleveland, Hiram W. The plan includes renovation of all 23 schools in the district. Most of the schools to be renovated will be expanded.

Two additional elementary schools and a fifth middle school are expected to be built. Allentown has two public charter schools: Allentown has two parochial high schools , Allentown Central Catholic High School and Lehigh Valley Christian High School , though both schools draw students from both Allentown and the city's suburbs.

Other Allentown-based parochial schools serving grades K-8 include: The city also has a private Jewish school, the Jewish Day School. Both schools are ranked among the best in eastern Pennsylvania. After graduation, most students continue on to local public high schools, Moravian Academy , or boarding schools throughout the Northeast.

Two four-year colleges are located in Allentown: Cedar Crest College and Muhlenberg College. A satellite campus of Lehigh Carbon Community College LCCC , a comprehensive community college which offers two- and four-year degree programs, continuing education and industry training, is located in Center City Allentown.

Allentown's media includes print, web, radio and television outlets. Allentown has two daily newspapers, The Morning Call and The Express-Times and numerous weekly and monthly print publications. Allentown has the 68th largest radio market in the United States by Arbitron. Allentown is part of the Philadelphia television media market. The major Philadelphia-based network stations serving Allentown include: There are also other network and local television stations.

Four expressways run through the Allentown area, with associated exits to the city: Interstate 78 , which runs from Harrisburg in the west to New York City 's Holland Tunnel in the east; the Northeast Extension of the Pennsylvania Turnpike , which is part of I , runs from Plymouth Meeting outside Philadelphia in the south to Interstate 81 at Clarks Summit in the north; Pennsylvania Route , which runs from Philadelphia in the south to the Wyoming Valley in the north; and U.

Public parking within Allentown is managed by the Allentown Parking Authority. There are nine major inbound roads to Allentown: These include Bieber Transportation Group which offers direct service to Philadelphia , Reading and intermediate points, [] Trans-Bridge Lines which offers direct service to New York City's Port Authority Bus Terminal and intermediate points, [] and Fullington Trailways which offers direct service to Hazleton , Philadelphia and intermediate points.

Allentown currently has no passenger rail service the last service by SEPTA ceased operating in but one of its two main train stations remains standing. Allentown is a regional center for commercial freight rail traffic. Currently, Norfolk Southern's primary hump classification yards are located in Allentown, [] and the city is also served by the R.

The region is also served by Allentown Queen City Municipal Airport , a two-runway facility located in South Allentown used predominantly for private aviation. Water and sewage, prior to , were controlled by the city and are now under the operation of Lehigh County authority as the result of a year lease agreement. Waste, recycling, and yard waste are administered by the city. Allentown is home to several hospitals and health networks, including St.

Formerly, the city was home to the Allentown State Hospital , a psychiatric hospital which closed in The Allentown Fire Department was established in It operates out of six fire stations. Allentown is the birthplace of, or home to, several notable Americans, including: Allentown's reputation as a rugged blue collar city has led to many references to the city in popular culture.

The city is the subject of the popular Billy Joel song, " Allentown ", originally released on The Nylon Curtain album in Joel's song uses Allentown as a metaphor for the resilience of working class Americans in distressed industrial cities during the recession of the early s.

Hiding The Bell , a historical fiction novel by Ruth Nulton Moore, chronicles the events surrounding the hiding of the Liberty Bell in Allentown in From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. This article is about the city in Lehigh County, Pennsylvania. For other uses, see Allentown, Pennsylvania disambiguation.

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