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Until 1969, Quakertown generated its own electrical power.The population of Quakertown in 1900 was 3,014; it rose to 3,801 in 1910. At the 2010 census, the borough's population was 8,979.
The Liberty Bell was stored overnight behind the home of Evan Foulke (1237 West Broad Street), and the entourage stayed at the Red Lion Inn.
The John Fries' Rebellion was also started in the Red Lion Inn in 1799. The North Pennsylvania Railroad caused a great increase in population, and by 1880, the population of Quakertown had almost reached 1,800.
The borough is 16 miles (26 km) south of Bethlehem and 29 miles (47 km) north of Philadelphia, making Quakertown a border town of both the Delaware Valley and Lehigh Valley metropolitan areas.
Quakertown is considered part of the Allentown−Bethlehem urbanized area and the Philadelphia−Camden−Wilmington (PA−NJ−DE-MD) MSA.
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