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Arts and Culture in South Park, PA

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Duquesne Incline

Pittsburgh, PA

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Safe, reliable, rapid public transportation via funicular railway since 1877. Our Observation Deck overlooks the b...


Old Allegheny Shoppe

Pittsburgh, PA

Operational since 1975, Old Allegheny Shoppe is recognized as one of the largest traditional and country furniture stores in ...


The Pittsburgh History & Landmarks Foundation seeks to preserve historic landmarks and neighborhoods in the Pittsb...


Baptist Manor

Pittsburgh, PA

Trundle Manor looks, from the outside, like any other house in the neighborhood of Swissvale near Pittsburgh ...



Monongahela, PA

Oldest settlement in the valley and transportation center since the days of Devore's Ferry, chartered 1775. Laid out ...


Clinton Furnace

Pittsburgh, PA

Pittsburgh’s first successful blast furnace for making pig iron. Operations began near here, 1859, using Connellsvill...


Plant here began in 1886. Acquired by Andrew Carnegie in 1890, then by United States Steel in 1901. Workers here impl...


On this site A mass meeting was held December 27th, 1860 to protest against removing war munitions from the Allegheny...


John Scull

Pittsburgh, PA

Pioneering editor and publisher who issued first edition of Pittsburgh Gazette, 1786. First newspaper west of Alleghe...


Polish Army

Pittsburgh, PA

At hall on this site on April 3, 1917, a speech by I. J. Paderewski to delegates at convention of the Polish Falcons ...


Bessemer Converter

Pittsburgh, PA

This 10-ton Bessemer Converter was originally installed at the A. M. Byers Company, Ambridge, Pennsylvania. It was bu...


Anthony Sadowski

Pittsburgh, PA

Prominent Indian trader and interpreter, employed by the provincial governor of Pennsylvania as an Indian agent in th...


Mercy Hospital

Pittsburgh, PA

Founded in 1847 by the Sisters of Mercy as Pittsburgh's first hospital. Medical internships began in 1848, and the nu...


Honus Wagner

Carnegie, PA

The "Flying Dutchman" was hailed as baseball's greatest shortstop and one of its finest all-around players. A lifelon...



West Elizabeth, PA

Here were the boatyards of John and Samuel Walker, a major center for building boats for western waters. A ship launc...


The Horseshoe Baptist Church was built first in 1790 on land formerly owned by Abraham Frye. In 1810 a brick church r...


The first steam boat built west of the Alleghenies, the "New Orleans" was launched October 15, 1811, near this site a...


In these two adjoining cemeteries are buried six of the seven Carnegie Steel Company workers killed during the Battle...


Martin R. Delany

Pittsburgh, PA

A promoter of African-American nationalism, Delany published a Black newspaper, The Mystery, at an office near here. ...

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