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History and Heritage in Clairton, PA

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The Rostraver Township Historical Society is dedicated to the preservation of history, artifacts, historic buil... museumsusa.org

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George Westinghouse

East Pittsburgh, PA

Inventor of air brake and some 400 other devices. Developed AC transmission of electric current. Spent creative years... hmdb.org

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The museum consists of six rooms with numerous displays of local memorabilia, including old photographs. ... americanheritage.com

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The Homestead Grays

Allegheny, PA

Legendary baseball team that dominated the Negro Baseball Leagues during the first half of the 20th century. Founded ... hmdb.org

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Queen Aliquippa

Mckeesport, PA

An influential leader of the Seneca Nation in this area and ally of the British during the time of the French & India... hmdb.org

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Noted biochemist, born in Monessen. Recipient, Nobel Prize in Chemistry, 1972, for his pioneering study into the stru... hmdb.org

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Monongahela

Monongahela, PA

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

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

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Arthur J. Rooney

Coulters, PA

Prominent Western Pennsylvania civic and sports leader and owner of the Pittsburgh Steelers, 1933-1988. With his guid... hmdb.org

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

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

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One of the nation's earliest and most successful river navigation systems, its series of locks and dams, begun in 183... hmdb.org

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Whiskey Point

Monongahela, PA

The bluff at Main Street and Park Avenue was the site on August 14, 1794, of a meeting of 226 whiskey rebels. Albert ... hmdb.org

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Frances Perkins

Homestead, PA

United States Secretary of Labor, 1933-1945. Visited Homestead July 1933 to discuss New Deal policy. Local authoritie... hmdb.org

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George Adam Weddell

Sutersville, PA

This pioneer settler of Rostraver Township, Westmoreland County, arrived in Philadelphia from Rotterdam aboard the sh... hmdb.org

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Homestead Strike

Pittsburgh, PA

On the morning of July 6, 1892, on orders of the Carnegie Steel Company, 300 Pinkerton agents attempted to land near ... hmdb.org

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In the largest work stoppage to that date, over 350,000 U.S. workers went off the job. Reverend Adalbert Kazincy, pas... hmdb.org

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John M. Phillips

Pittsburgh, PA

Creator of the state game land system. Known as the Pennsylvania System, it was a model throughout the nation. Philli... hmdb.org

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Immigrants from Italy, Central Europe and other regions settled in Monongahela, Pennsylvania. Through hard work, comm... hmdb.org

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Before the success of his electric company, George Westinghouse developed the air brake for railroads. It was an inno... hmdb.org

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