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History and Heritage in Pittsburgh, PA

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Considered one of architect Henry Hobson Richardson's greatest works, this magnificent Romanesque-style structure o... 10best.com

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Allegheny Cemetery

Pittsburgh, PA

After its incorporation in 1844, 100 acres were purchased and the first interment took place in 1845. Today, Alleg... visitpa.com

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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... visitpa.com

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Point State Park

Pittsburgh, PA

Nicknamed the "Forks of the Ohio," the park is not only the site of a confluence of major rivers, but was... americanheritage.com

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Old Allegheny Shoppe

Pittsburgh, PA

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

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United Steelworkers

Pittsburgh, PA

United Steelworkers of America, headquartered in Pittsburgh, is a union of employees from various industries that work togeth...

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Sisters Of Mercy

Pittsburgh, PA

Frances Warde and six companions from Carlow, Ireland, opened the first Mercy convent in the United States here. Foun... hmdb.org

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Historic Landmark William Penn Snyder House George Orth, Architect 1911 hmdb.org

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Historic Landmark St. Peter's Evangelical & Reformed Church Built 1889 hmdb.org

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Louis & Michael Beezer Brothers, architects John T. Comes, designer 1903 hmdb.org

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The Highwood

Pittsburgh, PA

Historic Landmark The Highwood 1929-1930 R. Garey Dickson, Architect hmdb.org

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In July, unrest hit United States rail lines. Pennsylvania Railroad workers struck to resist wage and job cuts. Here,... hmdb.org

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On July 21st 1877, the Philadelphia militia fired into a vocal crowd of striking Pennsylvania trainmen and sympathize... hmdb.org

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On the hill just west of here, the first known astronomical observatory with an aluminum dome was erected in 1930. De... hmdb.org

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Site of Bear Tavern

Pittsburgh, PA

Historic Landmark Site of Bear Tavern 1827 Oyster House c.1871-1971 hmdb.org

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Historic Landmark St. Joseph's Roman Catholic Church Bloomfield Built 1886-87 hmdb.org

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On July 20th, 1877, striking railroad workers in Pittsburgh successfully stopped trains from leaving the freight yard... hmdb.org

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Shannopin Town

Pittsburgh, PA

Name of a Delaware Indian village that covered this site from about 1731 to the French occupation, 1754. It was the A... hmdb.org

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Clinton Furnace

Pittsburgh, PA

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

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This tablet commemorates the first visit of Abraham Lincoln who arrived at this point on February 14, 1861 remaining ... hmdb.org

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