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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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Organized in 1908, this local was one of the first African American musicians unions in Pennsylvania. Pittsburgh was ... hmdb.org

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Anthony Sadowski

Pittsburgh, PA

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

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Fort Lafayette

Pittsburgh, PA

Stood on this site. It was completed in 1792. Built to protect Pittsburgh against Indian attacks and to serve as a ch... hmdb.org

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Martin R. Delany

Pittsburgh, PA

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

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Frank E. Bolden

Pittsburgh, PA

Distinguished journalist, one of the first two African American accredited correspondents during World War II. He cov... hmdb.org

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McKees Rocks Mound

Pittsburgh, PA

Largest Native American burial mound in Western Pennsylvania (16 feet high & 85 feet wide). It was hand-built by the ... hmdb.org

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Founded 1808 and known as the African Church. Chartered in 1818. Located nearby in early years, church was site of ar... hmdb.org

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Joshua (Josh) Gibson

Pittsburgh, PA

Hailed as Negro leagues' greatest slugger, he hit some 800 home runs in a baseball career that began here at Ammons F... hmdb.org

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Avery College

Pittsburgh, PA

To the south, at Nash and Avery Streets, stood Avery College. Founded in 1849 by Charles Avery (1784-1858), Methodist... hmdb.org

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Was present at the defeat of Braddock in 1755 and took part in all the subsequent wars until the Treaty of Greenville... hmdb.org

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Martha Graham

Pittsburgh, PA

Born near here, dancer, choreographer, and teacher Martha Graham created a modern and unique movement style. In 1927,... hmdb.org

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Robert Lee Vann

Pittsburgh, PA

Publisher and editor of the Pittsburgh Courier, 1910-1940. He built it into a preeminent Black weekly, a strong voice... hmdb.org

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The Hill House began in 1964 through a merger of three long-standing Hill District agencies. The Hill House Associ... visitpa.com

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The Center is a partnership between the Pennsylvania Department of Education and the University of Pittsburgh. Its... visitpa.com

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Billy Eckstine

Pittsburgh, PA

African American jazz balladeer and bandleader whose innovative style and sponsorship of new talent helped revolution... hmdb.org

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Crawford Grill

Pittsburgh, PA

A center of Black social life where musicians such as Art Blakey, Mary Lou Williams, John Coltrane drew a racially mi... hmdb.org

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Forbes Road, 1758

Pittsburgh, PA

This tablet marks the site of a giant oak which stood on the northerly side of the road built in 1758 by Brigadier-Ge... hmdb.org

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Mary Lou Williams

Pittsburgh, PA

Famed jazz composer and pianist. A child prodigy, she grew up in this city; went to Lincoln School here, 1919-1923. P... hmdb.org

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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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