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Multicultural in Pittsburgh, PA

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Jazz composer and arranger. Collaborator with Duke Ellington. Billy Strayhorn's "Take the A Train" became the Ellingt...


Daisy E. Lampkin

Allegheny, PA

Outstanding as an NAACP organizer, Mrs. Lampkin was its National Field Secretary, 1935-47. President, Lucy Stone Civi...


The Homestead Grays

Allegheny, PA

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


Greenlee Field

Allegheny, PA

Located here from 1932 to 1938, this was the first African American owned stadium in the Negro Leagues. Home of Gus G...


Art Blakey

Allegheny, PA

A founder of the hard-bop school of jazz, drummer Blakey grew up here, and got his start with Billy Eckstine's band. ...


Shannopin Town

Allegheny, PA

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


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


Anthony Sadowski

Allegheny, PA

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


Martin R. Delany

Allegheny, PA

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


Fort Lafayette

Allegheny, PA

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


Frank E. Bolden

Allegheny, PA

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


Depreciation Lands Survey of 1785 North/South Dividing Line Daniel Leet & Nathaniel Breading


McKees Rocks Mound

Allegheny, PA

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


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


Avery College

Allegheny, PA

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


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


Kuskusky Path

Allegheny, PA

Hunters, traders, warriors, militia, war captives, and diplomats all used this early Native American path, which pass...


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


Martha Graham

Allegheny, PA

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


Robert Lee Vann

Allegheny, PA

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

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