History & Heritage in Pittsburgh & Its Countryside PA

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  • Locust St. Braddock, PA 15104
    412-271-6375
    The Hebron Lutheran Church started the Braddock Cemetery in East Pittsburgh about 140 years ago. Locals recognize the cemetery by the name Russell Cemetery and there are members of the Russell...
  • 419 Library St. Braddock, PA 15104-1609
    412-351-5357
    Visit America's oldest Carnegie Library and view French and Indian War items and artifacts from the Battle of the Monongahela. Visit Braddock's Field and the French and Indian War Museum and...
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  • 123 W. Diamond St. Butler, PA 16001-5748
    724-283-8116
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  • 718 Hazelwood Ave. Pittsburgh, PA 15217-2807
    412-421-9959
    Calvary Cemetery is the final resting place of several prominent Pittsburghers including former mayors Bob O'Connor, Richard Caliguiri, and David Lawrence, several baseball players, and Harry...
  • 1158 Morgan Road Bridgeville, PA 15017
    Prior to the development of the National Cemetery, the site was continually farmed since the 1800s, and the region was the flash point of the historic Whisky Rebellion of 1794.
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  • 638 Fallowfield Ave. Charleroi, PA 15022
    724-483-2030
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  • Route 580, downtown Cherry Tree Cherry Tree, PA 15724
    814-948-7504
    Erected in 1894, this monument marks the site of a cherry tree that was an important landmark for travelers in the 1770s. The tree was also a boundary marker in treaties between the Iroquois and...
  • 414 Grant St Pittsburgh, PA 15219-2409
    412-255-2330
    The City-County Building is the seat of the government of the City of Pittsburgh, and also houses a number of Allegheny County offices and courts.
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  • 39 N 7th St, Suite 101 Indiana, PA 15701
    724-463-6110
    19th century facades house modern shops and restaurants. Shop for antiques, gifts, and unique finds. Have lunch or dinner. Downtown Indiana, Inc. exists to develop and promote the area. Call ahead...
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  • 49 E. Maiden St. Washington, PA 15301
    724-225-6740
    Take a secret journey into Pennsylvania's first National Historic Landmark of the Underground Railroad. Tour the stately home of Dr. Francis Julius LeMoyne where runaway slaves could find refuge as...
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