History & Heritage in Pittsburgh & Its Countryside PA

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  • 5000 Forbes Ave Pittsburgh, PA 15213-3815
    412-268-2434
    The Hunt Institute for Botanical Research is a division of Carnegie Mellon University. The specialty is the history of botany as well as plant sciences in general. The institute organizes exhibits...
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  • Various Locations Indiana, PA 15701
    724-463-9600
    The Indiana County Underground Railroad Project seeks to discover and document the history of the Underground Railroad in Indiana County. The project offers special events throughout the year.
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  • 1011 South Dr. Indiana, PA 15705-0001
    724-357-2455
    The Black Cultural Center seeks to promote cultural awareness and understanding through lectures, concerts, and theater.
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  • 5941 Penn Ave. Pittsburgh, PA 15206-3819
    412-363-3000
    Named after Gene Kelly and Billy Strayhorn, whose origins were in Pittsburgh's East Liberty neighborhood, the Kelly-Strayhorn Theater hosts a variety of artistic, cultural, and educational...
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  • Roberto Clemente Park Pittsburgh, PA 15212
    412-281-7711
    Semi-circle of granite columns with adjoining Flag Plaza and Veterans Wall. Displays 1,400 granite plaques honoring Korean War veterans.
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  • 230 S. Bouquet St. Pittsburgh, PA 15260
    412-624-7298
    Kuntu has produced more than 180 plays by playwrights such as Gregory Allen, James Baldwin, Kathleen Collins, Lorraine Hansberry, and Rob Penny. Many of these productions explore black culture from...
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  • 49 E. Maiden St. Washington, PA 15301
    Built in 1812 by John Julius LeMoyne, the father of Francis Julius LeMoyne, both with strong ties to the abolitionist movement and a renowned stop on the Underground Railroad.
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  • 200 Forest Ave. Washington, PA 15301
    724-228-0260
    Opened in 1956 & re-established in 2008, we are dedicated to the enrichment of self, family, & community. We enhance lives through education, sports, & recreation. See our website for...
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  • Duss Ave. at Anthony Wayne Dr. Ambridge, PA 15003
    Logstown (1725-27 - 1758) was the most important Woodland Native American village and trading post and was located 17 1/2 miles and 57 perches south of Fort Pitt on the north (right) bank of the...
  • Bordered by Faulsey, Chateau, Franklin, and Bidwell Streets Pittsburgh, PA 15233
    412-321-7707
    The Manchester Historic District is a charming mix of Victorian homes and modern urban buildings. Enjoy a stroll along these enchanting and eclectic streets.
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