Remembering Pittsburgh: An Eyewitness History of the Steel City (2019)

Remembering Pittsburgh An Eyewitness History of the Steel City The doomed Whiskey Rebellion the Great Fire that destroyed a third of the city in and Lincoln s speech urging residents to shun talk of secession all have made the pages of the Pittsburgh Post G
  • Title: Remembering Pittsburgh: An Eyewitness History of the Steel City
  • Author: Len Barcousky
  • ISBN: 9781540204943
  • Page: 426
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Remembering Pittsburgh: An Eyewitness History of the Steel City
    The doomed Whiskey Rebellion, the Great Fire that destroyed a third of the city in 1845 and Lincoln s speech urging residents to shun talk of secession all have made the pages of the Pittsburgh Post Gazette and its predecessors Since 1786, the paper has covered local events, and reporter Len Barcousky is a part of this long tradition This collection of his Eyewitness The doomed Whiskey Rebellion, the Great Fire that destroyed a third of the city in 1845 and Lincoln s speech urging residents to shun talk of secession all have made the pages of the Pittsburgh Post Gazette and its predecessors Since 1786, the paper has covered local events, and reporter Len Barcousky is a part of this long tradition This collection of his Eyewitness columns draws on next day stories to tell the history of the city, from President Coolidge s almost silent visit in 1927 to a report on the first woman hanged in Allegheny County Join Barcousky as he vividly recounts the compelling history of the Steel City.
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