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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...
  • Downtown Saltsburg, PA 15681
    Historic Saltsburg was once a major center for the salt industry. Today visitors can enjoy the many canal-era houses, industrial buildings, churches, and more!
  • 638 Fallowfield Ave. Charleroi, PA 15022
  • 5000 Forbes Ave Pittsburgh, PA 15213-3815
    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...
  • 7131 Hamilton Ave. Pittsburgh, PA 15208-1828
    The Afro-American Music Institute preserves the heritage of African-American music through a variety of events and performances. The institute also offers instruction in jazz, gospel, and other areas.
  • 400 Ross St. Pittsburgh, PA 15219-2102
    The most lasting and well-known symbol of Allegheny County is the Allegheny County Courthouse and Jail complex, designed in 1883 by Boston architect Henry Hobson Richardson, and built between 1884...
  • 159 Riverview Ave Pittsburgh, PA 15214-2252
    Although it's an important research tool for the University of Pittsburgh, the Allegheny Observatory is available for public tours by appointment between April and October. An open house is held...
  • 623 E. 8th Ave Homestead, PA 15120
    Built in 1892 as a hotel for the rapidly growing worker's ward of Homestead, the Bost Building was at the center of American labor history's most dramatic episodes - the Homestead Lockout and...
  • Pike St. Canonsburg, PA 15317
    Statue honors this famous son of Canonsburg who had 147 hit singles in a career that spanned over 50 years.
  • 613 Marion Ave. Springdale, PA 15144-1242
    Birthplace and childhood home of biologist, ecologist and "Silent Spring" author. The Rachel Carson Homestead Association was formed in 1975 to preserve and restore this National Register historic...
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