The Story of a City, 1780-1865

A good piece of Americana. It is the kind of book a historian will like, and the ordinary reader will find it solid hard-hitting history.
Sewickley Herald, PA

The standard history of Pittsburgh tells the city’s story from its violent days as an eighteenth-century outpost of empire to the onset of its great age of industrial expansion.

360 Pages, 5.5 x 8 in.

June, 1970

isbn : 9780822952169

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Leland D. Baldwin

Leland D. Baldwin was assistant director of the Western Pennsylvania Historical Survey and professor of history at the University of Pittsburgh.

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