CD: History of Allegheny County, Pennsylvania - A. Warner and Co. . This CD-Rom takes a fascinating look back to the early settlement and evolution of Allegheny County, Pennsylvania, to the year of 1889. The history gives the reader a feel for Western Pennsylvania during the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries. Towns, villages, and cities such as Pittsburgh and McKeesport are described. Society, economy, and important events are detailed with portraits, genealogies, and biographies of some of its prominent men and representative citizens. The first volume contains elements of the settlement, pioneer life, boundary disputes, politics, churches, cemeteries, French and Indian War, Revolutionary War, War of 1812, and Mexican War. The following townships and boroughs comprise most of the second volume: Moon, Findlay, Crescent, North and South Fayette, Collier, Robinson, Stowe, Neville, Upper and Lower St. Clair, Snowden, Bethel, Baldwin, Union, Scott, Mifflin, Jefferson, Elizabeth, Lincoln, Versailles (North and South), Wilkins, Sterrett, Braddock, Plum, Patton, Penn, West and East Deer, Richland, Hampton, Indiana, O'Hara, Harmar, Springdale, Pine, McCandless, Ross, Shaler, Ohio, Kilbuck, Aleppo, Franklin, Marshall, Sewickley, and Leet.
(1889), 2005, CD, Graphic Images, Adobe Acrobat, v6, PC and Mac.
101-CD3494 ISBN: 0788434942