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Pittsburgh: Collected Research Guides: Welcome!


Welcome to this collective research guide on the subject of Pittsburgh. Click an image to visit a particular guide. If you are on a phone, turn your phone sideways for better viewing. If you find this guide helpful, but are looking for more information, scroll to the bottom for links to other related collective guides. At the bottom, you will also learn how to get help with your research.

African American History: Pittsburgh

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August Wilson

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The Byzantine Catholic Warhol

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Historic Duquesne Duke

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Maxo Vanka and the Millvale Murals

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Michael Musmanno: Nuremberg Judge

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Mister Roger's Neighborhood

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Pittsburgh & Western Pennsylvania History Resources

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Pittsburgh Artists

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Pittsburgh Environmental History

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Pittsburgh Guide for DU Students

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Pittsburgh Poets

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Pittsburgh Writers

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Roman Catholicism in Western Pennsylvania

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Teenie Harris, Photographer

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Credits & Help

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This guide was created by Alivia Austin, English Department Intern, and Ted Bergfelt, Humanities Librarian, September 2023