Many Faces, One City

Western Pennsylvania has long been a region of many cultures and traditions. Through this interactive program featuring portraits of important Western Pennsylvanians, explore some of the groups of people that have lived here, including American Indians, Europeans, and African Americans, and the contributions that they have made to the Pittsburgh area. This virtual program includes the topics of immigration, the Great Migration, innovations from Western Pennsylvania, and industrial Pittsburgh. 

Grades: All grades. Content is adapted for each grade level.
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$75 for a 45-minute program. Free for Title I schools.

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    Many Faces, One CityThe Underground Railroad in Western PennsylvaniaBeyond Adversity: Black History in Western PennsylvaniaInnovation and Invention

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