Hop Into History: Nellie Bly’s Journey Around the World
Commemorate the 130th anniversary of the beginning of Pittsburgher Nellie Bly’s record-setting solo trip around the world by making foods she might have tried along the way.
Workers on Arrival: Black Labor in the Making of America
Join the Heinz History Center and Joe William Trotter, Jr. as he speaks on his newest book, “Workers on Arrival: Black Labor in the Making of America.”
The Battle of Point Pleasant to the Treaty of Camp Charlotte
Join the Fort Pitt Museum to commemorate the 245th Anniversary of the Battle of Point Pleasant and the end of Lord Dunmore’s War with guest speaker Dr. Glenn Williams.
Discovering Hidden History: Introduction to Archives for Educators
In this program, archivists and museum educators will spark passion for primary sources by covering the basics of archival research.
Powerful Pittsburgh Women: Celebrating the 19th Amendment Centennial
In this program, educators will learn about influential Pittsburgh women and opportunities to celebrate them as part of teaching social studies, civics, and other disciplines.
Open-Late Vietnam Film Series
Join the History Center for its first-ever Open-Late Film Series in conjunction with the new exhibition, The Vietnam War: 1945-1975, and examine how Hollywood portrayed the Vietnam War.
Vietnam War Speaker Series
Join experts in academia, journalism, public history, and literature for a series of talks offering a multi-perspective examination of the Vietnam War’s place in American history.