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GPS-Triggered Stories Told on Cellphone as You Travel Modern Roads 

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One Weekend in 1884


How Your Wild Ancestors Got in the News

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OMG! Txtng in 1800s PGH!!! ;)


How and Why Electronic Messaging Started  (Stop)

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McKees Rocks Indian Mound6

Indian Skeletons Taken From Mound in 1896 Are Getting Packed to Leave Museum, and Head Back Home It's about to happen. Maybe next year. Maybe the year after. Jay Toth, tribal archaeologist for the Seneca Nation, will sort through bones at the Carnegie Museum of Natural History next week to begin the process of returning them to McKees Rocks. "I can't believe it! I can't believe it," rejoiced Tracey Pedersen as she related the news to community leaders at a special meeting of the McKees Rock Historical Society last week. Nor could many others there. They have seen many mound hopes go unfulfilled over the years. Pedersen, wh...

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Drive PA Indian Paths

Logstown to Forks of the Ohio

Logstown to Forks of the Ohio

Ha tee toe! Join me on a GPS-triggered audio tour as we drive over modern roads that were once Indian trails. We will see Indians and frontier settlers who walked the paths. You will learn how today's Amer...
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Logstown to Meadowcroft

Logstown to Meadowcroft

Ha tee toe! Join me on a GPS-triggered audio tour as we drive over modern roads that were once Indian trails. We start at Logstown, where the fate of tribes in the East was largely decided. We make our way...
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Forks of the Ohio to Logstown

Forks of the Ohio to Logstown

Ha tee toe! Join me on a GPS-triggered audio tour. We start at the Forks of the Ohio, where Forts Pitt and Duquesne were built, and head to Logstown, the Indian village set up by the French for fur trading. Al...
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