Logstown6: Jesus Never Came

Harmonists Farmed Site Of Indian Village for Much of a Century Historical Trajectory Followed to an End We've seen how Logstown, the Indian village site near Pittsburgh,  was visited by the likes of George Washington, Meriwether Lewis, Charles Dickens,  Chief Guyasuta and even batman's namesake. In this final post on Logstown, we'll see how its most anticipated v...
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Errant Email Apologies

I apologize for cluttering up your email box overnight. I started revamping NowThenPgh.com without taking it offline. I eventually wised up and took it offline. Please delete any email you received from my site before noon today, Saturday, Dec. 8. I put the site back online after that. You likely got an email when I did that. Don't delete that one! Why? Well, it has a...
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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 America was made, and perhaps where it is headed. We start at Logstown, the Indian village set up by the French for fur trading, and head to the Forks of the Ohio, where Fort...
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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 back to when a human first walked into the Meadowcroft Rockshelter 16,000 years ago. Along the way you'll hear stories of a time when Western Pennsylvania may have been ...
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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. Along the way, we'll visit an Indian mound that vanished piece by piece, meet Charles Dickens at the Ohio River and listen to Grandmother tell us why all the animals left L...
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