Westmoreland History Magazine – Winter 2019/20

Westmoreland History Winter 2019-20

Westmoreland History Magazine – Winter 2019/20

Articles in this publication of the Westmoreland Historical Society feature all aspects of Westmoreland County history, from pre-European settlement through the 20th century.  Articles are well researched, but written in a style that is accessible for a broad audience.  Archival photos are included with each article.

The current issue features the following articles:

  • The Historical Founding of the Sisters of Charity of Seton Hill
  • Establishment and Development of the Greensburg Library
  • Stand-off at Hanna’s Town: The Duel for Western Pennsylvania

Departments:

  • First Person: Remembering Miss Edna McFarland
  • Discover Westmoreland:  Henry Coulter House and Skara Glen House
  • In Review: “I Was a Communist for the FBI: Matt Cvetic” by R.E. “Gus” Payne
  • In Brief: New Kensington City Lines

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Articles in this publication feature all aspects of Westmoreland County history, from pre-European settlement through the 20th century.  Articles include documentation and archival photos.  However, writing is accessible for a broad audience.