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McKeesport (Images of America: Pennsylvania)
McKeesport (Images of America: Pennsylvania)
Located at the confluence of the Youghiogheny and Monongahela Rivers, McKeesport was settled by David McKee in 1755. In 1769, McKee acquired land from the Colonial government and one of his sons, John, laid out a village that became known as McKee’s Port because a ferry was operating there. Early industries included coal mining and the building of flatboats, and in 1851, an ironrolling mill was started. Industry continued to boom as steamboats and railroads soon appeared, and in 1872, National Tube was founded and joined by other steel industries and foundries. The growing industries created an abundance of jobs, and immigrants from throughout Europe flocked to the area. McKeesport still maintains a strong ethnic heritage. Through vintage photographs, McKeesport documents the history of this once booming steel town from the development and subsequent loss of its major industry to its recent revitalization.

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Grandview Days: A McKeesport Memoir
Grandview Days: A McKeesport Memoir
Timothy J. Flaherty’s book, Grandview Days: A McKeesport Memoir, started out as a collection of some entertaining, and some poignant memories of a Steel Valley, Pennsylvania childhood, but evolved into a much deeper and broader understanding of the complexity of our humanity, and the civilizing process of growing up. He felt compelled to tell his story because a somewhat dysfunctional upbringing like his continues to be all too common. As a child, he felt chronically unsafe due to the unpredictable, sometimes violent behavior of his father. What would be a tender and forgiving man one day could be a raging, violent tyrant the next. “The scars of childhood are not simply left behind,” says Flaherty. “Fear, hurt, and anger from the past can lead to unhealthy behaviors, anxiety, and depression. There is a tendency to repeat family of origin patterns in adulthood that makes accepting the importance of one’s own childhood so critical.” However, he is convinced that no parent, as with no human being of any station in life, is unidimensional. “People are complicated by their sometimes rough treatment by the world,” he says, “which can affect their functioning as parents and as role models, but if, in the long run, one tries their best, that is nearly always seen and appreciated for what it is, and is enough.” Flaherty remembers his parents, grandparents, brothers, friends, schoolmates, neighbors, teachers, and local shopkeepers all so vividly. “Even the people who challenged or frightened us taught us hard lessons necessary for successful living,” he says. In our modern discussions of values, corporate ethics, and political accountability, he believes we would do well to remind ourselves that it is the crucible of family, neighborhood, and community that very early in our lives forces the fusion of our precious ethical mettle. The author considers that the freedom of access to information, rational thought, and the scientific (empirical) method for the slow discovery of truth are replacing narrow thinking and ontological divides that only serve to separate peoples worldwide. “We need only glance at the day’s headlines to know that guilt, fear, and religious martyrdom are poor motivators of honorable and altruistic behavior,” he says. In Grandview Days, Flaherty also discusses the environmental mayhem he has lived through, such as the despoliation of the western Pennsylvania riverine areas, primarily by the steel industry of the 19th and 20th centuries, and the largest oil spill in history, when the British Petroleum deep-water drilling platform exploded in the Gulf of Mexico. The overall message he conveys is that we are all role models for the next generation of Mother Earth’s guardians. A compelling, amusing, and highly motivating read, this book is sure to appeal to a wide-ranging audience.

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McKeesport (Postcard History)
McKeesport (Postcard History)
McKeesport’s location at the junction of the Youghiogheny and Monongahela Rivers facilitated shipping and transportation for the early coal and steel industries. Multiple large manufacturers were located here, including the National Tube Works, the American Tin Plate Company, Firth Sterling, and the D.L. Clark Candy Company. McKeesport’s downtown supported numerous theaters, banks, stores, schools, churches, and civic organizations. In the first half of the 20th century, the population increased dramatically, and McKeesport was a growing, thriving city.

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McKeesport, Pennsylvania (PA) City Mug
McKeesport, Pennsylvania (PA) City Mug
This is a new ceramic coffee mug imprinted using the latest sublimation technology. This process embeds the image permanently and gives it a smooth surface with a crisp and vivid image. Design is imprinted on a standard 11 oz white mug and it is dishwasher safe. Same design printed on both sides of mug.

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Mens Straight Outta McKeesport T-Shirt 2XL Dark Heather
Mens Straight Outta McKeesport T-Shirt 2XL Dark Heather
Looking for a great shirt to show your pride for McKeesport? This custom Straight Outta McKeesport shirt is for you! Makes a great gift for birthdays, Christmas, holidays, etc!

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Graphics and More Area Code Oval Window Sticker 412 Pennsylvania PA Allison Park - Wilmerding - McKeesport
Graphics and More Area Code Oval Window Sticker 412 Pennsylvania PA Allison Park - Wilmerding - McKeesport
Sticker Size: 7.0"(W) x 4.0"(H). Decorate your window or bumper with this premium quality Graphics and More SLAP-STICKZ(TM) sticker. The sticker is printed with UV and water resistant inks on premium quality bubble-free application vinyl. A glossy laminate film is then added to the top to create the highest quality and most durable sticker possible. Copyright Graphics & More

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Pittsburgh, McKeesport and Youghiogheny Railroad Company
Pittsburgh, McKeesport and Youghiogheny Railroad Company
Stock printed by American Bank Note Company, New York.

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Any and All Graphics McKeesport 8" Arrow Shaped Rustic Antique Vintage City Name Vinyl Decal Sticker
Any and All Graphics McKeesport 8" Arrow Shaped Rustic Antique Vintage City Name Vinyl Decal Sticker
Automotive grade vinyl with direct printed high resolution image

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First United Methodist Church - McKeesport Pa Church LP (1958)
First United Methodist Church - McKeesport Pa Church LP (1958)
Unusual and rare recording dated May 17, 1958. Custom one-sided 12" lp in a library container.

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