Pittsburgh: The Story of a City

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Washington Ark, 249
Washington County, erected, 100
in Whiskey Insurrection, 119, 120
Washington Hotel, 249
Washington Road, 245
Washington Street, 103
Water Lane, 283
Water Street, 276
Water systems, 156, 206, 207, 323, 350
Quarry Hill reservoirs, 207
Ross pumping station, 244
Brilliant pumping station, 350
Watson, Andrew, tavern-keeper, 109, 110, 120, 126
Watson's Road, 194, 234
Waxwork exhibits, 168
Wayne, Anthony, 108
Wayne Street, 103
Weber, Rev. Johann W., 110
Weiser, Conrad, 3
Welch, George, 111
Wemyss, Francis C., 264, 265
West Augusta District, 100 court, 84
West End, 245
West Pittsburgh, 245
Western Avenue, 283
Western Electric Repertory and Analytical Review, 261
"Western Experiment," vessel, 130
Western Gleaner, 162
Western Iron Association, 222
Western Missionary Society, 159
Western Penitentiary, 242
Western Pennsylvania, described, 1-12 population in 1775, 72
Western Pennsylvania Hospital, 212, 323
Western Theological Seminary, 242 "Western Trader," vessel, 131
Western University of Pennsylvania. See Pittsburgh, University of Western World, 262
Westinghouse, George, 344, 349
Westinghouse Electric and Manufactur­ ing Company, 342, 344
Westinghouse Machine Company, 344
Westmoreland County, erected, 79 in Pennsylvania-Virginia controversy, 80, 81, 100
Wharton, Oliveretta, 246
Wheeling, commercial rivalry, 140, 184
Whig party, 289-294, 308
Whiskey Insurrection, 113, 117-128 effects, 145, 172, 173
White, David, N., 286, 307, 309
White, William H., 352
White Eyes, Delaware chief, 92, 94
Wilkins, John, Jr., 121, 151, 176
Wiikins, John, Sr., 104
Wilkins, William, 151, 152, 169, 180, 235290, 293, 303, 315
Wilkinsburg, 235, 348
Wilkinson, James, 131, 168
William Street, 245
Williams, Harry, 266
Williams, Thomas, 199, 200, 312
Willing, James, 99
Wilson, Erasmus, 351
Wilson, Col. George, 79, 86, 90
Wilson, Mayor George, 315
Wilson, Thomas, 151
Winebiddle, Conrad, 162
Wirt, William, 291
Women's Club of Pittsburgh, 262
Wood Street, 103
Woods, George, survey of Pittsburgh, 103
Woods, James, 228
Woods, John, 112, 127 political activities, 173, 174, 183
Woodwell, J. W., 257
Wooley, Abraham, R., 153
Working hours, mid nineteenth century, 223, 226
Wrenshall, John, 158
Wylie Avenue district, 236, 237
Wyandot Indians, 8, 67
Yard, Josephine, 246
Yeates, Jasper, 124
Yellow Tavern, 283
Yohogania County, 100
Young, Samuel, 263
Young Men's Christian Association, 260
Young Men's Society, 260
Young Men's Whig Association, 292
Youngson, George, 287, 288
Zimmer, John, 330
Zitterbart, Fidelis, 355, 365
Zug, Christopher, 235, 238

Errata
Page 18, line 14, for Céloron de Bienville, read Céloron de Blainville
Page 262, line 17, for Saturday Evening Visiter, read Saturday Visiter
Page 287, line 16, for Saturday Evening Visiter, read Saturday Visiter
Page 303, line 19, for Pittsburg Saturday Visiter, read Pittsburgh Saturday Visiter

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