Tony Dorsett Anthony Tony Drew Dorsett (born April 7 1954) is a former American football running back in the National Football League for the Dallas Cowboys and Denver Broncos. After graduating from Hopewell High School Dorsett attended the University of Pittsburgh where he won the Heisman Trophy. He was a first round draft choice of the Cowboys in 1977 became NFL Offensive Rookie of the Year and played for the team through 1987. He played for Denver the following year before he was forced…
One Night in Pittsburgh’s Cultural District - For an invigorating night of total entertainment, Pittsburgh is the place to visit. Spending an evening in the Cultural District, located in the downtown area between Stanwix Street and the world-renowned Convention Center, there is sure to be an activity to whet anyone’s entertainment appetite.
The New Wilmington Mission Conference is a week-long, multi-generational, Presbyterian Church (USA)-related, mission conference held on the campus of Westminster College in western PA (one hour north of Pittsburgh).
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Maryland Colosseum basketball jersey🏀 This college basketball jersey has been hanging around for quite a few years, this was Grahams number jersey who scored the the single game mark of 44 points during a North Carolina game. The record still stands 🏀 I just figured I'd give a little history for anyone who isn't a basketball fan! I'm from Pittsburgh so this jersey has to go!! Of course it has some snags shown in the picture! Priced low for that reason and because I'm a Pittsburgh girl…
Susan Paul Smith Vashon (September 19, 1838 - November 27, 1912) was born into a Boston abolitionist family and married George B. Vashon when they were both on the faculty of Avery College in Pittsburgh, where they raised money for wounded black soldiers during the Civil War. She later taught in Washington DC, becoming principal of Thaddeus Stevens School. After being widowed she moved to St. Louis where she was helped organize the Missouri Ass'n of Colored Women's Clubs.
Pitt Pittsburgh football college jersey limited #34 from PITT jersey in good condition at least 9/10 Adidas Shirts Tees - Short Sleeve