Western Pennsylvania History is an important regional journal with extensively illustrated articles that cover numerous subjects including history, archaeology, cultural interests, sports, literature, architecture, railroading, folk art, and much more. It is published by the Senator John Heinz History Center, and has been a source of information and scholarship since 1918. The journal was originally published as Western Pennsylvania Historical Magazine, and in the 1990s as Pittsburgh History.
This electronic edition is available through the collaboration of the publisher and the Penn State University Libraries. One year of prior issues will be added to this electronic archive each year.
Issues not yet available electronically can be ordered in paper copy directly from the Heinz History Center.
For more information about the Magazine or to submit your work to the journal, visit its description on the Heinz History Center's website.
Heinz History Center
Alexis Macklin, Director of Library and Archives
Brian Butko, Director of Publications
Penn State University Libraries
Linda Friend, Head, Scholarly Publishing Services
Eric Novotny, Humanities Librarian and Acting Head, Arts & Humanities Library
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