There were Quakers at Pittsburg, but they did not seem so pronounced as here.
Dickens, in 1841, traveled in steamboats from Pittsburg to St. Louis.
Met a good many young men returning from Corinth and Pittsburg Landing.
Boston, Charleston, Baltimore, Pittsburg in turn were devastated.
He went himself to Pittsburg, where he procured small cannon and muskets to assist in the defence.
We went to Pittsburg, Kansas, and lived from 1907 to 1913 when we come to Tulsa.
We kept together until we got to hospital at Pittsburg, Pa., and remained together till he went back to the Regiment.
There was a rap on his stateroom door and a voice called: "All out for Pittsburg."
Mr. Hornblow has novelized the brain-stormy Pittsburg millionaire and a few other matters that make racy reading.
I've just had a letter from Sid Lambert, that new fellow from Pittsburg.