Oakland: History: Notes
"Land Here for Sale at $1.21 an Acre,"
Oakland News, 27 August 1964.
"Old Chadwick's Farm," Pittsburgh New
Sun, 13 March 1974, 1.
Health and Welfare Planning Association,
"North Oakland," 1984
Community Profiles: A Descriptive Picture of Communities in Allegheny
County: Pittsburgh Neighborhoods, (n.p., 1984), [unpaged].
"Shall Oakland Be the City's
Trade Center? Remarkable Expansion of Business and Building of
Carnegie Technical School, with Additions to the Institute, Provoke
Prophecies of a Metamorphosis within the Next Decade--Views of Business
Men There," The Pittsburg Leader, 23 October 1904, [no
Pittsburgh Neighborhood Alliance, Pittsburgh
Neighborhood Atlas: Oakland ([Pittsburgh]: Pittsburgh
Neighborhood Alliance, 1977), 2.
Prophecies, [no page].
Ken Eskey, "CMU...The Name Is Changed, A University
Is Created," Pittsburgh Press, 2 July 1967, 13.
Solon J. Buck and Elizabeth Hawthorn Buck, The
Planting of Civilization in Western Pennsylvania, (Pittsburgh:
University of Pittsburgh Press, 1967), 394,398.
Edwin Beachler, "Here's How Oakland's Face Is
Changing: Pitt Now Has Springboard to Goal of Great
University," Pittsburgh Press, 14 December 1958, 2.
Mark Collins, "Leaves of Grass: Pitt's Impact on the
Community May Be As Pervasive, and As Subtle, As the Blades of Grass on
the Cathedral Lawn," Pitt
Magazine (September 1994), 24.
Gary Rotstein, "Pitt, Oakland Spell Out Feelings:
Residents, University to Draw Up Agreement Detailing
Development," Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, 26 July 1993, B5.
Bruce Dobler, "Hollow Dreams: Utilizing Oakland's
Last Piece of Undeveloped Real Estate Has Been a Dream for More Than
Twenty-Five Years," Pittsburgh (October 1988), 48.
Annette Bassett, "Oakland Nights...Campus Police
Discuss New Approaches for Weekend Crowds," New Pittsburgh
Courier, 9 December 1989, A4.
James P. DeAngelis, "Oakland Is Our Land, Oakland Is
Your Land," Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, 16 May 1993, AA1.
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