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The Point: Notes

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  1. "Ex-Gov. Lawrence Dies after 17-Day Battle in Hospital: No. 1 State Democrat Collapsed Attending Pre-Election Rally," Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, 22 November 1966, 7.
  2. Ibid., 1.
  3. Ibid.
  4. George Washington, The Journal of Major George Washington, sent by the Hon. Robert Dinwiddie to the Commandant of the French Forces in Ohio. (New York: Reprinted for Joseph Sabin, 1865), 9-12.
  5. "Old Fort Pitt," Pittsburgh Sun-Telegraph, 1 April 1954.
  6. Kathryn Roberts, "Chip Off the Ol' Blockhouse," Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, 11 November 1976.
  7. "Indians Gaze on Lands Wrested from Forebears," Pittsburgh Post, 23 August 1913.
  8. R. Samuel Ohler, PittsburGraphics: Graphic Studies in Paragraphs and Pictures Pertaining to Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. (Pittsburgh: S. R. Ohler, 1983.) 130.
  9. Ibid.
  10. George Swetnam, "The Unnamed River," Pittsburgh Press, 22 August 1965, 10(Sunday Magazine).
  11. S. Trevor Hadley, "Deep Waters Run Still: An In-depth Look at Pittsburgh's Mysterious Fourth River," Pittsburgh (March 1989), 34.
  12. Ibid., 36.
  13. Dumas Malone, ed. Dictionary of American Biography (New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1964), s. v. "Washington, George," by John C. Fitzpatrick.
  14. Ibid.
  15. Encyclopedia Americana (Danbury, Connecticut: Grolier Incorporated, 1990), s. v. "Washington, George," by Curtis P. Nettels.
  16. Richard C. Harris, "Johnny Appleseed Source Book," Old Fort News (March-June 1945), 5.
  17. Ibid.
  18. Ibid.
  19. E. John Lang, "Johnny Appleseed in Pittsburgh," Western Pennsylvania Historical Magazine (October 1930), 256.
  20. Harris, 5.
  21. Ophia D. Smith, "The Story of Johnny Appleseed," in Johnny Appleseed: A Voice in the Wilderness: The Story of the Pioneer John Chapman: Centennial Tribute, ed. Leslie Marshall, (Paterson, New Jersey: The Swedenborg Press, 1945), 47-48.
  22. Robert Price, "Johnny Appleseed in American Folklore and Literature," in Johnny Appleseed: A Voice in the Wilderness: The Story of the Pioneer John Chapman: Centennial Tribute, ed. Leslie Marshall, (Paterson, New Jersey: The Swedenborg Press, 1945), 13.
  23. George Swetnam, "The Truth about Johnny Appleseed: For Many Years Legend Has Usually Been Substituted for Real Facts; At Last an Ohio Scholar Has Tracked Down the Genuine Hero," Pittsburgh Press, 6 November 1955, 5(Sunday Magazine).
  24. "Johnny Appleseed--Legend in His Own Time," Carnegie Magazine (January 1967), 23.
  25. "Pittsburgh's Newest Park at Bridges' Intersection: Spot is Historic Site of Ancient Ducking Stool," Pittsburgh Post, 22 July 1916.
  26. David Felix, "Could Wright Be Wrong?: Architect Reveals Plans for Point Park 'Fairyland'," Pittsburgh Sun-Telegraph, 5 May 1949, 25.

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