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Private Pittsburgh City Tour
"Your private guide will lay all of Pittsburgh at your feet and take you anywhere you want to go! A typical Itinerary begins with a climb up Mt. Washington on the Duquesne Incline for an unexcelled view of one of the world's most perfect city settings. Ne Pittsburgh's medical and educational center. In the time remaining you can go to the top of Schenley Park for a different vista or return to your starting point via the Monongahela Valley.About Your GuideYour guide was chosen by St. James Pal many Fortune 500 Corporations tour companies familes and individuals. He is a proud direct descendant of one of the leaders of The Amalgamated Association of Iron and Steel Workers who fought in the Battle of Homestead (1892)."""
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Private Pittsburgh City Tour
"Your private guide will lay all of Pittsburgh at your feet and take you anywhere you want to go! A typical Itinerary begins with a climb up Mt. Washington on the Duquesne Incline for an unexcelled view of one of the world's most perfect city settings. Ne Pittsburgh's medical and educational center. In the time remaining you can go to the top of Schenley Park for a different vista or return to your starting point via the Monongahela Valley.About Your GuideYour guide was chosen by St. James Pal many Fortune 500 Corporations tour companies familes and individuals. He is a proud direct descendant of one of the leaders of The Amalgamated Association of Iron and Steel Workers who fought in the Battle of Homestead (1892)."""
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Harmonist Society Cemetery

We visited the Harmonist Cemetery on a cold, blowing winter's night -- creepy! What's even more unusual is that this cemetery has no headstones (well, OK... one headstone). Harmony is a small town...
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Harmony's Log Cabins

Harmony has a number of small cabins around town. I noticed at least three, including Little Creek Cabin, which used to be a cafe (and was for sale in summer 2011). Another cabin was located right...
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Harmony Museum

The Harmony Museum stands at the main intersection of central Harmony.The museum is owned by Historic Harmony, Inc. Founded in 1943, this local organization owns and maintains eight historic...
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Harmony Mennonite Meetinghouse

Harmony's Mennonite Meetinghouse is the oldest Mennonite meeting house west of the Alleghenies, built in 1825 next to the cemetery. About two thirds of the structure is original, and the remainder of...
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Historic Harmony Mennonite Cemetery

Historic Harmony's burial ground has been a Mennonite cemetery since the Mennonites purchased the town from the Harmonist Society of George Rapp in 1814. The earliest grave markers date from the 1810s...
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The Harmonist Cemetery

It was a gloomy Fall day when Mom and I ventured out to visit the Harmonist Cemetery, which lies outside the small town of Harmony. This cemetery sits on a high knoll and is surrounded by a stone wall...
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The Mennonite Meeting House and Cemetery

One of the oldest Mennonite meeting houses West of the Alleghenies sits perched upon a small hill North of Harmony, Pennsylvania. Mom and I stopped here on our way home from a 'girls getaway weekend'...
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HARMONIST CEMETERY

The Harmonists believed in equality in death as in life. When they died, they were buried in unmarked graves. Graves were only supposed to be temporary resting places anyway since Jesus was to return...
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RAPP’S SEAT

Cross the bridge over Connoquenessing Creek and turn right on the first road. A short ways on the left, you come up to a path of stairs - developed by the local Boy Scouts - that takes you up to...
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GRACE CHURCH

Established in 1809 as the meeting hall for the Harmonist Society, this is the oldest continued church in Butler County. Mennonites took over the church in 1814, using it until another German...
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FREDERICK REICHERT RAPP HOUSE

Frederick Riechert was one of George Rapp’s more important and devoted followers. He was instrumental in arranging for the movement of the Harmonist society to America. Adopted by George as his a son...
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GEORGE RAPP HOUSE

Born in Iptigen, Germany - 25 km northwest of Stuttgart - in 1757, George Rapp inspired by pietistic theologians began gathering like-minded followers in the 1780’s. Eventually the local government...
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HARMONY MUSEUM

Housed in an old Harmonist granary/warehouse that served to sell goods to outsiders, the Harmony Museum divides its exhibits between the Harmonist period and the longer subsequent Mennonite times. It...
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The Harmony Inn

I'm placing The Harmony Inn in this category because it's a very interesting site. Not only can you take a peek at this Italianate-style home, but enjoy a meal, too. This was once the residence of...
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