Down the Research Rabbit Hole: Historic Pittsburgh
One of my favorite non-CLP resources for doing historical research about the city is Historic Pittsburgh. Hosted by the University of Pittsburgh, this website hosts digitized content from more than … Continued
Free Genealogy Websites Everyone Should Be Using
We’re excited to have remote access to Ancestry.com right now, but it’s not the only site out there for online genealogy research. Here’s a roundup of several sites the Pennsylvania … Continued
When History Repeats Itself
While we’re living through an epidemic that is unprecedented in our lifetimes, CLP has closed in the past in a similar situation. The library was closed for two weeks in … Continued
Top 5 Beginning Genealogy Questions
Based on the questions we’re getting through our new chat reference system, a lot of you are working on your family history history right now. For the beginners out there, … Continued
Here are a few titles we recommend to learn more about the Irish and their influences, and experiences, here in Pittsburgh.
A Toast to Pittsburgh’s Cocktail Culture
When I moved to Pittsburgh seven years ago, I knew it was a beer town. Or did I?