Pittsburgh’s Hill District: The Death Of A Dream (PHOTOS)
July 16, 2012
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In America, prior to mass suburbanization and sprawl, our great cities served as, not only cultural and business hubs, but thriving centers of families. Some of those neighborhoods were virtually cities within a city, especially when it came to divisions of ethnicity and color.
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