(VIDEO) Of the 23 “modern era” quarterbacks honored in the Pro Football Hall of Fame, six of them hail from Western Pennsylvania, within a 60-mile radius of Pittsburgh. How did that happen? Who are the six and what are they all about? The six are Johnny Unitas, George Blanda, Joe Namath, Joe Montana, Danny Marino, Jim Kelly. Friends and former classmates and teammates offer stories about the Super Bowl Six. That’s how you really get to know the real story of these talented QBs. They have not forgotten where they came from. These are personal stories that provide real insights into these success-driven individuals.
This study examines Ku Klux Klan activities in Pennsylvania’s twenty-five western-most counties, where the state organization enjoyed greatest numerical strength. The work covers the period between the Klan’s initial appearance in the state in 1921 and its virtual disappearance by 1928, particularly the heyday of the Invisible Empire, 1923–1925. This book examines a wide variety […]