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Murrysville library to host talk on Pittsburgh's steel-making history

A tour group walks through the Carrie Blast Furnace.

In the 1880s, the first steel mill was built in Pittsburgh. By the 1950s, the city’s top export had helped power the Industrial Revolution and supplied crucial materials during World War II.

Source: The Tribune-Review

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