The James Miller House on the Oliver Miller Homestead located in South Park Township, Allegheny County, Pennsylvania. In 1794, the first fired gunshots of the Whiskey Rebellion occurred on the property when revenue officers served a writ on William Miller. Shots were fired but the officers were not injured. Later, William was pardoned
William Burch engraving of the Pennsylvania State House, Philadelphia, 1799
Students, Farmers’ High School of Pennsylvania, 1859
Student body of Carlisle Indian School, 1885
Pennsylvania Hall Fire, 1838. This building was burned by a mob for having women and African-Americans speaking advocating for women’s suffrage and abolitionism.
Juliann Jane Tillman, preacher of A.M.E. Church, Philadelphia, 1844
Flooded streets, Pittsburgh, 1907