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  • Author:
    Stephen Neal Dennis
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    0965301516
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    978-0965301510
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    White Oak Publishing; 1st edition (1996)
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Sewickley is home to Sewickley Valley Hospital, which is part of the Heritage Valley Health System. Sewickley Valley Historical Society. "Pennsylvania: Population and Housing Unit Counts" (PDF). Retrieved 14 March 2017. "Population of Civil Divisions Less than Counties" (PDF). Retrieved 22 November 2013.

The time and date of a public dedication ceremony, possibly in August 2013, will be announced on this page as soon as plans are finalized. The Sewickley Valley Historical Society will host the event.

Historic Houses of Great Britain Puffin Picture Book No. 118 by Leacroft 1962. An American HERITAGE Guide, Historic Houses Of America, 1971. Customs services and international tracking provided.

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Historic houses of the Sewickley Valley. Dennis, Stephen Neal. Life and Architecture in Pittsburgh.

With its prime location along the Ohio River downstream from Pittsburgh, Sewickley was destined to become a great Americ. After the arrival of the railroad, many of the railroad brass made their homes in Sewickley

With its prime location along the Ohio River downstream from Pittsburgh, Sewickley was destined to become a great Americ. After the arrival of the railroad, many of the railroad brass made their homes in Sewickley.

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