Additional Sources

This page provides links to some of the sources we used to research our Borough's great history. In addition, if you click on some of the blue links, they will take you to high quality PDFs of some of the Borough's archived historical documents. Check out more sources of information on the Historical Documents page.

The Antique Motor Coach Association of Pennsylvania. "Pittsburgh Railways Company." The Antique Motor Coach Association of Pennsylvania, Antique Motor Coach Association of Pennsylvania.

Blackley, Katie. "How Pittsburgh Transit Evolved From Horse-Drawn Streetcars To The Modern T." 90.5 WESA, 29 Jan. 2018.

Blackley, Katie. “Who Lived Here First? A Look At Pittsburgh's Native American History.” 90.5 WESA, 18 Dec. 2018.

Bona Fide Bellevue. "The History of Bellevue." Bona Fide Bellevue.

The Brookline Connection. "Trolleys in Pittsburgh throughout the Years." The Brookline Connection, Brookline Connection.

Jarvis, J.F. 8th Ohio Infantry Regiment in camp. 1898. Ohio History Connection, Ohio Memory.

Northern Historical Association, compiler. Memoirs of Allegheny County, Pennsylvania: Personal and Genealogical with Portraits, Volume 1. Madison, WI, 1904. Google Books.

Ross Township Historical Society, compiler. Ross Township Bicentennial 1809-2009. 2009.

Schalcosky, John D. Ross Township. Charleston, Arcadia Publishing, 2011.

“Things That Aren't There Anymore.” YouTube, uploaded by Gunnar Etchison, 21 Feb. 2015.

Vandervoort, Bill. "Pittsburgh Transit." Chicago Transit and Railfan, Bill Vandervoort,

“Venango Path Historical Marker.”, Pennsylvania Historical & Museum Commission, 23 Aug. 1987.

The West View 50th Anniversary Committee, compiler. 50th Anniversary Celebration 1905-1955 West View Borough. West View Borough, 1955.

West View Borough Historical Committee, compiler. West View Borough Centennial Anniversary 1905-2005. Sewickley, PA, Professional Graphic Communications, 2005.