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  1. Allegheny City was a Pennsylvania municipality located on the north side of the junction of the Allegheny and Ohio rivers, across from downtown Pittsburgh. It was annexed by Pittsburgh in 1907. The area today is known as the North Side of Pittsburgh, and its waterfront district, along the Allegheny and Ohio Rivers, as the North Shore.
  2. Allegheny is a rapid transit passenger rail station on SEPTA's Broad Street Line. The station is located at 3200 North Broad Street in Philadelphia, and is strictly for local trains. The station is located next to the Maurice H. Kornberg School of Dentistry, formerly known as the Temple University School of Dentistry.
  3. Allegheny Station is an elevated stop on the Market-Frankford Line, above the intersection of Kensington and Allegheny Avenues in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, in the Kensington neighborhood.
  4. Allegheny is a station on the Port Authority of Allegheny County's light rail network. The stop serves the North Shore neighborhood and other adjacent North Side neighborhoods. Heinz Field, the Pittsburgh Steelers football stadium; Rivers Casino; Stage AE amphitheater; Community College of Allegheny County's Allegheny Campus; and Carnegie Science Center are within walking distance.
  5. Allegheny: The Diocese of Allegheny was created from the Diocese of Pittsburgh on 11 January 1876, and Bishop Michael Domenec appointed as its ordinary. The new diocese had 8 counties, with an area of 6530 sq. miles, leaving the parent diocese 6 counties, and an area of 4784 sq. miles. When Bishop Domenec died, the see was suppressed as a residential diocese. Its territory was reunited with the diocese of Pittsburgh.
  6. Allegheny is a SEPTA Regional Rail station located along the Manayunk/Norristown Line located at 22nd Street and Allegheny Avenue in the Swampoodle neighborhood of North Philadelphia. It has also been known in Reading and early SEPTA timetables as 22nd Street or Twenty-Second Street. Allegheny Station is the first station along SEPTA's Manayunk/Norristown Line not to be shared with any other line. In FY 2013, Noble station had a weekday average of 76 boardings and 102 alightings.

There are other places with in their name, like Allegheny River, Allegheny College, Allegheny Commons, Allegheny Furnace, Allegheny Cemetery, Allegheny Township, Allegheny Mountains, Allegheny Memorial Park, Back Allegheny Mountain, East Allegheny School District, north allegheny school district, North Allegheny Senior High School, North Allegheny Intermediate High School, South Allegheny Middle/Senior High School.


"Allegheny" is a composition.


"Allegheny" is a book by Ed Ochester.


Allegheny is a defunct sports team, sports team, professional sports team, baseball team.

Phrases with Allegheny

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  5. Allegheny-Spurge
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  11. Allegheny Mound Ant
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  13. Allegheny Stonecrop
  14. Allegheny Blackberry
  15. Allegheny Stygobromid
  16. Allegheny Monkeyflower
  17. Allegheny Serviceberry
  18. Allegheny Cave Amphipod
  19. Allegheny Monkey-Flower
  20. Allegheny River Cruiser

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Printed dictionaries and other books with definitions for Allegheny

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Google previewNorth Shore Connector Project, Allegheny County (2002)

Environmental Impact Statement

East Allegheny is a mixed residential and commercial neighborhood. East Allegheny ...

Google previewPreaching Through the Year of Luke

The Allegheny is a huge river that joins the Monongahela in Pittsburgh to form the Ohio River. The Ohio flows into the Mississippi and eventually into the Gulf of Mexico." But, of course, it is true. Here we are, living near the headwaters of a ...

Google previewFood Lovers' Guide to® Pittsburgh (2014)

The Best Restaurants, Markets & Local Culinary Offerings by Sarah Sudar, Julia Gongaware, Amanda Mcfadden, Laura Zorch

Edible Allegheny is a magazine dedicated to seasonal, local food and local agriculture. The magazine has featured stories, a dining guide, recipes, and a calendar of events. The calendar of events is important to view if you are looking for a ...

Google previewAnalytical Solipsism (2012)

by William Lewis Todd

inundate Pittsburgh” follows quickly and immediately from a number of propositions which we clearly believe: “Water does not run up hill,” “The Allegheny is a smallish river,” etc. Thus the people of Pittsburgh do believe that Pittsburgh will not ...

Google previewHistory of the Great Flood in Johnstown, Pa. , May 31, 1889, by Which Over Ten Thousand Lives Were Lost (2010)

by J. S. Ogilvie

The usually placid Allegheny is a torrent to-day. The sluggish current that is wont, under ordinary conditions, to bear flotsam upon its bosom past Pittsburg at an easy-going rate of two miles an hour, is transformed into a swollen and angry ...

Google previewLocal Food Systems in Old Industrial Regions (2016)

Concepts, Spatial Context, and Local Practices by Jay D. Gatrell, Paula S. Ross

Edible Allegheny is a regional magazine in the national Edible Communities network of 63 magazines that emphasize local food. Eight of the 14 urban areas have an Edible publication; the urban areas without one are Charlotte, Cleveland , ...

Google previewLiberty of Conscience (2010)

In Defense of America's Tradition of Religious Equality by Martha Nussbaum

Allegheny is a confusing case, even with respect to the majority, because different Justices join different parts of the Court's opinion. Those who uphold the outside display do so on subtly different grounds: Justice O'Connor, for example, does ...

Google previewTransactions of the Medical Society of the State of Pennsylvania at Its . . . Annual Session . . (1878)

by Medical Society of the State of Pennsylvania

Allegheny is a well governed city. Its sewerage system is ...

Google previewLexicon of Geologic Names of the United States for 1936-1960 (1966)

by Grace C. Keroher

If above proposal is accepted, it is further proposed that, until thoroughly established, the Allegheny group, down to base of Lower Kittanning coal, be called "Allegheny group, restricted," and that all Pottsville series, including all strata up to ...

Google previewNelson's Biographical Dictionary and Historical Reference Book of Fayette County, Pennsylvania (1900)

Containing a Condensed History of Pennsylvania, of Fayette County, and the Boroughs and Townships of the County : Also, Portraits and Biographies of the Governors Since 1790, and Genealogies, Family Histories and Biographies of Representative Men of the County : Illustrated by Henry Elliot Shepherd

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Allegheny, . . . 8,561 known up to that date. It was liberally aided Phoenixville borough, .

Google previewEncyclopedia of Entomology (2008)

by John L. Capinera

PAULSON Shippensburg University, Shippensburg, PA, USA The Allegheny mound ant, Formica exsectoides Forel, is a common mound-building ant of the northeastern and central United States. Workers are approximately 3/8 ...

Google previewAmerican Civil War: The Definitive Encyclopedia and Document Collection [6 volumes] (2013)

The Definitive Encyclopedia and Document Collection by Spencer C. Tucker

Allegheny Mountain, Battle of 1864, during the Atlanta Campaign. (Library of Congress) Confederate force numbering about 3,275 men under Major General Samuel G. French. French ordered a bombardment of the Union positions and ...

Google previewBusiness Scandals, Corruption, and Reform: An Encyclopedia [2 volumes] (2013)

An Encyclopedia by Gary Giroux

Morgan-sponsored Allegheny Corporation, established in 1929 as the railroad and real estate holding company of the Van Sweringen brothers, Oris and Mantis. Typical of the time, ...

Google previewEncyclopedia of American Urban History (2006)

by David Goldfield

was a master politician who, as chairman of the Allegheny County Democratic Committee, revitalized the party and took control of Pittsburgh away from the Republicans in the early 1930s, after decades of GOP ...

Google previewFoods and Food Production Encyclopedia (2012)

by Douglas M. Considine

Western Allegheny plateau. Cumberland plateau and mountains. Central Allegheny plateau. Eastern Allegheny plateau and mountains. Southern Appalachian ridges and valleys. Sand Mountain.

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