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Aliquippa, Pennsylvania, USA

Aliquippa is a city in Beaver County in the U.S. state of Pennsylvania. Aliquippa was founded by the merger of three towns: Aliquippa, Woodlawn, and New Sheffield. This was one of several Indian names selected arbitrarily by the Pittsburgh and Lake Erie Railroad in 1878 for stations along the route. Aliquippa is best known as the location of a productive steel mill that the Jones and Laughlin Steel Company constructed there along the Ohio River beginning in 1905.

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  • 1916
    Aliquippa, a post-borough of Beaver co., Pa., on the Pennsylvania and Lake Erie R., 4 miles (direct) SE. of Beaver. It has iron and steel industries. ...Read MORE...


  • News 1928 - RECOVER BODIES AS ALIQUIPPA FOUNDERS - Vesta Coal Co. Craft Goes Down Near Plant For Which It Is Named, Below Pittsburgh - Seek Members of Crew
    STEEL KEEL THOUGHT FLOODED SUDDENLY

    Boat Believed To Have Struck Snag While Maneuvering With Big Tow of Coal from California Mine, Early This...Read MORE...


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  • 1942 - December 22 - An avalanche in Aliquippa, Pennsylvania kills 26,
    including Vulcan Crucible Steel Co heir-apparent Samuel A. Stafford Sr., when two 100 ton boulders fall on a bus filled with wartime steel workers on ...Read MORE...


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  • 1916
    Aliquippa, a post-borough of Beaver co., Pa., on the Pennsylvania and Lake Erie R., 4 miles (direct) SE. of Beaver. It has iron and steel industries. ... Read MORE...

  • News  1928 - RECOVER BODIES AS ALIQUIPPA FOUNDERS - Vesta Coal Co. Craft Goes Down Near Plant For Which It Is Named, Below Pittsburgh - Seek Members of Crew
    STEEL KEEL THOUGHT FLOODED SUDDENLY

    Boat Believed To Have Struck Snag While Maneuvering With Big Tow of Coal from California Mine, Early This... Read MORE...

  • 1942 - December 22 - An avalanche in Aliquippa, Pennsylvania kills 26,
    including Vulcan Crucible Steel Co heir-apparent Samuel A. Stafford Sr., when two 100 ton boulders fall on a bus filled with wartime steel workers on ... Read MORE...

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