Homestead Labyrinth

This labyrinth, created by artist Lorraine Vullo, is on Waterfront Drive in Homestead, Pennsylvania.

Videos


Our Rivers: Yesterday and Today

Our Rivers: Yesterday and Today

The story of the Monongahela River is one of our nation’s history, our industrial revolutions and one of the men and women whose labors, previously and presently, earned the Monongahela River the title of “Ruhr” – The River of Sweat.

Antonella Threading Bobbins

Antonella Threading Bobbins

Antonella DiIanni, Italian Bobbin Lace artist, shows how to thread a bobbin. Antonella is featured in the exhibit "Making it Better: Folk Arts in Pennsylvania Today."

Making Lace

Making Lace

Antonella DiIanni, Italian Bobbin Lace artist, shows how to make bobbin lace. Antonella is featured in the exhibit "Making it Better: Folk Arts in Pennsylvania Today."

Kinorea Two Feather Tigri

Kinorea Two Feather Tigri

Kinorea Two Feather Tigri shows teachers how to make a clay coil pot during the Allegheny Intermediate Unit Course, Hidden in Plain Sight: Traditional Folk Arts of Our Region and How to Teach Them in Your Classroom, a course offered by Rivers of Steel.

Tuika Faumuina

Tuika Faumuina

Tuika Faumuina shows teachers the traditional Samoan way to open a coconut during the Allegheny Intermediate Unit Course, Hidden in Plain Sight; Traditional Folk Arts of Our Region and How to Teach Them in Your Classroom, a course offered by Rivers of Steel.

Homestead Labyrinth

Homestead Labyrinth

This labyrinth, created by artist Lorraine Vullo, is on Waterfront Drive in Homestead, Pennsylvania.

8th Avenue, Homestead

8th Avenue, Homestead

8th Avenue in Homestead, Pennsylvania, in its heyday.

Introduction to Rivers of Steel

Introduction to Rivers of Steel

From the History to Go DVD, this clip is a brief introduction to the Rivers of Steel National Heritage Area.

The 45-Inch Mill

The 45-Inch Mill

Constructed in 1942 as part of Homestead's World War II expansion, the 45-inch mill was in operation until the early 1980s.