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Author / [Publication date] Title
Dahlinger, Charles W. (Charles William), 1858- / [1922] Fort Pitt
Dahlinger, Charles W. / [1918] Rev. John Taylor: the first rector of Trinity Episcopal Church of Pittsburgh and his commonplace book
Dahlinger, Charles William, 1858- / [1919] A place of great historic interest Pittsburgh's first burying-ground
Dahlinger, Charles William, 1858-1935 / [1916] Pittsburgh: a sketch of its early social life
Dahlinger, Charles William, 1858-1935 / [1918] Old Allegheny
Dahlinger, Charles William, 1858-1935 / [1908] 1758, being a sketch of the founding of Pittsburgh
Darlington, Mary C. (Mary Carson), 1824-1915 / [1920] History of Colonel Henry Bouquet and the western frontiers of Pennsylvania, 1747-1764
Darlington, Mary C. (Mary Carson), 1824-1915 / [1892] Fort Pitt and letters from the frontier
Daughters of the American Revolution, Pittsburgh Chapter (Pittsburgh, Pa.) / [1899] Fort Duquesne and Fort Pitt: early names of Pittsburgh streets
David, T. B. A. / [1908] Reminiscences
Davis, Thomas D. / [1901] Pioneer physicians of Western Pennsylvania: the president's address of the Medical Society of the State of Pennsylvania
Davison, Elizabeth Mary. / [1940] Annals of Old Wilkinsburg and vicinity: the village, 1788-1888
Dawes, E. C. (Ephraim Cutler), b. 1840 / [1882] The beginning of the Ohio Company, read before the Cincinnati Literary Club, June 4th, 1881
Dawson, Charles T. / [1889] Our firemen: the history of the Pittsburgh fire department, from the village period until the present time
Dawson, John L. (John Littleton), 1813-1870 / [1856] An address by Hon. John L. Dawson, before the Washington and Union L. societies of Washington College: delivered on Wednesday evening, June 18th, 1856
De Paul Institute (Pittsburgh, Pa.) / [1958] De Paul Institute's golden jubilee, 1908-1958
Denny, W. H. / [1858] Suc-co-tash: written on the occasion of the centennial celebration of the evacuation of Fort Duquesne
Depew, Charles. / [1902] Life as I've found it: a gathering of experiences and observations of the common people, relating to their aspirations, trials and tribulations--but more especially my own prosaic life
Dickey, Luther S. (Luther Samuel), b. 1846 / [1915] History of the Eighty-fifth regiment Pennsylvania volunteer infantry, 1861-1865: comprising an authentic narrative of Casey's division at the Battle of Seven Pines
Dickson, William Brown, 1865-1942 / [1938] History of Carnegie veteran association
Diller, Theodore, 1863- / [1916] The place of Washington in the history of western Pennsylvania
Diller, Theodore, 1863- / [1927] Pioneer medicine in western Pennsylvania
Doddridge, Joseph, 1769-1826 / [1876] Notes on the settlement and Indian wars of the western parts of Virginia and Pennsylvania, from 1763 to 1783, inclusive: together with a view of the state of society, and manners of the first settlers of the western country
Dredge, James, 1840-1906 / [1879] The Pennsylvania railroad: its organization, construction, and management
Duff's College (Pittsburgh, Pa.) / [ca. 1890⁾] Duff's College: established A.D.1840 ; chartered by the Legislature of Pennsylvania ; the first mercantile college started in America
Duff, Joseph M. / [1924?] A record of twenty-five years of the pastorate of Maitland Alexander, D.D., LL.D., in the First Presbyterian Church in the City of Pittsburgh
Dunham, Arthur, 1893- / [1930] Child care in Pittsburgh
Duquesne Club / [1896] Charter and by-laws of the Duquesne Club of Pittsburgh, 1896
Duquesne Light Company / [1966] Pivot point
Durant, Samuel W. / [1876] History of Allegheny Co., Pennsylvania: with illustrations descriptive of its scenery, palatial residences, public buildings, fine blocks, and important manufactories
Dyer, Heman, 1810-1900 / [1847] An address, delivered in the chapel of the university, Saturday, May 29, 1847, on the occasion of the interment of the remains of the late Prof. Stone