Homewood Children's Village

Community
12:10 pm
Tue March 25, 2014

How The Homewood Children's Village Is 'Re-Weaving the Fabric of the Community'

In the 19th century, wealthy white Pittsburghers, including George Westinghouse and Andrew Carnegie, created estates in Homewood, which was a pastoral and welcome respite from the foul air generated by the industry. 

By 1940, the population was diverse, middle class and about five times larger than it is now.

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