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Alle-Kiski Chronicle Podcast

 

ABOUT THE PODCAST

The Alle-Kiski Chronicle Podcast explores and showcases topics celebrating the cultural, industrial, and ethnic heritage of the Allegheny and Kiskiminetas River valleys in Southwestern Pennsylvania.

The Allegheny-Kiski Valley Historical Society is a non-profit, permanent institution committed to acquiring, preserving, and professionally exhibiting historically relevant material that illustrates the history of the region; developing and facilitating cooperative partnerships among organizations with a similar mission; providing educational and outreach opportunities for the public; and serving as a catalyst for the private and public preservation, rehabilitation and/or adaptive re-use of historic sites.

Contact the Alle-Kiski Chronicle Podcast

Allegheny-Kiski Valley Historical Society | 224 East Seventh Avenue, Tarentum, PA 15084 | Call: (724) 224-7666 | Email: akvhs@salsgiver.com

 


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1 month ago
The Social Voice Project

Tonight we said farewell to our friend Elinka Keller, director of the Merrick Art Gallery and long-time supporter of The Social Voice Project. So long, Elinka. We are forever grateful for your ... See more

1 month ago
The Social Voice Project

WHY IS PODCAST AUDIO QUALITY IMPORTANT?

Take a listen to some of the top-ranked podcasts on iTunes or Google Play. What do they all have in common?

They all sound like they’ve been recorded well ... See more

2 months ago
BCH Podcast (Ep14): Dave Foster & Judy Foster - The Social Voice Project

As part of The Social Voice Project's Local History Podcast Initiative, we like to travel to various historical societies and museums to uncover not only artifacts and exhibits, but we also like to ... See more

Dave Foster & Judy Foster | Beaver County Bluegrass On episode 14 of the Beaver County History Podcast, we talk about bluegrass music in Beaver County with Dave Foster and Judy Foster, whose band ... See more

2 months ago
The Social Voice Project

A good example of a fun museum experience is the “Dig a Real Indian Arrowhead” activity installed by curator David Holoweiko at the Little Beaver Historical Society museum in Darlington, ... See more

4 months ago
The Social Voice Project

We are looking for local oral history projects throughout Western Pennsylvania and beyond.

After a decade of doing oral history, we at The Social Voice Project are like Farmer's Insurance, we've ... See more

4 months ago
AVH Podcast (Ep06) - Matt Cumberledge - Greene County Historical Society - The Social Voice Project

If you want to understand today, you have to search yesterday. ~Pearl Buck

Matt Cumberledge | Greene County Historical Society

On episode 6 of the Allegheny Valley History Podcast, we visit with ... See more

Matt Cumberledge Greene County Historical Society On episode 6 of the Allegheny Valley History Podcast, we visit with executive director Matt Cumberledge of the Greene County Historical Society to ... See more

4 months ago
Spicer Family Iron - (Greetings from the Parlor) Ep. 1

Today we're on the road to Waynesburg, Pennsylvania to visit Matt W Cumberledge, the new director of the Greene County Historical Society.

Under Matt's leadership, the museum is creating new and ... See more

4 months ago
The Social Voice Project

THE WORLD IS CHANGING

Americans are 50% less likely to visit history museums today as compared to the 1980s. ~Institute for Museum and Library Services

IT'S TIME TO RETHINK HOW WE DO LOCAL HISTORY ... See more

4 months ago
The Social Voice Project

Our partner local history podcast in Beaver County just released a new episode recorded live at historic Merrick Art Gallery in New Brighton, Pa.

The Merrick actually has a work by Gustave Courbet, ... See more

“Fine art is knowledge made visible.” ~ Gustave Courbet

On episode 15 of the Beaver County History Podcast, we talk about the intersection of fine art and history in Beaver County with Sue ... See more

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