The Pittsburgh Steelers: The Official Team History

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Taylor Trade Pub., Jan 1, 2005 - Sports & Recreation - 269 pages
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The Pittsburgh Steelers: The Official Team History is the thundering account of a team whose heritage is characterized by the same rugged confidence and gritty determination displayed by their many fans through the years. Combining more than 250 photographs with riveting tex, author Abby Mendelson highlights the players, coaches, games, and legends cherished by fans of the Men of Steel.

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With the Superbowl but a few weeks away, today's book review is The Pittsburgh Steelers- The Official Team History by Abby Mendelson. The Steelers have won six Superbowls, more than any other ... Read full review

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This was a gift for an avid fan, my Father in Pennsylvania. This book was was very much appreciated. Read full review

Contents

Chapter
1
The Early Years
21
Chapter 3
60
Copyright

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About the author (2005)

Abby Mendelson is an award-winning writer who covered the Steelers in the 1970s. In addition to writing countless magazine and newspaper articles, he has contributed to Pittsburgh: Fulfilling Its Destiny and Pittsburgh Characters. His book Pittsburgh: A Place in Time, about local neighborhoods, is now in a second edition. Aside from publishing two novels set in Pittsburgh, he has written the histories of Pressley Ridge Schools and Holy Family Institute, both Pittsburgh institutions. His wife and three children are all Pittsburgh natives.

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