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A.M.E. Zion Church African-American African-American Historic Sites Allegheny City Allegheny County Baptist Church became Benedict the Moor Bethel A.M.E. Church Billy Eckstine black church black community black congregation black families black Pittsburghers blacks in Pittsburgh Borough brick building built Centre Avenue YMCA Chapel A.M.E. city's Civil Club Colored Children Crawford Grill Crawford-Roberts Crestas cultural Delany Design Associates Architects Dollar Bank downtown East Liberty economic End A.M.E. Zion established formerly Gus Greenlee Hill District Historic District Historic Sites Survey History & Landmarks Homestead Grays Homewood Homewood-Brushton housing institutions Landmarks Design Associates Landmarks Foundation Landmarks plaque lower Hill District Manchester Martin Delany Mary Cardwell Dawson migrants moved National Negro Opera Negro Opera Company neighborhood North Side Oakmont oldest organized percent Pittsburgh blacks Pittsburgh Courier Pittsburgh Crawfords Pittsburgh History political served Sewickley social structure Terrace Village urban renewal Walt Harper Webster Avenue West End A.M.E. Wilkinsburg Wylie Avenue