The Steelers Reader
Randy Roberts, David Welky
University of Pittsburgh Press(T), 2001 - Sports & Recreation - 329 pages
Drawing from a variety of sources, the editors have assembled a collection of the best writing about the Pittsburgh Steelers, from their founding by Art Rooney in 1933 through their rousing victory in the final game at Three Rivers Stadium in 2000.
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