hotel200

Mount Lebanon History

Mount Lebanon is spread across more than six square miles of Western Pennsylvania’s hills, but it once was contested land.Surveys were made on May 25, 1770, for James McFarlane’s “Black Oak Hill” within what was to become Mount Lebanon and a neighboring tract, probably now in Dormont, occupied by an individual named Price. A Pennsylvania patent for the McFarlane land was not received until November 27, 1788, perhaps because Virginia had included this territory in the western part of its County of Augusta and, later, the County of Youghioghenia.

Our History

member200

Become a Member

Our success depends on the support and involvement of people, businesses, and organizations. Each member adds strength to our organization, and together they provide a strong collective force toward accomplishing our purpose. The society is classified as a 501(c)(3) nonprofit, charitable organization.

Membership Benefits
  • Subscription to The Cedar Tree, published quarterly.
  • Flyers announcing our bi-monthly programs.
  • Access to The Historical Society of Mount Lebanon’s collections (upon application to the collections committee chairperson).
  • Savings on tours, publications, and educational programs.

Become a member

Historical Society of Mount Lebanon Museum

The History Center — Temporarily closed during history center renovation

794 Washington Road, Pittsburgh, PA 15228
(at the corner of Washington Road across from Southminster Church)

Get directions

Stuff We Love!
PhotographsHistory
ExhibitsThe New House


Support the Historical Society
Upcoming Events

There are no upcoming events.

Shopping Cart
Facebook
Facebook By Weblizar Powered By Weblizar