Father Pitt never needs an excuse to offer yet another picture of Old St. Luke’s, one of our most picturesque country churches. The current building dates from 1852, but the congregation goes back to colonial times, and was the epicenter of the Whiskey Rebellion.
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Ah, yes, the Whiskey Rebellion one of my favorite history stories. St. Luke’s, Woodville, Walker-Ewing Log House and the other Walker-Ewing-Glass Log House in Pittsburgh Botanic Garden, Woods House and last but certainly not least, The Old Stone Tavern in the West End (see postfriendstrust.org/) just to name a few locally.