LPN Schools in Pittsburgh, PA
LPN Schools in Pittsburgh, PA With over 311,000 people, Pittsburgh is the second-largest city in Pennsylvania. The city was named in 1758 for Sir William Pitt, a British Statesman, and was chartered in 1816. From 1812 through the American Civil War, Pittsburgh was a major source of iron, brass, tin, and glass production, and began producing steel in 1875. Today the city’s economy is based around education, healthcare, and technology. Home to the Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra and the River City Brass Band, Pittsburgh has an extensive jazz and blues music scene. Art lovers will enjoy all the museums and outdoor displays, including the Andy Warhol Museum.