Munhall

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Munhall

(mŭn`hôl), borough (1990 pop. 13,158), Allegheny co., SW Pa., a suburb of Pittsburgh, on the Monongahela River; inc. 1901. The once-large steel- and ironworks there have declined significantly along with the national steel industry. Office furniture and insulation tape are manufactured. Munhall was a site of the Homestead strikeHomestead strike,
in U.S. history, a bitterly fought labor dispute. On June 29, 1892, workers belonging to the Amalgamated Association of Iron and Steel Workers struck the Carnegie Steel Company at Homestead, Pa. to protest a proposed wage cut. Henry C.
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 in 1892.
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Upon arrival, they found the suspect, identified as 61-year-old George Nelson Gregory of Munhall, Pennsylvania, in the front seat of his vehicle with an unidentified naked man tied up in nylon rope in the back seat.
Leaving Munhall, Pennsylvania, in 1943, he underwent basic training at Camp Lee, Virginia, then headed to Fort Robinson, Nebraska, to learn how to work with dogs.