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Glenn Tunney's Column 

and

  Brownsville Time Capsule 


The Home Page of two weekly Uniontown Herald-Standard 

articles written about the history of Brownsville, Pennsylvania


 

Welcome, readers!  You can use this web site to . . .

1.  Read or print past Glenn Tunney columns or Brownsville Time Capsule articles.

2.  Search all columns and Brownsville Time Capsule articles for any name or word you specify.

3Link to other Brownsville-related web sites.

 

 

 ARCHIVES

Click here to read any past Glenn Tunney's Column

Click here to read any past Brownsville Time Capsule

 

 TO CONTACT GLENN TUNNEY 

IMPORTANT:    The email address that is listed at the end of many of the earlier articles is no longer correct.  To contact Glenn Tunney by email, click here.

 

 SEARCH 

Type in any word and all articles in the archives of "Glenn Tunney's Column" and "Brownsville Time Capsule" will be searched for that word.

 
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 LINKS

For plenty of links to Web Sites about Brownsville and the surrounding area, click here.

 

 WHEN DID IT HAPPEN? . . . A Brownsville Timeline

For a Time Line of important dates and events in Brownsville's history, click here.

 

 BACKGROUND INFORMATION

"GLENN TUNNEY'S COLUMN" was published in the "Features" section of the Sunday Uniontown Herald-Standard from 1998 - 2006.  The column featured topics related to the history of the Brownsville, Fayette Co., PA area and includes interviews, stories, reader contributions and historic photographs.  
  
"BROWNSVILLE TIME CAPSULE" was published only in the Brownsville regional edition of the newspaper.  This column takes the reader back into Brownsville's past by drawing upon stories from the pages of the now defunct Brownsville Telegraph from 25, 45 and 60 years ago.    

Glenn Tunney taught Local History, United States History and World History  at Brownsville Area High School from 1972 - 2006, when he retired.  He was named Fayette County "Educator of the Year" for the year 2000 from the Brownsville Area School District.  He is currently on an indefinite leave of absence from writing these columns for the Herald-Standard. 

 

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