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Pittsburgh and the Great Migration

The automobile transformed the way people traveled. It also changed the lives of African Americans in unique ways. During the Great Migration, millions of Black Americans fled the Jim Crow South for industrialized cities in the North. Many even traveled to Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania seeking job opportunities.Also, examine an exhibit at the Car and Carriage Museum at the Frick Pittsburgh.

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