Pittsburgh Document Finds Its Way Home

For Czechs and Slovaks, the Pittsburgh Agreement means as much as the U.S. Declaration of Independence. The one-page document cleared the way for the formation of their own democratic country. And now, that document is headed back to where it was signed–Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.

The Slovak League of America plans to donate its original copy to the Senator John Heinz Pittsburgh Regional History Center in September.

Read about the plans for the return of the Pittsburgh Agreement in this article in the Pittsburgh Tribune Review.