The special, after leaving Pittsburgh, ran wild until it got to McKeesport, sixteen miles distant.
McKeesport was incorporated as a borough in 1842 and chartered as a city in 1890.
But the heart of the conspiracy against free speech and free assembly was in McKeesport, twenty miles from Pittsburgh.
At McKeesport, the hills on the right are of a relatively low altitude, smooth and well rounded.
He died at McKeesport on March 4, 1855, and was buried there.
Duquesne is just across the river from McKeesport and only four miles from Homestead.
McKeesport quickly became one of the strong organization points on the river.
At McKeesport alone 3,000 citizens have been sworn in as special police deputies subject to instant call.
Attorney Roe was arrested in McKeesport for attempting to confer with a dozen of his clients in a private hall.