See tr. of selected writings by E. Kelly and A. Melville (1987).
See his autobiography, The Trail of an Artist-Naturalist (1940) and extracts from his journals, ed. by his widow, J. M. Seton (1967).
Seton-La Salle Catholic High School is a private, Roman Catholic high school in Mt. Lebanon, Pennsylvania, a suburb of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. It is located in the Roman Catholic Diocese of Pittsburgh.
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Seton-La Salle Catholic High School has begun renovation of its athletic field following approval by the Catholic Diocese on May 13, 2008. Installation of a new synthetic turf field, new utilities and a new access road are currently underway. Phase I of the two phase Rebel Athletic Field Project will cost an estimated $1 million and is scheduled for completion by mid-August, 2008, in time for fall sports activities.
Seton-La Salle Catholic High School Athletic Director Brian Geyer stated, “This much-needed renovation is moving ahead quickly because parents and alumni have stepped up and taken lead roles in the project. We have raised close to $650,000. This has allowed construction of Phase I to begin and we will have a field for our young athletes to use this fall.”
Phase II of the project will consist of a field house, toilets and concession stand along with new bleachers and field lights. Phase II will be completed once sufficient funds have been received.
Once completed, the field will be used by at least 14 of the school’s athletic teams, and for physical education classes. It will also have the potential to be used by area grade school teams and for athletic camps and other community sports activities.