From Pittsburgh Streets
|Origin of name||George Miltenberger|
Miltenberger Street is named for George Miltenberger, whose country home was at that location. Other sources are less specific and say simply that the street was named for the Miltenberger family or a large landowner.
- William G. Johnston. Life and Reminiscences from Birth to Manhood of Wm. G. Johnston, p. 296. Knickerbocker Press, New York, 1901. Google Books N-QEAAAAYAAJ; Historic Pittsburgh 00adj9508m; Internet Archive lifereminiscence00john. [view source] johnston
- George T. Fleming. "Reisville now forgotten name: Once thriving suburb called after a pioneer has long been incorporated into City of Pittsburgh." Pittsburgh Gazette Times, Dec. 19, 1915, fifth section, p. 2. Newspapers.com 85762040. [view source] fleming-reisville
- J. M. Miller. "The Crafts and Crafton: Interesting story of an old Pittsburgh family and the borough it founded." Pittsburgh Gazette Times, Nov. 16, 1913, fourth section, p. 7. Newspapers.com 85622421. [view source] crafts-and-crafton
- George T. Fleming. "History told in Pittsburgh street names: Some commemorative designations have been lost, but others are still in use to recall the story of their selection: Haphazard municipal nomenclature." Pittsburgh Gazette Times, Nov. 29, 1914, fifth section, p. 2. Newspapers.com 85906737. [view source] fleming-history-told
- "Signs for streets: With the names in big letters, to be placed at every corner: Following the Paris style: An attempt to label the city that proved a sad failure: How some streets were named." Pittsburg Dispatch, Aug. 10, 1892, p. 2. Newspapers.com 76578361. [view source] signs-for-streets