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Historic Indian paths of Pennsylvania

Paul A. W. Wallace

Historic Indian paths of Pennsylvania

by Paul A. W. Wallace

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Published by Pennsylvania Historical and Museum Commission in [Penn.] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Indians of North America -- Pennsylvania

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references.

    Statementby Paul A.W. Wallace.
    SeriesPennsylvania historical reprints, Pennsylvania magazine of history and biography -- v. 76, no. 4
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsE78.P4 W35
    The Physical Object
    Pagination29 p. :
    Number of Pages29
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17276208M

    Indian Paths of Pennsylvania book. Read 2 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. This book describes and maps ancient Indian trails thro /5. In Pennsylvania, all roads lead to history. To help find your path, the Pennsylvania Historical and Museum Commission (PHMC) has blazed several special-interest trails leading to some of Pennsylvania's most historic sites. We invite you to explore one site at a time, travel an entire trail, or create your own road trip to Pennsylvania's past.

    ← Return to Article Details Historic Indian Paths of Pennsylvania Download ← Return to Article Details Historic Indian Paths of Pennsylvania Download Cited by: 1. Paul A.W. Wallace, Indian Paths of Pennsylvania. History of the Indian Trails. Susquehannock Indians. Iroquois Indians. Hear David Ramsey, a local citizen, tell about his Mohawk ancestory. Sunbury's Environment Bottom Path Catawissa Path Great Island Path Great Shamokin Path Great Warriors Path.

    This reprint includes a fold-out historic map of Indian paths of Pennsylvania. It is unfair to our Indians to belittle their achievements as road makers. The evolution of the Indian trail into the bridle path, wagon road and motor highway was a slow but continuous process. This Native American footpath was one of the several routes that made up Great Indian Warpath in Pennsylvania. Info. Link: (1 This historic 41 mile road began as a Native American path called the Also known as the Blue Rock Road this route connected paths from the Schuylkill River Valley with the Susquehanna River and the Monocacy.


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Historic Indian paths of Pennsylvania by Paul A. W. Wallace Download PDF EPUB FB2

Aug 14,  · Indian Paths of Pennsylvania traces the Indian routes, reveals historical associations, and guides the motorist in following them today. See the Best Books of Browse the Amazon editors' picks for the Best Books offeaturing our favorite reads in more than a dozen categories.

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Full text of "Historic Indian paths of Pennsylvania / by Paul A.W. consumersnewhomeconstruction.com other formats 4. A' A /r ' '/‘f^ 1 '^ PENNSYLVANIA STATE LIBRARY DOCUMENTS SECTION i OF PENNSYLVANIA Historic Indian paths of Penns^'^ ”/45 H oric Indian Paths of Pennsylvania By Paul A.

Wallace (Pennsylvania Historical Reprints) Reprinted from The Pennsylvania Magazine of History AND. Jul 17,  · Home→History→ Map of the Historic Indian Paths of Pennsylvania.

Historic Bird’s Eye View Map of York, PA. Map of the Five Culinary Regions of Pennsylvania. Covered Bridges of Northampton County, PA Location Map. Gettysburg Battlefield Map. MAP | Susquehanna Riverlands. Note: Citations are based on reference standards.

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Jan 23,  · Topics Indian roads -- Pennsylvania Publisher Pennsylvania Historical and Museum Commission Collection statelibrarypennsylvania; americana Digitizing sponsor This project is made possible by a grant from the Institute of Museum and Library Services as administered by the Pennsylvania Department of Education through the Office of Commonwealth Libraries.

HISTORIC INDIAN PATHS OF PENNSYLVANIA 4I5 side. Such valley-ridge paths are often followed today by modern roads: as, for instance, by Pennsylvania Highway No. 25 in the Lykens Valley between Hegins and Sacramento, flanked by the Mahantango and the Broad Mountain; by Pennsylvania 23 in the Conestoga Valley between Churchtown and Morgantown.

Historical map of Pennsylvania showing the Indian names of streams and villages and paths of travel the sites of old forts and battle-fields the successive purchases from the Indians and the names and dates of counties and county towns with tables by P. Sheafer and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at consumersnewhomeconstruction.com Each path mapped on CRGIS has a pdf file attached to it.

This file gives a summary of the entry for the path in the Wallace Book. This pdf includes historic accounts of the path, associated dates, Indian towns, historic towns, rivers, and more. Wallace’s “Key to the Indian Paths of Pennsylvania”.

Shamokin’s strategic location along the confluence of the North and West branches made it a hub for merchants and travelers. Looking to the water as their guide, Pennsylvania travelers, particularly the Indians, followed the Susquehanna River because it provided them with a sense of bearing, served as a source of hydration and cleansing, supplied fish, and attracted game.

There are many historic trails and roads in the United States which were important to the settlement and development of the United States including those used by American Indians. The lists below include only those routes in use prior to the creation of the American Highway System in Many more local routes are discussed at entries for the relevant town.

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Wallace, foreword by Kurt W. Carr, This reprint of the classic book describes and maps historic Indian trails throughout Pennsylvania from the 17th and 18th centuries. pp., 8 1/2 x 11, append., biblio., foreword, index, illus. paperback. Jul 17,  · Home→History→Map of the Historic Indian Paths of Pennsylvania → Map of the Historic Indian Paths of Pennsylvania.

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Moorehead] on consumersnewhomeconstruction.com *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. With Numerous Historical Notes And References.5/5(3). The Main Indian Paths And Migration Trails In Pennsylvania. In the early days the Native North Americas did not have pack animals and just walked about.

They did hunt the game so many of their Walking Paths were the same as the paths made by the animals that they hunted. They went great distances to hunt, trade and war so these paths were.

“Key to the Indian Paths of Pennsylvania,” large map inside the book cover showing the paths followed in the book.

This detail shows (white arrows) the Minquas Path. View this image larger. But first we had to find a route from our home on the Potomac River in western Maryland to the Susquehanna. Back to Grandpa’s book (Figure 2).

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Paul A. Wallace, (Yellow Highlight of Monocacy Path by S. Smith, ) This is a section of a map entitled Historic Indian Paths of Pennsylvania. The map uses Indian names for their paths and sites, with only a few trading posts so noted. Indian Paths of Pennsylvania Map.

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W. Wallace Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, Pennsylvania Historical and Museum Commission, - Automobile travel - pages.Pennsylvania Historic Underground Mine Map Inventory System (PHUMMIS) - Contains information relevant to past and present underground mining within the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, including, but not limited to, maps, indices, locations of mines, and other pertinent data contained in various collections held or obtained by the Pennsylvania.After the defeat and dispersion of the Conestoga and Susqeuhanna Indians by the Iroquois at Indian Town near what is now Millersville, Lancaster County, Pennsylvania, a considerable party of Potomac Shawnee Indians from the vicinity of Old Town, Maryland.