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Trowel and Arrow: Ancient Appalachia Indians By Rick Connolly
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This book’s primary focus is on ancient people of the Allegheny, Cumberland, Blue Ridge, and Smoky Mountains of Appalachia; and the Ohio Valley of the Allegheny Plateau. The stories are passed... More > down through the generations of descendants. The group names of the people are appropriate to the era. The book includes synopsis of archaeology sites in Appalachia. It is written from the casual point of view of simply the curious. Chapters: •Spirit People, Religion, Stone Walls Story, Starburst Path, Bean Tree People, Sneak Attack, Tallige-wi, Ocanahonon, Conestoga, Chaouanon & Loup, Calicuas & Monetons, Allegheny Delaware, Canaragay, Southern Appalachian Summit, Siouan Sites, Fort Ancient, Bluestone Phase, Blennerhassett Phase , Feurt Phase, Lewis Old Town 46MS57 A.D. 1260-1360, Transitional and Late Prehistoric, Archaeology (950-1550 CE), Horticulturalists, Wood Phase, Parkline Phase, Montane Mound Builders, The Long Hunt, The Lost Colony.< Less
Unwrapping Historic Downtown Lancaster By Jim Herrick
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This book takes close look at the history of downtown Lancaster, Pennsylvania. It is stuffed with details about buildings, people, and stories to guide readers through the development of this... More > historic city from the time of William Penn up to the modern era. Excellent maps and an abundance of photographs provide information in an attractive, accessible package. Organized as a guide book yes, but much more as discussions frequently expand to people and events that will engage and fascinate readers. This is the resource used to train Historic Downtown Lancaster Walking Tour Guides. A must for anyone who has even a slight curiosity about the history of Lancaster. "It is by far the most comprehensive guide to this city ever produced." - "Intelligencer Journal & Lancaster New Era"< Less