|LC Classifications||F157.S8 B9|
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With the aid of more than 70 maps and illustrations, Down the Susquehanna to the Chesapeake provides a bold new look at a dynamic old river. This powerful journey brings alive the Susquehanna, its history, and the colorful personalities who live along its : Jack Brubaker. But perhaps none is more engaging than Jack Brubaker's Down the Susquehanna to the Chesapeake (Penn State Press, ), mainly because it tells us so much more about the river's history-both natural and human-than we've ever known before."-Erica L. Shames, Susquehanna Life Magazine "Jack Brubaker, editorial page editor and a columnist for the /5(7). History is the memory of time, the life of the dead, and the happiness of the livingCAPTAIN JOHN SMITH. In the hot summer of a small short-masted open barge "of neare three tuns burthen," flat-bottomed and cabinless, bobbed on the choppy upper reaches of a long bay which neighboring Indians called "Chesapeake" meaning "Great Water.". In Susquehanna, River of Dreams award-winning journalist Susan Q. Stranahan tells the sweeping story of one of America's great rivers – ranging in time from the Susquehanna's geologic origins to the modern threats to its eco-system, describing human settlements, industry and pollution, and recent efforts to save the river and its "drowned estuary," the Chesapeake s:
As a public humanities project, the Stories of the Susquehanna initiative invites members of the public to submit their Stories of the Susquehanna for possible inclusion. If you have a story about the cultural, historical, or environmental significance of the place where you live in along the Susquehanna River, we'd love to hear from you! About this Item: Spiral/Comb. Condition: New. No Jacket. Limited Edition Reprint. The history of Susquehanna and Wyoming Counties in Pennsylvania, is recalled through a mixture of colorful tales and factual data in this NEW 48 Page Booklet, reprinted primarily from four hard-to-find vintage books. The SSV Book series includes two volumes published in , Native Americans of the Susquehanna Valley by David Minderhout of Bloomsburg University, and Coal Dust on Your Feet by Janet McGaffey of Bucknell. Future volumes planned include Katherine Faull’s translation and study of the Moravian diaries of Shamokin, a natural history volume by a team of scientists led by Duane Griffin of. The History of The Susquehanna Trail has quickly become my top requested local history presentation since the initial offering during September
EARLY INDIAN HISTORY ON THE SUSQUEHANNA. Capt. John Smith’s Exploration of the head of Chesapeake Bay in —“Tuckogh” interpreters sent to invite the “Susquesahanockes” to an interview, of whom he learns of other Indian Nations—Early publications referring to the country and Tribe—First map of the country—Location and identification of the head towns—New chapters in. Recognition of the historic site, specifically with a beautiful lookout overlooking the Susquehanna River Valley from Route 6, was created as one of the many awesome WPA projects during the Great Depression. Regardless of the history of the spot, this is a stunning lookout point that is . Books contributed by the Susquehanna County Historical Society & Free Library Association. down-solid SORT BY Susquehanna County Historical Society & Free Library Association. Created on. June 17 gingerbisharat Member. Susquehanna’s Indians is an exhaustive historical and archaeological study of the Susquehannock and other Indians of the Susquehanna Valley from to C.E. Barry Kent combines the historical and archaeological records to interpret the culture of the peoples who formerly occupied the Susquehanna Valley of central and eastern.