Category Archives: 1670s

Did York County’s last Susquehannock village have a palm tree?

I have used the illustration above when writing about the last two known Native American villages in York County. It is from Herman Moll’s 1720 map entitled: A new map of the north parts of America claimed by France under … Continue reading

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Learning more about York County’s last Native American villages.

I learned some new things last week at Paul Nevin’s talk at the Zimmerman Center for Heritage, home of the Susquehanna Gateway Heritage Region. His talk focused on the last Susquehannock Indian village, the site of which is now part … Continue reading

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York County Native American Sites Finally Saved

The last two known York County Susquehannock Indian sites have recently been safely preserved. The illustration above is from Herman Moll’s 1720 map of North America, in the collection of the York County Heritage Trust Library/Archives. It is very similar … Continue reading

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