Native People and Their Paths

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Some people wonder about Indian paths. Others have never though about them as they go about their daily lives. But for those who have wondered, this is written to show some of the accumulated knowledge, and dispel some myths. Since the natives in their time did not use written language, nor did they draw maps for us, our knowledge is necessarily limited. What we do know about their paths gives us some insight into the way of life of these forgotten walking people.

Author: Ralph Seeley

Published by the Centre County Historical Society

Full color; 45 pages

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