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Susquehannock
Directory > Society > Ethnicity > The Americas > Indigenous > Native Americans > Tribes, Nations and Bands > S > Susquehannock

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Misnamed River
Brief article from Watershed Radio about the name of the Susquehannock Indians and the river that
bears their name.

http://www.serc.si.edu/watershed/december2001/susquehannariver.htm
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The Susquehannock
Historical overview from the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection's American Indian
Heritage website.

http://www.dep.state.pa.us/dep/monthlyprograms/american_indian/2001/susque.html
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Susquehanna River Rock Art
The story of the ancient Safe Harbor petroglyphs in Lancaster County, Pennsylvania, believed to be
the work of the Susquehannocks' predecessors.

http://members.aol.com/Susquekal/SusquehannaRiverRockArt.htm
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Shenks Ferry -The Lost People
Archaeological evidence of the native inhabitants who preceeded the Susquehannocks in central
Pennsylvania.

http://www.rootsweb.com/~pacahs/shenks.htm
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Susquehannocks
School report written by a student, Stacey Marley, from Cecil County, Maryland.
http://www.ccps.org/ccps/pvms/Susqbay/Susquehannocks2.html
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Pioneers of the Old South
Etext version of Volume 5 of The Chronicles of America, originally published by Yale University,
1920. This section includes several references to the "giant" Susquehannocks.

http://ftp.swau.edu/mirrors/gutenberg/etext01/pofos10.txt
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Field School Explores Site
Penn State anthropology students spent eight weeks exploring an unexcavated Susquehannock village
in Lancaster County.

http://www.psu.edu/ur/NEWS/news/fieldschool.html
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Captain John Smith Visits Cecil County
Local magazine article describes the first European contact with the Susquehannock and other tribes
of the upper Chesapeake Bay.

http://www.ccmagazine.org/features/smith.htm
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Land of the Susquehannock
Historical and archaeological discussion of the Susquehannock in Pennsylvania, and their
relationship with other tribes.

http://www.motherbedford.com/Indian5.htm
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Where are the Susquehannock?
Brief history and comment on the once-powerful Pennsylvania tribe, and their tragic fate.
http://www.brokenclaw.com/native/susquehannock.html
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Susquehannock History
Comprehensive historical and cultural treatise of this Eastern tribe, from pre-history to their
demise in the 18th Century.

http://www.dickshovel.com/susque.html
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