Miscellaneous Notes: Pottery of the West Branch Valley, the Clay Minerals, a Fake Archaeological Site, Fire-Making With Flint and Steel, a Lancaster County Pictograph, the Pemberton Family Cemetery
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Miscellaneous Notes: Pottery of the West Branch Valley, the Clay Minerals, a Fake Archaeological Site, Fire-Making With Flint and Steel, a Lancaster County Pictograph, the Pemberton Family Cemetery. John Witthoft, Robert Ditchburn. 1951 ( tDAR id: 118379)
This Resource is Part of the Following Collections
42017 (Fips Code) • 42035 (Fips Code) • 42043 (Fips Code) • 42049 (Fips Code) • 42071 (Fips Code) • 42133 (Fips Code) • Bainbridge • Bucks (County) • Clinton (County) • Dauphin (County) • Erie (County) • Halifax • Lancaster (County) • Lock Haven • North America (Continent) • Pennsylvania (State / Territory) • Susquehanna River • United States of America (Country) • Waterford • York (County)
Calendar Date: 1700 to 1749
min long: -80.52; min lat: 39.72 ; max long: -74.722; max lat: 42.516 ;
NADB document id number(s): 16419
NADB citation id number(s): 000000089762