On the Susquehannocks: Natives having used Baltimore County as hunting grounds

Posted by on May 31, 2012 in Blog | Comments Off

  The Susquehannocks’ Prosperity & Early European Contact By: Adam Youssi 2006           The Susquehannock Native Americans of North America have an impressive history.  This tribe from what is now the eastern United States began as a very small nation along the northern Susquehanna River watershed in what became New York State.  We know little of the Susquehannocks prior to their first recorded encounters with Europeans in 1608 when Captain John Smith of Jamestown, Virginia, encountered them on his voyage into the Chesapeake Bay.  Archeology has taken on the task...

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