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Friday, November 30, 2018

The Shenandoah Hunting Path

The Shenandoah Hunting Path

Shenandoah Hunting PathThe first record of the "Susquehannock Plain Paths" was noted in the Virginia Act of 1662. Later, from about 1686 until 1742, that part of the road between Brent Town and the Rappahannock was also known as the "Shenandoah Hunting Path", a nam which is still occasionally heard

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