Cape Vincent and Its History (Classic Reprint)

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The line of an old Indian trail ran from the Canadian shore of Lake Ontario past Carleton Island and south through the Lesser Wilderness, passing the St. Lawrence hamlets and meeting the Mohawk river at German Flats. This route avoided the rough waters of the open lake, and lay also in the line of the great western trail. Morgan, in his League of the Iroquois, says: The Indian trails were well-worn paths of a foot or more in width and sometimes a foot deep.

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Author(s) - Nelie Horton Casler


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ISBN - 9781528385404

Dimensions - 22.9 x 15.2 x 1.6 cm

Page Count - 242


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