Famous Indian Walk, The - PLAQUE
Posted by: Groundspeak Regular Member Don.Morfe
N 40° 43.282 W 075° 30.273
18T E 457388 N 4507948
Quick Description: Of a day and a half from Wrightstown, Bucks County to near the present Mauch Chunk was performed for the Penn proprietors of Pennsylvania September 19-20, 1737 by Edward Marshall
Location: Pennsylvania, United States
Date Posted: 4/29/2020 11:11:48 AM
Waymark Code: WM12CPR
Published By: Groundspeak Charter Member The Leprechauns
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Long Description:
Famous Indian Walk, The-- ... of a day and a half from Wrightstown, Bucks County to near the present Mauch Chunk was performed for the Penn proprietors of Pennsylvania September 19-20, 1737 by Edward Marshall and his associates who slept at the end of his first day near Hockendauqua Indian Town which was 1 1/2 miles to the south and the next morning passed near this point. The survey line of the Walking Purchase was run later in 1737 a half mile east of this marker by BENJAMIN EASTBURN surveyor general of Pennsylvania.
Marker Name: Famous Indian Walk, The

County: Northampton

Date Dedicated: 9/1/1925

Marker Type: Plaque

Location: Junction of Indian Trail Rd. (SR 3016) and Kohls Rd., at Hokendauqua Creek, .25 mile NW of Kreidersville

Category: Government & Politics 18th Century, Native American, William Penn

Website: [Web Link]

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