A Genealogists' Insta-Guide: Colonial Wagon Roads to 1750; by William Dollarhide; Laminated 5 mil; 4 pp; 3-hole punched; ISBN: 978-1-933194-90-5; Item #:FR0201
A Genealogists' Insta-Guide: Colonial Roads to 1750 is a short to-the-point guide to the most important American colonial roads, from earliest settlement until 1750. Written by acclaimed author, William Dollarhide, this 4-page Genealogists' Insta-Guide discusses 10 roads that in many ways were the earliest migration routes within colonial America. Besides, an the inclusion of an Introduction, this Insta-Guide discusses the King's Highway, the Upper Road, the Hudson River Road, the Mohawk Road, the Lancaster Road, the Philadelphia Road, the Fall Line Road, the Great Valley Road, the Pioneer's Road, and the Upper Road. A brief history and route is given for each of these migration paths.
Included as an inset is the name of each historic road, with the corresponding highway route today.
A listing of important Print References, as well as Online References completes this Genealogists' Insta-Guide.
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