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The Minsi Trial was named after the Minsi Indians.  Like many other North American trails, its origin extends back into antiquity as a path used by Native Americans for thousands of years.
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=== History of the Minsi Path  ===
  
The trail extends from the Blue Mountains in Pennsylvania to land in the south.
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The Minsi Path was named after the Minsi Indians.  Like many other North American trails, its origin extends back into antiquity as a path used by Native Americans for thousands of years.  
  
It was used by early European settlers as their population expanded through Pennsylvania.  
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The trail extends from the Blue Mountains in Pennsylvania to land in the south.  
  
Today the trail is known as Bethlehem Pike. <ref>Wikipedia - Bethlehem Pike[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bethlehem_Pike]</ref>
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It was used by early European settlers as their population expanded through Pennsylvania. &nbsp;
  
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Today the trail is known as Bethlehem Pike. <ref>Wikipedia - Bethlehem Pike[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bethlehem_Pike]</ref>
  
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Revision as of 15:23, 5 February 2013

History of the Minsi Path

The Minsi Path was named after the Minsi Indians.  Like many other North American trails, its origin extends back into antiquity as a path used by Native Americans for thousands of years.

The trail extends from the Blue Mountains in Pennsylvania to land in the south.

It was used by early European settlers as their population expanded through Pennsylvania.  

Today the trail is known as Bethlehem Pike. [1]






  1. Wikipedia - Bethlehem Pike[1]