Hiking Ruins of Southern New England: A Guide to 40 Sites in Connecticut, Massachusetts, and Rhode Island

Hiking Ruins of Southern New England

A Guide to 40 Sites in Connecticut, Massachusetts, and Rhode Island
 
Publisher: Falcon Guides
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Number of Volumes: Trade Paperback
 
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ISBN13:9781493068548
ISBN10:1493068547
Binding:Paperback
No. of pages:256 pages
Size:228x152x15 mm
Weight:476 g
Language:English
Illustrations: 126 Illustrations, unspecified; 42 Halftones, color
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Hiking Ruins Seldom Seen Southern New England is a guide to hiking archaeological sites in Connecticut, Massachusetts, and Rhode Island. Many people have no idea that there are archaeological sites in the area, on public lands where they are allowed to hike.

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Hiking Ruins Seldom Seen Southern New England is a guide to hiking archaeological sites in Connecticut, Massachusetts, and Rhode Island. Many people have no idea that there are archaeological sites in the area, on public lands where they are allowed to hike.

Each of the 40 hikes chosen for this book is described with a map and summary information that delivers the trail's vital statistics, including distance, difficulty, fees and permits, schedule, canine compatibility, and trail contacts. Directions to the trailhead are provided, along with a general description of what you'll see along the way. A detailed route finder (miles and directions) describes significant landmarks along the trail.

This book aims to show that there are many interesting archaeological and historical places throughout the area that people can explore.