Published February 1993
by Potomac Appalachian Trail Club .
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||71|
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Shenandoah Vestiges: What the Mountain People Left Behind This book is mostly photographs of places most visitors to Shenandoah National Park never see - deep in what is now the park backcountry. Pictures are heavily supported by explanatory text . In his book Splendour of the Seas (E. Stanford, ) Captain Frank H. Shaw includes the following version, which celebrates the Shenandoah River and Valley of Virginia and West Virginia. O Shenandoah, I long ter hear yer O Shenandoah, I long ter hear yer. O Shenandoah, I look a-notion To sail across the stormy ocean. O Shenandoah, I'm bound. The Shenandoah National Park Association provides a variety of books, maps, videos, and other items for sale to aid you in planning your visit to Shenandoah. Or maybe you’ve already visited Shenandoah, and you forgot to stop by the visitor center and make a purchase. J The Shenandoah Sentinel Columbia County Wilburton man hit building on ATV, taken to hospital.
Shenandoah Vestiges explores some of what was left behind - the old homes, implements, even children's toys - with explanations of what the artifacts were, and how they were used by mountain families. The book is 71 pages and includes 73 photographs. Readers are reminded that artifacts should not be removed or disturbed. Carolyn Reeder (Novem – Janu ) was an American writer best known for children's historical also wrote three non-fiction books about Shenandoah National Park for adults together with her husband. She won the Scott O'Dell Award for Historical Fiction. During the last year of her life she wrote a column for children in The Washington Post . Hikes to Waterfalls in the Shenandoah National Park: Books: PC Shenandoah Heritage: The Story of the People Before the Park: PC Shenandoah Vestiges: What the Mountain People Left Behind: PC Shenandoah Secrets: The Story of the Park's Hidden Past: PC Shenandoah Heritage: The Story of the People Before the Park: PC Shenandoah Vestiges: What the Mountain People Left Behind: PC Shenandoah Secrets: The Story of the Park's Hidden Past: XX Wildflowers of the Potomac Appalachians: A Hikers Guide: PC The Blue Hills of Maryland: PC