Pennsylvania: Off the Beaten Path

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Globe Pequot Press, 1997 - Pennsylvania - 133 pages
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Rich in history, abundant in beauty and offering a vast array of diverse attractions, the Keystone State is a great place to go hunting for out-of-the-way treasures. This updated guide has culled over 200 fascinating lesser-known sites from Pennsylvania's vast expanse, including the town of Good Intent, where they never got around to creating a Main Street, the Cathedral of Learning and its 19 nationality classrooms, and Walnut Acres, whose owners were organic farmers and environmentalists 50 years ahead of the movement.

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Contents

Northwestern Pennsylvania
21
Central Pennsylvania
35
North Central Pennsylvania
59
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About the author (1997)

Sara Pitzer is the author of "Homegrown Whole Grains" and more than a dozen cookbooks and travel guides. She has studied and written about grains in Amish country in central Pennsylvania, in the southeastern United States, and in California. More recently, she has studied small-scale rice growing in Thailand and quinoa production in Peru. She lives in North Carolina.

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