The Minisink Indian Trail
by Prof. Charles A. Philhower | NJHS 1923 | 5pp | PDF 121K | $2.00 | C2
There was a network of Indian paths over the land of the Lenni Lenape, the Minisink Trail was the most important. It connected the council fire at the village of Minisink, on the Delaware River, to the banks of the Shrewsbury and Navesink Rivers. The exact route of the main path, carefully described, generally follows the glacial moraine.