Many Stories of the Susquehanna have been told in video form. Here is a selection of video clips produced by and about SSV participants and collaborators.
In Fall 2012 as part of their Susquehanna Country course, Professors Faull and Siewers took students to meet with Paul Nevin, a local expert on the rock carvings found in the Lower Susquehanna. Together they examined one of the rare Susquehanna River petroglyph sites at Safe Harbor, believed to have been made by members of the Algonquin peoples, 800-1000 years ago.
Video produced by Bucknell Video Specialist Brianna Derr
In 2011, Janine Glathar interviewed Katherine Faull and Emily Bitely ’11 on the ways in which we had used GIS to begin mapping the Stories of the Susquehanna. These originally appeared on the Bucknell GIS blog.
Emily’s work was central to gaining the National Historic Trail designation from the National Park Service.
- To learn more about the John Smith Trail, click here.
- To view more Captain John Smith’s voyage, click here.
- To view a map of interpretive ‘smart’ buoys located in the river, click here.
Susquehanna Country and Bucknell Environmental College students at the Headwaters and the Onondaga Nation, by Brianna Derr: