Susquehannock Warrior  LbNA # 31869

Placed DateJun 12 2007
LocationAthens, PA
Planted ByWeeping Willow    
Found By Janila
Last Found Jul 21 2007
Hike Distance?

Susquehannock Warrior

The valley is well known for it’s rich Native American history. This stamp is a tribute to the tribe of Giants known as the Susquehannock. The Carantouan were a part of this tribe and they bravely defended their land against hostile rival tribes.

1. To find this warrior, begin at Smokey the Bear.
2. Clock 0.2 miles on your car odometer and you will see the Red Path to the Right of the roadway.
3. Park carefully on the side of the road and stealthily trek down the path 25 paces.
4. Look off the path to the Right and locate a funkadunk 4 trunk tree (as seen int he photo clue).
5. Make your way to the tree and admire what nature creates.

6. When you have taken in this funky tree, look to the west and find it’s twin.

7. Pick your way over to the tree – taking care with the prickers, nettles, shrubs and wildlife.
8. Where could it be? Look down…..No Look under… Look in between…….no Look straight ahead – eye level and you will find your prize. He is excellent at hiding in the woods – in plain sight. Please return him carefully to his hiding place.

There is another Carantouan related stamp in Waverly NY called the Carantouan Springs. This was my first find and is still my favorite. Please take the time to find it or re-find it and enjoy the history of our Valley.