Remember the copperhead roundups at Indian Steps?

 

It was a cool place to be a kid. It was by the river. It was dedicated to Native American culture, and river culture, and 10,000 years of the lower Susquehanna’s history. The old arts and crafts style cottage, built in 1912 by a local lawyer named John Vandersloot to house his collection of Indian artifacts and to honor the native American tribes who called the river home

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