Appalachian Mountains

The Appalachian mountains are a series of mountain systems inland from the eastern seaboard of the United States and extending into Canada. They are very ancient, formed almost half a billion years ago and once as high as the Alps but now much lower as a result of erosion.

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A Walk in the Woods: Rediscovering America on the Appalachian Trail by Bill Bryson.
The Appalachian Trail trail stretches from Georgia to Maine and covers some of the most breathtaking terrain in America–majestic mountains, silent for...
Wedding of the Waters: The Erie Canal and the Making of a Great Nation by Peter L. Bernstein.
Begun in 1817 and completed in 1825, the Erie Canal stretches 363 miles across upstate New York from Buffalo on Lake Erie to Albany on the Hudson Rive...
John James Audubon: The Making of an American by Richard Rhodes.
From the historian Richard Rhodes, the first major biography of John James Audubon in forty years, and the first to illuminate fully the private and f...
Appalachia: A History by John Alexander Williams.
Interweaving social, political, environmental, economic, and popular history, John Alexander Williams chronicles four and a half centuries of the Appa...
The Great Wagon Road: From Philadelphia To The South by Parke Rouse.
The Great Wagon Road from Philadelphia to the South was first published by McGraw Hill as part of its "Great American Trails" series, edited by A. B. ...