This is a more advanced use of Google Earth. If this generates enough interest I will post more on how I created it...to this point and points beyond.
I have spent a lot of time putting together this project on Early PA Migration, and I believe its finally ready to go public. What I am doing is mapping the migration of the early settlers of PA here on Google Earth and Indian villages from the Cessation days. Please keep in mind that this is an ongoing project and I expect to never be fully complete with it, as its concept keeps evolving.
As of now I have this tour start at the Port Of PA and moving westward via the various trails/paths that existed between the periods of about 1750 through 1850. I am also mapping out the various forts and Indian villages of that time period.
Furthermore, I have included all the counties of PA and links for additional genealogy research on the PA-Roots web site.
The .kmz file (attached herein) is networked linked so all updates are live and usually daily. I anticipate joining with other serious minded genealogists, and Google earth users, in keeping this project alive as an effort to merge this great technology with Genealogists/Family Historians. I suppose it would even make a good history lesson?
Any and all feedback or suggestions are very welcome.