Greetings from the "Pennsylvania Dutch Country"
| Historic CONESTOGA WAGON drawn by a team of Belgians. This type of wagon was first made in Lancaster County before 1720 and served as the major form of transport in the new nation until about 1850. The word CONESTOGA, the name of an Indian tribe, means "place of muddy waters." This wagon may be seen at the PENNA. FARM MUSEUM OF LANCASTER VALLEY, Lancaster, Pa|