The Revised Edition of Black Minqua The Life and Times of Henry Green contains 184 pages. A new Chapter, Along the Great Minqua Path has been added. Black Minqua was a name coined by Europeans on Contact with First with Natives in The Great Valley. The Natives traversed the Great Minqua Path from Philadelphia into the Interior of what is now Lancaster County. The book details the Green and Davis Lines who owned businesses and settled throughout what is now the Delaware Valley. The records on these lines goes back to the mid 1600's and covers succeeding Generations. Henry Green is still the catalyst for the book, as the first to, Step Out into History during the Christiana Resistance. This is a must read for Historians and Students everywhere!