The Magic Fire: The Story of Camp Cornplanter by David Mack-Hardiman
In 1959, a unique program opened in the Allegheny National Forest near Warren, Pennsylvania. In a rugged mountain setting known as Camp Cornplanter, people who had disabilities were welcomed into a rustic residential setting. Amidst the breathtakingly beautiful woodlands, the distinctive camp was like an oasis in the era of institutional care. The Magic Fire captures the history of the Seneca Chief Cornplanter, and, the extraordinary spirit of the sweet green valley which bore his name.