It is the Susquehannock Indians that are most commonly described as having occupied Pennsylvania, including the lands in and around Bonneauville, PA. Ample arrowheads and stone artifacts have been (and still can be) found in this area. (See Acq. No. 1996-03).
No pottery shards have been found in Adams County that prove that there were permanent Indian settlements here. Nonetheless it has been proven by the distribution of stone artifacts left behind, that for thousands of years Native Americans have hunted and fished in the Bonneauville area.