Quite possibly the earliest-documented Amish cucumber variety in Pennsylvania! The name derives from the Kishacoquillas Valley, which in turn is named for a friendly Shawnee Chieftain who helped the earliest white settlers. It's believed that these pioneers brought the original seeds of this cucumber with them. The variety is a white-fruited pickling type, and makes excellent pickles either as very small or as medium-sized fruits. The vines are rampant, too—some of the most vigorous cucumber vines we have seen. Plant this one and stand back!