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These two paths followed the [http://www.lhva.org/heritage-trail.html Lackawanna] River for forty miles. Then [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Delaware_and_Lehigh_National_Heritage_Corridor#History_of_the_Corridor Lehigh Path] helped to connect New York to Western Pennsylvania. Being part of what now is called the [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Delaware_and_Lehigh_National_Heritage_Corridor Delaware and Lehigh National Heritage Corridor] which covers 165 miles across five Pennsylvania counties. [http://www.lhva.org/heritage-trail.html Lackawanna River Heritage Trail], present name of the Lackawanna Path was 70+ Miles and followed the New York State border to Susquehanna River at Pittston, Pennsylvania. <br>
  
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=== History  ===
  
=== History ===
 
  
==== Lehigh ====
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=== Records ===
  
History of the County of [[Lehigh_County,_Pennsylvania#History Lehigh County, Pennsylvania]] has additional information about the area in the 1900's.
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==== Lehigh  ====
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History of the County of [[Lehigh County, Pennsylvania#History_Lehigh_County.2C_Pennsylvania|Lehigh ]] has additional information about the area in the 1900's.
  
 
==== Lackawanna  ====
 
==== Lackawanna  ====
  
History of the County of [[Lackawanna County, Pennsylvania#History]]has additional information about the area in the 1900's. More information about the early hist of the area [http://www.thornhursttwp.com/History.php Lackawanna Town] also more at [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Delaware,_Lackawanna_and_Western_Railroad#History Delaware,_Lackawanna_and_Western_Railroad].
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Lakawanna Path is presently called [http://www.lhva.org/heritage-trail.html Lackawanna River Heritage Trail]. Some of the history of the County of [[Lackawanna County, Pennsylvania#History_Lackawanna]] has additional information about the area in the 1900's. You also can find more information about the early history of the area at [http://www.thornhursttwp.com/History.php Lackawanna Town], also more at details are included in the article about [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Delaware,_Lackawanna_and_Western_Railroad#History Delaware, Lackawanna and Western Railroad]. Thornhurst is a very old township in the area and gives details about the general area and some of its [http://www.thornhursttwp.com/History.php history].
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=== Maps  ===
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==== Lehigh  ====
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Lehigh Path map [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lehigh_Canal here]
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==== Lackawanna  ====
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Lackawanna path Map [http://www.dcnr.state.pa.us/forestry/stateforests/lackawanna/index.htm here] and [http://www.lhva.org/docs/LRHT%20trail%20map%20FINAL%208.25.11.pdf here]
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=== Websites  ===
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*[http://www.lhva.org/heritage-trail.html Lackawanna River Heritage Trail]
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*[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Delaware_and_Lehigh_National_Heritage_Corridor Delaware &amp; Lehigh Canal National and State Heritage Corridor]
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*[http://www.lhva.org/docs/LRHT%20trail%20map%20FINAL%208.25.11.pdf Lackawanna River Heritage Trail]
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*[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lehigh_Canal Lehigh Canal]
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*[http://www.dcnr.state.pa.us/forestry/stateforests/lackawanna/index.htm
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Lackawanna State Forest] <br>
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Latest revision as of 22:03, 4 March 2013

Back to New York to Pennsylvania

These two paths followed the Lackawanna River for forty miles. Then Lehigh Path helped to connect New York to Western Pennsylvania. Being part of what now is called the Delaware and Lehigh National Heritage Corridor which covers 165 miles across five Pennsylvania counties. Lackawanna River Heritage Trail, present name of the Lackawanna Path was 70+ Miles and followed the New York State border to Susquehanna River at Pittston, Pennsylvania.

Contents

History

Records


Lehigh

History of the County of Lehigh has additional information about the area in the 1900's.

Lackawanna

Lakawanna Path is presently called Lackawanna River Heritage Trail. Some of the history of the County of Lackawanna County, Pennsylvania#History_Lackawanna has additional information about the area in the 1900's. You also can find more information about the early history of the area at Lackawanna Town, also more at details are included in the article about Delaware, Lackawanna and Western Railroad. Thornhurst is a very old township in the area and gives details about the general area and some of its history.

Maps

Lehigh

Lehigh Path map here

Lackawanna

Lackawanna path Map here and here

Websites

Lackawanna State Forest]


 

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