• Fulmer Falls at George W. Childs Park

    Delaware Water Gap

    National Recreation Area NJ,PA

Features: Architectural & Building Styles

Most of the features below were first published in the park's newsletters, Spanning the Gap (STG, 1985 to 2007) or Guide to the Gap (GTG, 2011 - ), or appeared in the National Park Service's CRM (Cultural Resource Management) Magazine (CRM). For related page in this website for each feature, look up the feature under
NEWS: Park Newspaper>Archive of Back Issues, by year (STG or GTG), or under
NEWS: Park Newspaper>CRM Magazine, by topic

Railroads (under Stories) | Roads, Bridges, Ferries (under Stories) | Millbrook Village NJ

 

Architectural Styles
Barns: Survival of the Fittest (STG: Spring 1991 Vol. 13, No. 1) Style and structure of barns found in the recreation area, and what barns are being used for today; gallery of barns in the park. Additional sections on barns relocated to Millbrook Village NJ, and on gambrel roofs.
Designed with Nature, the Zimmermann Estate (STG: Summer 1991 Vol. 13, No. 2) The Zimmermann estate and Marie Zimmermann House in Milford PA.
Greece on the Delaware, the "Greek Revival" Style in the Park (STG: Fall & Winter 1991 Vol. 13, No. 3) Greek Revival style and its effects on architecture in the recreation area.
Designated Historic (STG: Fall/Winter 1993/1994 Vol. 15, No. 3) How a structure earns listing on the National Register of Historic Places.
Designing with Nature (STG: Summer 1994 Vol. 16, No. 2) Design at Raymondskill Falls.
Separation of the church from the state of decay (Phoenix Antiques/Dutch Reformed Church) (under Preservation: Re-use)
Upper Delaware Valley Cottages: A Simple Regional Dwelling Form CRM (Cultural Resource Management) Magazine: Saved from the Dam Delaware Water Gap National Recreation Area Issue (Vol. 25 No.3 2002)
Mistress of Stylistic Blends: An Architectural Pictorial of the Minisink CRM (Cultural Resource Management) Magazine: Saved from the Dam Delaware Water Gap National Recreation Area Issue (Vol. 25 No.3 2002)
Sympathy, Harmony, and New Architecture CRM (Cultural Resource Management) Magazine: Saved from the Dam Delaware Water Gap National Recreation Area Issue (Vol. 25 No.3 2002)

 

More architecture is described under Places: Individual Structures and Preservation: Re-use

Did You Know?

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... chief causes of water fatalities on the Delaware River are: (1) swimming without a lifejacket (PFD); (2) trying to swim across the river; and (3) swimming after drinking alcohol. Wear a pfd on and in the river. Swim at lifeguarded beaches. NEVER TRY TO SWIM ACROSS THE RIVER! More...