• The snowy Delaware River

    Delaware Water Gap

    National Recreation Area NJ,PA

Properties on the National Register

National Register of Historic Places:: Pennsylvania

Pike County PA
Callahan House Milford PA: July 23, 1979
Metz Ice Plant Milford PA: November 19, 2007
Minisink Archeological Site from Milford PA south:
(Also in Sussex County NJ) April 19, 1993 Archeology in the Minisink Today
Marie Zimmermann Farm Milford PA: November 1, 1979
Dingmans Ferry Dutch Reformed Church (Phoenix Antiques) Dingmans Ferry PA: July 23, 1979
Brodhead Farm Bushkill PA: July 23, 1979
Nyce Farm Bushkill PA: July 23, 1979
Peters House Bushkill PA: August 24, 1979
Turn Store and Tinsmith's Shop Bushkill PA: September 18, 1978

Monroe County PA
Schoonover Mountain House Bushkill PA: August 21, 1979
Captain Jacob Shoemaker House Bushkill PA: July 17, 1979
Cold Spring Farm Springhouse Bushkill PA on McDade Trail: August 24, 1979
John Turn Farm Bushkill PA on McDade Trail: July 23, 1979
Zion Lutheran Church (Zion Church Road, near McDade Trail; November 9, 1972

Northampton County PA
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National Register of Historic Places: New Jersey

Sussex County NJ
Foster Armstrong House Montague NJ: July 23, 1979
Millville Historic and Archeological District (north of Montague NJ): January 30, 1984
Minisink Archeological Site from Milford PA south:
(Also in Pike County PA) April 19, 1993 Archeology in the Minisink Today
Peters Valley Historic District Peters Valley NJ: February 29, 1980 Greek Revival
Andrew Snable House Walpack Center NJ: July 23, 1979
Walpack (Wallpack) Center Historic District Village of Walpack Center NJ: July 17, 1980
Richard Layton House Walpack Center NJ: July 23, 1979
Shoemaker-Houck Farm Walpack Center NJ: July 23, 1979
Village of Walpack Center | Walpack Church | Walpack Parsonage
Old Mine Road Historic District NJ Route 206 south to Coppermine Inn NJ:
(Also in Warren County NJ) December 3, 1980

Warren County NJ
Old Mine Road Historic District NJ Route 206 south to Copper Mine Access NJ:
(Also in Sussex County NJ) December 3, 1980

 
 
 

Did You Know?

Sketch of a shiny, silvery, oval shaped fish with smallish fins

... that shad have made a comeback in the Delaware River, due to pollution control. This member of the herring family lives its adult life in the ocean, but travels up rivers and streams to spawn. Each spring, anglers follow the "shad run" up the Delaware River to catch these hard-fighting fish. More...