Park Exhibits On Line

The following temporary displays were prepared by the park staff for various events.
Exhibits on Line are pdf files. Additional images may be included in Photo Galleries.


Exhibits On Line: Map of the Boy Scout Camps, Camp Profiles and Patches
A display of scouting memorabilia prepared by Albert Zusman, author of There were Camps along the Delaware, for Open House at Bushkill Visitor Center on
September 30, 2000. KEYWORDS: Easton Council BSA, Central Jersey Council BSA, Orange Mountain Council BSA, Raritan Council BSA, Trenton and Mercer Council BSA, Delaware Valley Council BSA, Resica Falls Scout Reservation, Kittatinny Mountain Scout Reservation, Camp No-Be-Bo-Sco, Camp Nobebosco,Camp Winnebago, Union Council BSA, Forestburg Scout Reservation, Monmouth Council, Mount Allamuchy Camp, Morris-Sussex Area Council. RELATED PAGES IN THIS WEBSITE: Boy Scout Camps along the Delaware River (under People: Groups) LINKS TO OTHER WEBSITES: Boy Scouts of America.


Exhibits On Line: Welcome Back to the Delaware River, DL&W Railroad!
Exhibit prepared for the Pocono Mainline Excursion on August 30, 2003. KEYWORDS: Nay Aug Tunnel, Paradise Valley Tunnel, Paradise Valley cut, Pocono Summit Lake, Dansbury Manor, Dansbury Depot, railroad switching tower, Bushkill PA, Railway Avenue, Interstate 80 Bridge, Schellenberger Island, Analomink PA (Camp Davis), Tocks Island, Arrow Island, Columbia NJ, DL&W concrete bridge. RELATED PAGES IN THIS WEBSITE: Kittatinny Hotel, Water Gap House, Boy Scout Camps, Photo Gallery: 1955 Flood (Hurricanes Connie & Diane), Photo Gallery: DL&W Water Gap Station, Photo Gallery: East Stroudsburg Railroad Landscape, Delaware Valley Railroad, Monroe County Historical Association, Pocono Mainline Excursion. LINKS TO OTHER WEBSITES: Delaware Lackawanna & Western Railroad (on the website of the Erie Lackawanna Historical Society), Steamtown National Historic Site.
Additional Material:
Exhibits On Line: Maps of the Excursion Route KEYWORDS: DL&W Southern Division, Scranton PA, Slateford Junction PA.


Exhibits On Line: "A Constant Patrol"--New Jersey's line of defense in the French & Indian War
A display on the forts shown on Jonathan Hampton's map, prepared for Sussex County History Day on April 30, 2005. KEYWORDS: Jonathan Hampton, French and Indian War, Seven Years War, Fort Gardiner, Westfall Fort, Westfalls Fort, Fort Westfall, Fort Westfalls, Uriah Westfall, Fort Cole, Fort Coles, Coles Fort, Fort Brinks, Brinks Fort, Deremer House, blockhouse hill, Fort Normanock, Fort Namanock, Fort Nominack, Fort Carmer, Fort Carmar, Carmer Fort, Bevans-Hellwig Kitchen, Hellwig House, Fort John, Fort Johns, Fort Shapanack, Fort Shappanack, Headquarters Fort, Van Campen Inn, Military Road, Military Trail, Walpack Center, Dingmans Fort, Adam Dingmans Fort, Adam Dingmans Post, McBride Field, McBride's Field, Fort Walpack, Walpack Fort, Fort Van Campen, Van Campens Fort, Vankamps, Fort Vankamps, Abraham Van Campen House, Allison's Fort, Ellison's Fort, Fort Reading, New Fort. RELATED PAGES IN THIS WEBSITE: The French and Indian War in the Delaware Valley (under Cultural Landscapes), On the Frontier of New Jersey: An Introduction to Military Trail, Military Trail. (trail guide)
Additional Material:
Exhibits On Line: Jonathan Hampton's Map and Letter

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