• The snowy Delaware River

    Delaware Water Gap

    National Recreation Area NJ,PA

Archive of Back Issues 1983-1985

1983 (Volume 6)

Wandering through Wildflowers (STG Spring 1983 Vol. 6 No. 1) A brief guide. RELATED PAGES IN THIS WEBSITE: Photo Galleries: Wildflowers

Climbing the Gap (STG Spring 1983 Vol. 6 No. 1) Locations and cautions. RELATED PAGES IN THIS WEBSITE: Rock Climbing, Snakes and Sense.

Isaac Van Campen Inn (STG Summer 1983 Vol. 6 No. 2) The house and its restoration. . RELATED PAGES IN THIS WEBSITE: Walpack Center and Van Campen Inn, Walpack Historical Society, Military Trail, French and Indian War in the Delaware Valley, Old Mine Road.

Eagles Along the Delaware (STG Winter 1983 Vol. 6 No. 3) A brief guide to eagle watching. RELATED PAGES IN THIS WEBSITE: Flight silhouettes, Hawks and other raptors

 

1984 (Volume 7)

The Elusive Wild Turkey (STG Spring 1984 Vol. 7 No. 1) Re-introduction of the species and hunting a wild turkey. RELATED PAGES IN THIS WEBSITE: Hunt, Hunting Restrictions

Egypt Mills (STG Spring 1984 Vol. 7 No. 1) Brief history of the site that is now Toms Creek Picnic Area.

Foster Armstrong House (STG Spring 1984 Vol. 7 No. 1) Historic home open to visitors. RELATED PAGES IN THIS WEBSITE: Montague Association for the Restoration of Community History (M.A.R.C.H.), Barns and gambrel roofs, Old Mine Road.

Mountain Laurel or Rhododendron (STG Summer 1984 Vol. 7 No. 2) How to tell them apart. RELATED PAGES IN THIS WEBSITE: Trees and shrubs in the park, Photo Galleries: Wildflowers.

From Resort Era to Recreation Area (STG Summer 1984 Vol. 7 No. 2) History of Kittatinny Hotel and Resort Point Overlook PA. RELATED PAGES IN THIS WEBSITE: Life at the Kittatinny Hotel (under People: Recreating)

What's in a Name? (STG Summer 1984 Vol. 7 No. 2) Some common Native American place names in the area. RELATED PAGES IN THIS WEBSITE: Names of Boy Scout Camps, Pahaquarry place name.

 
1985 (None)

Did You Know?

A small steamboat passing a beach with rowboats

... that a century before this recreation area was formed, the Delaware Water Gap was touted as a Wonder of the World, and drew vacationers via rail lines from Philadelphia and New York City. There were trails to stroll, verandas for viewing the gap, and a steamboat for moonlight cruises. More...