• Fulmer Falls at George W. Childs Park

    Delaware Water Gap

    National Recreation Area NJ,PA

Archive of Back Issues 2001

2001 (Volume 23)

Park Profiles: Archeologist Herbert Kraft (1927-2000) (STG Spring 2001 Vol. 23 No. 1) Two remembrances of Professor Kraft, a specialist in Lenape (Delaware) culture, RELATED PAGES IN THIS WEBSITE: Archeology at Fort Johns (a French & Indian War Site), A Constant Patrol: French & Indian War sites in the park (under Exhibits on Line), Archeology in the Minisink Today, Cultural Connections, Colonial and historic archeology.


A Drop to Drink (STG Summer 2001 Vol. 23, No. 2) Water resources of the park. RELATED PAGES IN THIS WEBSITE: Fishing, National Parks on the Delaware River.

Peace and War: a Find in the Park (STG Summer 2001 Vol. 23, No. 2) A colonial stoveplate discovered and identified in the park.


Trees at Rest (STG Fall 2001 Vol. 23, No. 3) Why trees change color. RELATED PAGES IN THIS WEBSITE: Trees and Shrubs in the park, Fall Colors, Why Leaves Change Color, Fall Foliage in the park (hotlines & links)

Down by the Riverside (STG Fall 2001 Vol. 23, No. 3) A day with Kittatinny Canoes' River Clean-up. RELATED PAGES IN THIS WEBSITE: Delaware River Clean-up, Photo Gallery: River Clean-up.

Welcome to Grey Towers (STG Fall 2001 Vol. 23, No. 3) The nearby home of Gifford Pinchot reopens after restoration.


Life at the Kittatinny (STG Winter 2001 Vol. 23, No. 4) The hotel that once stood at Resort Point at the Water Gap. RELATED PAGES IN THIS WEBSITE: From Resort Era to Recreation Area, Delaware Lackawanna & Western (DL&W) Railroad Station. (Water Gap Station)

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...