• Fulmer Falls at George W. Childs Park

    Delaware Water Gap

    National Recreation Area NJ,PA

CRM Saved From the Dam: Places

 
 

Places: Cultural Landscapes

Preserving Cultural and Historic Landscapes: Developing Standards (National Park Service Technical Bulletin) CRM Magazine (Vol. 3 No. 1 March 1980) An early treatment by Robert Z. Melnick, ASLA, professor of historic landscape architecture, Kansas State University. This article is referenced in the article listed directly below.

Countryside Lost and Found: Discovering Cultural Landscapes CRM Magazine: Saved from the Dam (Vol. 25 No.3 2002) RELATED PAGES IN THIS WEBSITE: The Tocks Island Dam Controversy, National Register properties within the park, Millbrook Village NJ, architecture in the park, historic leasing, agricultural permits, cultural landscapes.

The Minisink: A chronicle of the upper Delaware Valley CRM Magazine: Saved from the Dam (Vol. 25 No.3 2002) RELATED PAGES IN THIS WEBSITE: Boy Scout Camps, photos of the Flood of 1955, Major Floods, Tocks Island Dam Controversy, Nancy Shukaitis in her own words, Herbert Kraft, Native American collections.

Assessing Cultural Landscapes CRM Magazine: Saved from the Dam(Vol. 25 No.3 2002) RELATED PAGES IN THIS WEBSITE: National Register properties within the park.

Yesterday and Today: Planting for Tomorrow CRM Magazine: Saved from the Dam (Vol. 25 No.3 2002) RELATED PAGES IN THIS WEBSITE: historic leasing, agricultural permits, cultural landscapes, Agriculture in the park, Farming the Park.

Searching for the Old Mine Road (under CRM: Stories)

"Drive-thru" History: A Self-Guided Auto Tour (under CRM: Stories)

Did You Know?

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... that the Appalachian Trail (AT) runs more than 25 miles through Delaware Water Gap National Recreation Area. The AT crosses the Delaware River and the Water Gap on a walkway on the Interstate-80 bridge. With bus service to New York and Philadelphia nearby, a hike on the AT is only a ride and a backpack away! More...