Lackawanna

Lackawanna (from a Lenni Lenape word meaning `stream that forks`) relates to several places in the United States: An extant railroad company in the United States: Several former railroad companies in the United States: The arts: ...
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Lackawanna

[Front Royal, Virginia] Lackawanna is a historic home at 236 Riverside Road in Front Royal, Warren County, Virginia. The 2-1/2 story brick house was built in 1869 for Dorastus Cone, a merchant who moved to the area from the Lackawanna River valley in Pennsylvania. The house has well-preserved Italianate features, including bracketed eaves a...
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Lackawanna

city, Erie county, western New York, U.S., on Lake Erie, adjoining Buffalo (north). Originally part of an Indian reservation, it was settled in the ...
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Lackawanna

county, northeastern Pennsylvania, U.S., bordered by Choke Creek to the southwest and the Lehigh River to the southeast. Its terrain is ...
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Lackawanna

Lackawanna (lăkuwä'nu) , city (1990 pop. 20,585), Erie co., W N.Y., on Lake Erie; inc. 1909. Formerly a major steel-making center, Lackawanna experienced the rapid and total decline of its foremost industry in the 1970s and 80s. Abrasives, chemicals, and concrete are produced there. A...
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Lackawanna

Lackawanna, river, 35 mi (56 km) long, rising in NE Pa. and flowing southwest to join the Susquehanna River near Pittston. It crosses the chief anthracite-coal region of the state, passing the cities of Scranton, Dunmore, Dickson City, and Carbondale.
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Lackawanna

Stream That Forks, tributary of the Susquehanna.
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