Lackawanna River at Olyphant, Pennsylvania
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Lackawanna River at Olyphant, Pennsylvania communication from the acting [i.e. Assistant] Secretary of the Army (Civil Works) transmitting a letter from the acting Chief of Engineers, Department of the Army dated June 29, 1992, submitting a report together with accompanying papers and illustrations by United States. Office of the Assistant Secretary of the Army (Civil Works)

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Published by U.S. G.P.O. in Washington .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Flood damage prevention -- Pennsylvania -- Olyphant,
  • Flood control -- Pennsylvania -- Olyphant,
  • Flood damage prevention -- Pennsylvania -- Lackawanna River Watershed,
  • Flood control -- Pennsylvania -- Lackawanna River Watershed

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Edition Notes

SeriesHouse document / 103d Congress, 1st session -- 103-35, House document (United States. Congress. House) -- 103-35
ContributionsUnited States. Congress. House. Committee on Public Works and Transportation
The Physical Object
Paginationxv, 208 p. :
Number of Pages208
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL14443057M
OCLC/WorldCa28100493

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Hull Creek (Lackawanna River), Olyphant, Pennsylvania. 3 likes. Hull Creek is a tributary of the Lackawanna River in Lackawanna County, Pennsylvania, in /5(). Welcome to the Lackawanna River Basin Sewer Authority. The Lackawanna River Basin Sewer Authority (LRBSA) is committed to protecting our natural resources. Using state of the art testing and disinfecting techniques and equipment, LRBSA cares for our environment. Olyphant, PA Phone Number: Billing Inquiries:   What the river does have is character and magnificent trout that rival any in the state. The Lackawanna contains more fish-filled public water than almost any river in Pennsylvania. The 37 miles of river below Stillwater Dam contain significant populations of mostly wild, naturally reproducing brown trout, with little to no private : Adam Nidoh. Olyphant and is partly bordered by the Lackawanna River. The Borough has a small levee near Sanderson Street. This levee and the Dickson City levee were built in the late s by the Commonwealth and were maintained by the local governments until the Commonwealth decertified the levees in the s. The local Boroughs have been working with Pennsylvania Department of .

Personnel from the Pennsylvania Fish and Boat Commission and the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection conducted an evaluation of the wild brown population in the Trophy Trout Section of the Lackawanna River on July 12 Two sites were sampled, Winton and Olyphant, each of which was meters ( yards) long. Lackawanna River Fly Fishing for Wild Brown Trout Today, wild brown trout thrive in the Lackawanna and 11 miles of the river are designated as a PA Class A Wild Trout Stream. This includes the river reach from Carbondale City to Olyphant. Lackawanna County Pennsylvania, was formed from parts of Luzerne County Aug , and was the last county to be created. It was named for the Lackawanna River. Scranton, the county seat, was named for the Scranton family. See the Brief History of Lackawanna County and the Formation of the Townships for additional information. More detailed information is available from the book History. STATION LACKAWANNA RIVER AT ARCHBALD, PA LOCATIONLat 4l`30'16", long 75`32'33", Lackawanna County, Hydrologic Unit , on right bank along SR in Archbald, and mi upstream from White Oak Run and Gilmartin Street bridge. DRAINAGE AREA square miles. PERIOD OF RECORDOctober to current year.

OLYPHANT, Pa. — Volunteers gathered at a popular illegal dumping site in Olyphant to clear it. lackawanna-county Trailblazing in Olyphant. Volunteers from the Lackawanna River. Barnabas Carey built the first log-cabin erected by a white man above the falls of the Lackawanna. The first saw and grist mills in Lackawanna county were built by the town (then Pittston) in , just below the falls on the Lackawanna river. In they were purchased by Solomon Strong and soon afterward were destroyed by a flood. Stanford Libraries' official online search tool for books, media, journals, databases, government documents and more. Fly Fishing in Lackawanna River, Northeastern PA A good fly fishing buddy of mine first introduced me to this urban brown trout fishery back in the late 80’s. Our journey took place somewhere within the mile Special Regulation Area listed as Class “A” Trophy Trout Artificial Lures Only water, located in Northeast PA’s Lackawanna County.