Definition of Susquehanna River

1. Noun. A river in the northeastern United States that rises in New York and flows southward through Pennsylvania and Maryland into Chesapeake Bay.


Lexicographical Neighbors of Susquehanna River

Susan Anthony
Susan B. Anthony
Susan B Anthony dollar
Susan Brownell Anthony
Susan Sontag
Susanna
Susannah
Susanne
Susanoo
Susheela
Susian
Susiana
Susie
Susmita
Susquehanna
Susquehanna River (current term)
Susu
Sutherland
Sutratman
Sutton
Suva
Suvalkija
Suyog
Suzane
Suzanne
Suze

Literary usage of Susquehanna River

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. History of the Lumber Industry of America by James Elliott Defebaugh (1907)
"The Chenango Canal, begun in July, 1834, and completed in October, 1836, connected the Erie Canal at Utica with the Susquehanna River at Binghamton. ..."

2. Maryland Historical Magazine by Maryland Historical Society (1921)
"ford on the lower Susquehanna River south-west across Harford County, crossed the Great Falls of Gunpowder River near the mouth of that stream, ..."

3. Index of Economic Material in Documents of the States of the United States by Adelaide Rosalia Hasse (1922)
"Susquehanna River See also Canals and Slackwater Navigation : Individual Undertakings. 1810. Rept. of committee on roads and inland navigation (Duane) on ..."

4. The Library of American Biography by Jared Sparks (1854)
"His Ordination. — His bodily Weakness. — His Influence with the Indians. — Journey to New England. — Visit to the Susquehanna River. — Some Impression made. ..."

5. The Encyclopedia Americana: A Library of Universal Knowledge (1920)
"These victories left the hostile tribes in the Susquehanna River Valley the only formidable enemies ... The vice-gerent on the Susquehanna River was called ..."

6. Historic Background and Annals of the Swiss and German Pioneer Settlers of by Henry Frank Eshleman (1917)
"that the Susquehanna River is a part j of Pennsylvania; but it is hard to keep up a large force to protect them." But he states that Pennsyl-1 vania is ..."

7. Cecil County by Maryland Geological Survey, George Burbank Shattuck, Florence Bascom, Edward Bennett Mathews, Clarence Wilbur Dorsey, Jay Allan Bonsteel, Oliver Lanard Fassig, Henry Albert Pressey, Louis Agricola Bauer, Hugh M. Curran, George Bishop Sudworth, Geologic (1902)
"Susquehanna River. Susquehanna river is by far the largest and most important river whose waters touch Cecil county. This river rises in Otsego Lake in ..."

8. History of the Lumber Industry of America by James Elliott Defebaugh (1907)
"The Chenango Canal, begun in July, 1834, and completed in October, 1836, connected the Erie Canal at Utica with the Susquehanna River at Binghamton. ..."

9. Maryland Historical Magazine by Maryland Historical Society (1921)
"ford on the lower Susquehanna River south-west across Harford County, crossed the Great Falls of Gunpowder River near the mouth of that stream, ..."

10. Index of Economic Material in Documents of the States of the United States by Adelaide Rosalia Hasse (1922)
"Susquehanna River See also Canals and Slackwater Navigation : Individual Undertakings. 1810. Rept. of committee on roads and inland navigation (Duane) on ..."

11. The Library of American Biography by Jared Sparks (1854)
"His Ordination. — His bodily Weakness. — His Influence with the Indians. — Journey to New England. — Visit to the Susquehanna River. — Some Impression made. ..."

12. The Encyclopedia Americana: A Library of Universal Knowledge (1920)
"These victories left the hostile tribes in the Susquehanna River Valley the only formidable enemies ... The vice-gerent on the Susquehanna River was called ..."

13. Historic Background and Annals of the Swiss and German Pioneer Settlers of by Henry Frank Eshleman (1917)
"that the Susquehanna River is a part j of Pennsylvania; but it is hard to keep up a large force to protect them." But he states that Pennsyl-1 vania is ..."

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