The Cannonsville Reservoir

The Cannonsville Reservoir (HM2NDK)

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N 42° 4.832', W 75° 19.307'

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Literary Society Annual Banquet in Cannonsville May 2, 1930. The organization existed from 1889 to 1967.Above: This undated postcard shows students gathered outside the Hilberlind School in Granton.Perry Shelton CollectionRight: In this aerial view of Cannonsville, the Boyd farm is at the lower right, the Queens Farm Dairy just above it, with the community on the opposite side of the Delaware River. Spires of the Baptist and Presbyterian Churches are visible. In the river at right is Council Island, reputed to be a gathering place for Native Americans before white settlers arrived. The road to Trout Creek proceeds up the valley at the top of the photo.Above: Thousands attended the last Old Home Day in Cannonsville in 1956, when the Community House - the old Cannonsville Hotel - was decked out in a giant American flag.
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Date Added Wednesday, December 4th, 2019 at 10:01am PST -08:00
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UTM (WGS84 Datum)18T E 473384 N 4658767
Decimal Degrees42.08053333, -75.32178333
Degrees and Decimal MinutesN 42° 4.832', W 75° 19.307'
Degrees, Minutes and Seconds42° 4' 49.92" N, 75° 19' 18.42" W
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