The following organizations have provided the EnviroSci Inquiry development
team with literature, photographs and oral histories to be used in the
development of this
National Park Service Historical Corridor
Historic Catasaqua Preservation Society
Walnutport Lockkeepers Association
National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA)
Easton Historical Society
United States Geologgical Survey (USGS)
The SERVIT group at Lehigh University gratefully acknowledges the following
groups for permission to included annotated links to instructional resources
they have developed and for permission to modify previously developed
instructional resources for EnviroSci Inquiry:
The SERVIT Group (NC State)
HI-CE at the University of Michigam
CILT at the University of California - Berkeley
Vernier Software & Technology
Mark Mine, Too Cool for Grown Ups
Historical Resources Study: Delaware and Lehigh Canal National Heritage
Corridor and State Heritage Park. (1992). Unpublished manuscript prepared
Moore Historical Park and Museums.
Historical Resources Study.
Brenckman, F. (1912). History of Carbon County. Lehighton, PA: TN Printing.
Campion, J. (1997). Smokestacks and black diamonds : a history of Carbon
County, Pennsylvania. Easton: Canal History and Technology Press.
Fox, J., Hartman, T., Walters, C. & Godfrey G. (1987). Public Health
Assessment: Palmerton Zinc Pile. Retrieved June 29, 2000 from the World
Hall, K., & Hall, P. (1982). The Lehigh Valley: An Illustrated History.
California: Windsor Publications, Inc.
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June 30, 2000 from the World Wide Web http://www.tnonline.com/coalcracker/mollies.html.
MacArthur, J. (1999). The Walking Purchase. Retrieved June 29, 2000
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Miller, B. (2000). Lausanne Tunnel Project. Retrieved from the World
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Myers, R. (1981). Sketches of Early Bethlehem. Bethlehem: The Moravian
College Alumni Association.
Scholl, D. (1997). The History of Shad in the Lehigh River. Retrieved
June 29, 2000 from the World Wide Web. http://mgfx.com/fishing/assocs/drsfa/history.htm.
Smaby, (1988). The transformation of Moravian Bethlehem : from communal
mission to family economy. Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania
Urban, M. (1998). Pollution Study demonstrates how mine drainage harms
Lehigh River. Retrieved from the World Wide Web July 6, 2000.
Witcraft, (1927). Moravian settlement at Bethlehem, Pennsyvania 1740-1800.
Published Manuscript, University of Chicago.
Zagolfsky, A. (1997). Lehigh River & Canal at Jim Thorpe, PA. Retrieved
June 29, 2000 from the World Wide Web: http://www.enter.net/~lvcc/river.html