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Wyoming Valley

noun
1.
a valley in NE Pennsylvania, along the Susquehanna River: Indian massacre 1778.
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  • You have not forgotten what I told you about the mountain range, which shuts in Wyoming Valley on the east.

  • Wyoming gained its name from the settlers who went thither from Wyoming Valley, Pennsylvania.

    The Greater Republic Charles Morris
  • Electroactivity registers applied to the territory of the Wyoming Valley remain dead.

    Armageddon--2419 A.D. Philip Francis Nowlan
  • More than twenty years before the Revolution settlers began making their way into the Wyoming Valley.

  • "Then we go to the Wyoming Valley as straight and as fast as we can," said Henry.

    The Scouts of the Valley Joseph A. Altsheler
  • It was named after the Wyoming Valley, beyond which place it could not be traced, and where it presumably originated.

    The Grapes of New York U. P. Hedrick
  • Digging up the bones of their dead chiefs in 1748, they bore them away to new abodes in the Wyoming Valley of Pennsylvania.

    The Quaker Colonies Sydney G. Fisher
  • Then they saw them go into their last great camp at Tioga, preparatory to their swift descent upon the Wyoming Valley.

    The Scouts of the Valley Joseph A. Altsheler
  • And when the few letters were distributed he stood upon the steps and told the pitiful story of Wyoming Valley.

    Joscelyn Cheshire Sara Beaumont Kennedy
  • And yet this band, desperate though its case, was more fortunate than some of the others that fled from the Wyoming Valley.

    The Scouts of the Valley Joseph A. Altsheler

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