- a river in E Pennsylvania, flowing SW and SE into the Delaware River. 103 miles (165 km) long.
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Contemporary Examples of lehigh
His fellow panelists were the Brady Campaign's Dan Gross, The Atlantic's Jeffrey Goldberg, and LeHigh University's James Peterson.Face the Nation
December 16, 2012
But Lehigh University Professor James Peterson says that only applies if justice for Trayvon actually is achieved in the end.Sanford Frets About Prospect of Riots Over Trayvon Martin Killing
March 30, 2012
In July of this year, investigators met with the Lehigh County Coroner and Forensic Pathologist Samuel Land.The Pastor's Disappearing Wives
September 15, 2010
I wound up getting a gun stuck in my mouth at 4th and Lehigh (in North Philadelphia) over $10.Get Me My Legal Heroin
June 13, 2010
Historical Examples of lehigh
The Lehigh Valley Railroad rearrangement was more complicated.Railroads: Rates and Regulations
William Z. Ripley
It lies in a valley at the junction of the Delaware and Lehigh.Travels Through North America, v. 1-2
Berhard Saxe-Weimar Eisenach
This is the confluence with the Lehigh, known in early times as the "Forks of the Delaware."
This name was shortened to Lecha, and afterwards became the Lehigh.
These were the two leaders in developing the Lehigh coal trade.