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Excerpt from Upland and Meadow: A Poaetquissings Chronicle
Now, as a matter of fact, there are not so many creeks, on the Jersey side, emptying into the Delaware between the falls and the capes, as Lindstrom mentions or Campanius describes in detail, and we can only con clude that two or more names refer, in some cases, to the same stream, or the creek and the land it drained were known by different names. In either case, we have left us no alternative but to guess which is which.
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