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Wyalusing Rocks_6904_2:3 proportion_prints up to 16"x24"

The Susquehanna River meanders below the Wyalusing Rocks in Wyalusing in Bradford County, Pennsylvania. Historically, Wyalusing Rocks has been a lookout point since the valley was originally settled, and had been an important signaling point for the Iroquois: Native Americans regard it as a sacred place, and today it is a popular destination for locals and visitors. Photo by Mark A. Shephard

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The Susquehanna River meanders below the Wyalusing Rocks in Wyalusing in Bradford County, Pennsylvania. Historically, Wyalusing Rocks has been a lookout point since the valley was originally settled, and had been an important signaling point for the Iroquois: Native Americans regard it as a sacred place, and today it is a popular destination for locals and visitors. Photo by Mark A. Shephard