Monocacy Creek (Lehigh River)

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For the Schuylkill River tributary, see Monocacy Creek (Schuylkill River).
Monocacy Creek near downtown Bethlehem, 2007

Monocacy Creek (pronounced muh-naw-cuh-see) is a tributary of the Lehigh River in Northampton County, Pennsylvania in the United States.[1]

One of only 56 limestone streams in the state of Pennsylvania, the creek's headwaters lie in the slate belt, near the borough of Chapman.[1]

From Chapman, the Monocacy follows a 20.3-mile (32.7 km) course through the limestone Lehigh Valley, to its confluence with the Lehigh River in the city of Bethlehem.[1]

Monocacy Creek is not connected to the Monocacy River in Maryland.[1]

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  1. ^ a b c d Gertler, Edward. Keystone Canoeing, Seneca Press, 2004. ISBN 0-9749692-0-6

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Coordinates: 40°39′38″N 75°22′53″W / 40.66068°N 75.38138°W / 40.66068; -75.38138