^"After 229 years, Swiftwater Inn to close its doors for good". Pocono Record. May 13, 2007. Retrieved 2009-10-31. In the 1890s, a Brooklyn man suffering from cholera came to the Poconos and bedded down at the Swiftwater Inn to recover. There he met, fell in love with and married the innkeeper's daughter. He married well. His wife had inherited a large sum of money and some land across from the inn. The man, a physician, recovered. As a bacteriolologist, he used the land to open a lab, Pocono Biological Laboratories.
^"New and Old Ways to Make Flu Vaccines". National Public Radio. November 8, 2007. Retrieved 2009-10-31. Today in Your Health, new and old ways to make vaccines. If you've gotten your annual flu shot, chances are it was manufactured in a small Pennsylvania town called Swiftwater. That's home to the biggest flu vaccine plant in the country.