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Coordinates: Tocks Island is a small island located a short distance north of the Delaware Water Gap in the Delaware River between New Jersey and Pennsylvania. It is part of Hardwick Township, in Warren County, New Jersey.
The proposed construction of a dam across the Delaware River near the island by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers caused a major environmental controversy and protests over the forced condemnation of personal property that spanned over 25 years.
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