VALLEY FORGE NATIONAL PARK
REFERENCES and LINKS
Valley Forge National Park is a fun place to visit on foot, bike, or horseback. I enjoy mountain bike riding and took most of these photographs while bike riding with my sister along the multi-use trails that run throughout the park. Thanks, Amy, for holding my gear and for putting up with many stops during our ride!
- Kious, W. Jacquelyne and Tilling, Robert I., 1996, This Dynamic Earth: The Story of Plate Tectonics, http://pubs.usgs.gov/publications/text/dynamic.html.
- Wiswall, C. Gil, 1993, Pennsylvania Trail of Geology, Valley Forge National Historical Park: The Geologic History, Pennsylvania State Park Guide Number 8.
- The National Park Service website to Valley Forge National Park is located at http://parks.yahoo.com//parks/parks/vafo/.
- The Pennsylvania Topographic & Geologic Survey website is located at http://www.dcnr.state.pa.us/topogeo/indexbig.htm.
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