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Swatara, Minnesota Swatara is an unincorporated community in Macville Township, Aitkin County, Minnesota, United States. Although unincorporated, Swatara has a post office with the ZIP code 55785.
Swatara Creek Swatara Creek rises in the Appalachian Mountains in central Schuylkill County, north of the Sharp Mountain ridge, approximately west of Minersville. It then flows southwest in a winding course, passing south of Tremont, then cutting south through Second Mountain ridge. It passes through Swatara State Park then turns south to pass through Swatara Gap in the Blue Mountain ridge northwest of Lebanon. After emerging from the ridge it flows southwest, north of Hershey, past Hummelstown, and joins the Susquehanna at Middletown. It receives Quittapahilla Creek from the east north of Palmyra.
Swatara Creek Two ships in the United States Navy have been named USS "Swatara" after the creek:
Swatara Furnace Swatara Furnace is a historic iron furnace and national historic district located at Pine Grove Township, Schuylkill County, Pennsylvania. The district includes four contributing buildings and two contributing structure. They are the furnace (1830), stone dam breast (c. 1850), ironmaster's mansion (c. 1830, c. 1860, c. 1881, and c. 1969), barn (c. 1860), stone foreman's house (c. 1830), and stone worker's double house (c. 1830). The limestone furnace measures 29 feet, 7 inches, wide, 29 feet, 8 inches, deep, and 22 feet high.
Swatara Furnace It was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1991.
Swatara, Minnesota The community at one time was served by the Soo Line Railroad and had a railroad station.
Swatara Creek The name "Swatara" is said to derive from a Susquehannock word, "Swahadowry" or "Schaha-dawa", which means 'where we feed on eels'.
Swatara Creek On September 8, 2011, The creek reached a record height of 26.8 feet near Hershey, following devastating rains from Tropical Storm Lee and remnants of Hurricane Irene, the highest since measurements began in 1975. Farther upstream at the Harpers Tavern gauge, 24.60' was recorded, making it the worst flooding since 1889. The flooding caused thousands of people to be evacuated from their homes throughout Central Pennsylvania, and at least one death.
Swatara, Minnesota Swatara is located along Aitkin County Road 7 (610th Street) near the junction with County Road 29 (Osprey Avenue). Nearby places include Hill City, Remer, and Haypoint. U.S. 169 is nearby. Swatara is located in the northwest part of Aitkin County. It is 7 miles southwest of Hill City.
Swatara Creek Swatara Creek (nicknamed the Swattie) is a tributary of the Susquehanna River in east central Pennsylvania in the United States. It rises in the Appalachian Mountains in central Schuylkill County and passes through northwest Lebanon Valley before draining into the Susquehanna at Middletown.