Shade Mountain

Shade Mountain

Shade Mountain (spr. Schehd Maunt'n), Gebirgszug des Appalachensystems im Staate Pennsylvanien (Nordamerika), erstreckt sich vom Juniata River nordöstlich nach dem Susquehanna River, bildet erst die Grenze zwischen den Grafschaften Mifflin u. Juniata u. geht dann in die Grafschaft Union über.

Pierer's Lexicon. 1857–1865.

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