National Geographic : 1950 Jul
99 Josephl Ilogarthi Fast Action Near Nanticoke: Susque Gets a Taste of "Water with a Head on It" White water is a rarity on the summer Susquehanna. Only at two or three places did the voyagers find dangerous rapids. Yet the river's 1,194-foot drop created a steady current which carried them along, provided many a thrill, and at least one spill. Tilbury Knob looks down on the rocky chute where the Susquehanna pours from Pennsylvania's Wyoming Valley.