Definitions for wyoming valley
Random House Webster's College Dictionary
a valley in NE Pennsylvania, along the Susquehanna River: Indian massacre 1778.
Category: Geography (places)
The Nuttall Encyclopedia
a fertile valley in Pennsylvania, on the Susquehanna River, 20 m. long by 5 broad; it was the scene of a series of contests between rival settlers, when the last of them were set upon by an invading force, forced to surrender, and either massacred or driven forth from the valley; Campbell's "Gertrude of Wyoming" relates to this last disaster.
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