Lackawanna (from a Lenni Lenape word meaning "stream that forks") relates to several places in the United States:

  • Lackawanna, New York, a city in Erie County, New York
  • Lackawanna Coal Mine, a former mine turned museum in Scranton, Pennsylvania
  • Lackawanna College, a college in Scranton, Pennsylvania
  • Lackawanna County, Pennsylvania, a county in northeast Pennsylvania, of which the county seat is Scranton
  • Lackawanna River, a tributary of the Susquehanna River in northeastern Pennsylvania
  • Lackawanna State Forest, in northeastern Pennsylvania
  • Lackawanna State Park, in northeastern Pennsylvania
  • Lackawanna Steel Company, a former steel company that started in Scranton then moved to western New York
  • Lake Lackawanna, Byram Twp., Sussex County, NJ, a man made lake (circa 1911) and golf course owned by the Lake Lackawanna Investment Company

An extant railroad company in the United States:

Several former railroad companies in the United States:

  • Erie Lackawanna Railroad
  • Delaware, Lackawanna and Western Railroad, also known as the Lackawanna Railroad
  • Lackawanna and Bloomsburg Railroad
  • Lackawanna and Western Railroad
  • Lackawanna and Wyoming Valley Railroad

The arts:

  • The Lackawanna Valley, a circa 1855 painting by George Inness
  • Lackawanna Blues, a 2001 Ruben Santiago-Hudson play that became a 2005 television movie

Other articles related to "lackawanna":

Lackawanna Old Road
... The Lackawanna Old Road was part of the original mainline of the Delaware, Lackawanna and Western Railroad (DLW) in New Jersey ... It was relegated to secondary status after the 1911 completion of the Lackawanna Cut-Off, which was 11 miles (18 km) shorter ...
Lackawanna Steel Company - Lackawanna Steel in Popular Culture
... In 2001, the Tony Award-winning actor and playwright Ruben Santiago-Hudson wrote Lackawanna Blues, a one-man play which depicts a fictionalized ... of characters who work or worked at the Lackawanna Steel Co ...
Tina Gharavi - Expanding The Language of Storytelling - A Town Like Lackawanna (2002)
... backgrounds- who once worked in the former steel mining industry in Lackawanna, NY ... communities and the shift in attitudes since 9/11 following the arrest and trial of the Lackawanna 6 ...
Lackawanna Steel Company
... The Lackawanna Steel Company was an American steel manufacturing company that existed as an independent company from 1840 to 1922, and as a subsidiary of the Bethlehem Steel company from ... in 1902, it similarly led to the founding of the city of Lackawanna, New York ...