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Cocolamus Creek

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Cocolamus Creek

For the community named Cocolamus, see Cocolamus, Pennsylvania.

Cocolamus Creek is a 22.1-mile-long (35.6 km)[1] tributary of the Juniata River in Juniata and Perry counties, Pennsylvania, in the United States.

Cocolamus Creek joins the Juniata River approximately 0.9 mile (1.4 km) downstream of the borough of Millerstown, approximately 16.5 miles (27 km) upstream of the Susquehanna River.


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