Sewern. An artificial channel or conduit, now usually covered and underground, for carrying off and discharging waste water and the refuse from houses and towns.
O'Brien, Miles. "Crumbling Pipes and Underground Waste: A Glimpse at Our Nation's Ailing Sewer System." PBS, January 4, 2013. Youtube Video, 11:06. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aQSHsuZrccM/
Spirn, Anne Whiston. The Buried River. https://wplp.net/stories/the-buried-river.html
Texts and other related media
Pinkham, Richard, and Rocky Mountain Institute. Daylighting : New Life for Buried Streams. Old Snowmass, Co.: Rocky Mountain Institute, 2000. https://d231jw5ce53gcq.cloudfront.net/wp-content/uploads/2017/05/RMI_Document_Repository_Public-Reprts_W00-32_Daylighting.pdf
Raver, Anne. “Where the Water Was” Landscape Architecture Magazine, October 2018. https://landscapearchitecturemagazine.org/2018/11/16/where-the-water-was/
Raver, Anne. “Where the Water Was.” Image. Landscape Architecture Magazine, October 2018. https://landscapearchitecturemagazine.org/2018/11/16/where-the-water-was/
Spirn, Anne Whiston. “Reclaiming Common Ground: Water, Neighborhoods, and Public Spaces," in Robert Fishman, ed., The American Planning Tradition. Woodrow Wilson Press and Johns Hopkins University Press, 2000: xx.
Spirn, Anne Whiston. "Restoring Mill Creek: Landscape Literacy, Environmental Justice and City Planning and Design." Landscape Research 30, no. 3 (2005): 395-413. http://citeseerx.ist.psu.edu/viewdoc/download?doi=10.1.1.534.9126&rep=rep1&type=pdf
Spirn, Anne Whiston. The West Philadelphia Landscape Project Website. https://wplp.net/
Wilson Center. “The American Planning Tradition: Culture and Policy.” Image. Wilson Center, 2000. https://www.wilsoncenter.org/book/the-american-planning-tradition-culture-and-policy