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New Jersey Small Business Assistance Handbook By IBP USA
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New Jersey Small Business Assistance Handbook By IBP USA
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New Jersey Small Business Assistance Handbook
Hervey's Boys: New Jersey's First Chinese Community By Neal Stoffers
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This is a history of New Jersey's first Chinese community which existed in present day North Arlington between 1870 and 1886. The final chapter has a summary of the Chinese-American experience in New... More > Jersey from 1886 to the present.< Less
Greetings from Atlantic City, New Jersey By Allen Beilschmidt Sr.
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In 'Greetings from Atlantic City, New Jersey.' Allen Beilschmidt, Sr. gives us life at New Jersey's playground. From the streets to the boardwalk we are transported to the world of Casinos and urban... More > living a-like with stunning image after image. Here is a book you will glance through again and again.< Less
New Jersey State Parks: History and Facts By Kevin Woyce
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Some of New Jersey's most exciting history can be found in our more than two dozen State Parks. Names such as Wawayanda and Hopatcong remind us of the Lenape, or "Original People." Historic... More > battlefields recall New Jersey's perilous years as "the crossroads of the American Revolution." Abandoned forges still speak of our first great industry, and we can trace the beginnings of our transportation network in the paths of the Morris and the Delaware and Raritan Canals. From the top of New Jersey's highest mountain to our last undeveloped beaches, discover the stories of our parks: who called them home in the past, what happened in and around them, and how they have been preserved for generations of visitors. Illustrated throughout with original black and white photographs of New Jersey's historic landmarks, parks, and scenic wonders.< Less
Iron Mine Railroads of Northern New Jersey By Larry Lowenthal
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Larry Lowenthal's classic 1981 book has been republished by the Tri-State Railway Historical Society (www.TriStateRail.org). This is the authoritative work on the mining region of northern New Jersey... More > and the railroads that served them. Railroads in this region, like the Lackawanna and Central Railroad of New Jersey and their predecessors, greatly influenced the communities they served. Towns like Chester and Rockaway grew up around the railroads and mines that sustained them, and this book is a record of their combined history and eventual decline.< Less
Railborne Trash and Waste Containers of New Jersey By David Casdorph
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Identifies over 12,000 rail-hauled containers in Municipal Solid Waste (MSW), trash, C&D and "dirty dirt" service seen on trains in New Jersey and throughout the Northeastern U.S.... More > Ninety-six B&W illustrations.< Less
History of the College of New Jersey, at Princeton. Vol.1 By John Maclean, D.D.
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Hard Cover Version. Reprint of John Maclean's 1877 History of the College of New Jersey ( Princeton University) Volume 1 of 2. Dr. Maclean was the Tenth President. This highly recommended history... More > of the founding, purpose, and corporate life of what is now Princeton University. Originally chartered as the "College of New Jersey". Drawing on ancient spiritual traditions,Princeton was much more than a school, it was a substantial "nursery" for the expansion of education into Theology combined with Science, and for the high drama of the Experiment in Self-Rule" known as the American Revolution, the blessings of which we still enjoy today. The lists of all the graduates and the multitude of high government offices they held makes this a "must read" for anyone studying American government. After all, the original purpose was, according to Richard Stockton, to "Prepare youth for public service to Church and State"[ pg 253 ]. Hebrew, Greek, and Latin all taught to this end.< Less
History of the College of New Jersey, at Princeton. Vol.1 By John Maclean, D.D.
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Hard Cover Version. Reprint of John Maclean's 1877 History of the College of New Jersey ( Princeton University) Volume 1 of 2. Dr. Maclean was the Tenth President. This highly recommended history... More > of the founding, purpose, and corporate life of what is now Princeton University. Originally chartered as the "College of New Jersey". Drawing on ancient spiritual traditions,Princeton was much more than a school, it was a substantial "nursery" for the expansion of education into Theology combined with Science, and for the high drama of the Experiment in Self-Rule" known as the American Revolution, the blessings of which we still enjoy today. The lists of all the graduates and the multitude of high government offices they held makes this a "must read" for anyone studying American government. After all, the original purpose was, according to Richard Stockton, to "Prepare youth for public service to Church and State"[ pg 253 ]. Hebrew, Greek, and Latin all taught to this end.< Less
SMITH, CAMPBELL & EAGLES FAMILIES OF NEWARK, NEW JERSEY By An Irwin Family History Book
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This updated 2013 book is about the ancestors of Helen May Smith who in 1910 married Samuel Mark Hershey. Helen's daughters were Eleanor Hershey Gribbel and Gladys Hershey Irwin. Helen's parents were... More > Charlotte (Campbell) and Howard A. Smith both of Newark, New Jersey. Howard A. Smith was a well known bike builder in Newark. Charlotte parents were Charlotte (Eagles) and David Campbell. David Campbell was a very successful businessman in New Jersey during the period of 1840 to 1891. He also was the president of the Mount Tabor Camp Meeting, Mount Tabor, NJ for nearly ten years. David Campbell's life story is most interesting. Full details included on the Howard A. Smith, David Campbell and Eagles family lines all from Newark, NJ.< Less

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