2 edition of Historic south Jersey towns found in the catalog.
Historic south Jersey towns
William H. McMahon
|Statement||by William McMahon.|
|LC Classifications||F134 .M15|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 258 p.|
|Number of Pages||258|
|LC Control Number||65000669|
Salem County Heritage. Learn more Walnford This 18th century industrial village features a fully furnished circa mansion, an operating 19th century gristmill along the banks of Crosswicks Creek and several other well preserved historic buildings. Colonial period[ edit ] Between andnearly all of present-day South Jersey was part of the Province of West Jersey, shown in yellow. Satiate your hankering for a dose of the outdoors by hiking the nearby trails, or take a stroll downtown on the extra-wide sidewalks punctuated by benches, flowers and outdoor cafes.
Other great buildings in this 19th-century industrial village include the restored estate of Steven Vail, proprietor of the Speedwell Iron Works during the early s; as well as a wheelhouse, granary, and carriage house. Interview, 6 March Through interviewing their descendants, we have been able to get photographs and first hand accounts of many of our earlier residents. Those numbers don't even include the towns and hamlets that are part of municipalities, the Chatsworths, Mauricetowns and West Trentons of the world.
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Hendricks, Gordon. Getting there is half the fun; check out my list of New Jersey's most scenic drives. Byit operated miles of road Historic south Jersey towns book miles of track. Salem County Handbook. Between andin the early part of New Jersey's colonial periodthe border between West Jersey and East Jersey ran diagonally across the middle part of the state.
Inthe population center of the state was alongside Nenninger Lane in the western portion of East Brunswick which is also known as the "Heart of Middlesex Historic south Jersey towns book. Events and newletter page out-of-date. Miller, Diane. Website Millbrook Village Millbrook Village is a re-creation of a turn-of-the-century village.
Cumberland County Historical Society, This Palmetto State treasure emits a "Mayberry-esque" quality, despite its fast growth in recent years. Finally, enjoy a fun night out at the Boyce General Storewhere you can take a canning or baking class, or simply enjoy some live music at its "Pickin' on the Patio" event every other weekend in the summer.
It's a tradition in this Middlesex County town, where residents take turns hosting parties at their homes. You've got to love a town with weekly porch parties. Publication No. Of course, you'll probably need a place to stay, so score rooms at Turquoise Placewhich has a lazy river and a bar with some of the best Bushwackers in town.
An historic site can be enjoyed on a day trip or on an extended weekend getaway staying in a charming nearby bed and breakfast. Cumberland County Historical Society. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, Sharp, Francis H. This website features pictures of the lighthouse and surrounding gardens containing over different plants a virtual tour, a history of the lighthouse, information on upcoming events, and links to other NJ historic sites.
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Trenton: State Gazette, Truck-Farm Labor in New Jersey, Letter from George Abbott to the Director of the Census, Maurice River Town. Then, there are the newbies, like Biscuit Head get a Bloody Mary on the side to wash 'em down and The Anchoragewith a focus on seasonal, local ingredients.
As you stroll around the nearby town of Fairhope, you'll wonder why you didn't take an extra vacation day. West Cape May. Nest up at the Inn at USC where you can spend hours Historic south Jersey towns book on the wide wrap-around porch and feeling far removed from the hustle of city life, even though you're only a few blocks from plenty of Historic south Jersey towns book options and attractions, like the industrial Hunter-Gatherer Brewery and Alehouse.
In contrast, East Jersey had high proportions of Scottish and Dutch settlers. Mitsu Klos, Diana.Family-Friendly Walkable Towns in New Jersey. 8/10/18 If you’ve got book lovers in the family, The state-of-the-art South Orange Performing Arts Center, or SOPAC, is a downtown destination for visitors and features concerts, shows, children's theater and movies.
South Jersey towns, history and legend. [William H McMahon] Book: All Authors / Contributors: William H McMahon. Find more information about Land of Fenwick --Salem's historic taverns --The big cattle drive --Defenders of the bridge --The affair at Hancock House --Wistarburg Glass --Ferry Village --The patterned brick houses --Fort Mott.
It's All About the Pine Barrens! Historic Villages in the Pine Barrens. Far from being "barren", the Pine Barrens were once bustling with activity from lumber mills, iron forges and glass factories, and many villages sprang up as a result. (South) WHEATONARTS AND CULTURAL CENTER.May 11, · New Jersey has pdf many towns dating back hundreds of years (Swedesboro, South Orange, etc.), it would be impossible to include them all on this list.
Did you learn anything new? What other New Jersey towns would you be interested in learning the history of?Author: Kristen Koennemann.This is our growing list of Historical and Cultural Download pdf found in South Jersey. * * * Barclay Farmstead. Located in Cherry Hill and built in by Joseph Thorn, a Quaker farmer, the “farmhouse and surrounding acre property offers visitors an opportunity to observe and participate in the agrarian lifestyle that once dominated the South Jersey landscape.”.South Jersey is home to many ebook theater venues that Vote For Your Local People's Choice Award Nominees Support your favorite local arts groups, festivals, and venues by.