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Contents

Acknowledgements

Chapter 1
Introduction

Chapter 2
Urban Development

Chapter 3
Maritime Activity

Chapter 4
Agriculture

Chapter 5
Industry

Chapter 6
Transportation

Chapter 7
Education

Chapter 8
Religion

Chapter 9
Social/Cultural

Chapter 10
Recommendations

Appendix 1
Patterned Brick Houses

Appendix 2
Stack Houses

Appendix 3
Existing Documentation

Bibliography





SOUTHERN NEW JERSEY and the DELAWARE BAY
Historic Themes and Resources within the
New Jersey Coastal Heritage Trail Route
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SOURCES CONSULTED


General

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National Register of Historic Places nominations: Bridgeton Historic District, Cumberland County; Salem Historic District, Salem County; Greenwich Historic District, Cumberland County; Dennisville Historic District, Cape May County; Hancock House, Salem County; Old Stone Church, Cumberland County; Old Broad Street Presbyterian Church/Cemetery, Cumberland County; Deerfield Pike Toll Gate House, Cumberland County; Finn's Point Rear Range Light, Salem County; Fishing Creek School, Cape May County.

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Wright, John, ed. Atlas of the Historical Geography of the United States. Washington: Carnegie Institution of Washington, 1932.

Wright, William, ed. Economic and Social History of Colonial New Jersey. Trenton: New Jersey Historical Commission, 1973.


Agriculture

Abbott, Edward, Sr. "The History of Abbotts Dairies." Salem County Historical Society Newsletter 31, September 1986: 5-7.

Bonilla-Santiago, Gloria. "A Case Study of Puerto Rican Migrant Farmworkers Organizational Effectiveness in New Jersey." Ph.D. Dissertation, University of New York, 1986.

Fifty Years of Service to Agriculture: Being a Brief History of the New Jersey State Agricultural Experiment Station 1880-1930. New Brunswick: State Agricultural Experiment Station, 1930.

First Annual Report of the New Jersey State Board of Agriculture. Trenton: State Gazette, 1874.

Hogarty, Richard. New Jersey Farmers and Migrant Housing Rules. Bobbs-Merrill Co., 1966.

Johnson, Amandus. Swedes and Finns in New Jersey. Bayonne: Jersey Printing Co., 1938.

Miller, Diane. "Roots: He Watched Family Business Grow," Today's Sunbeam 15 August 1984: 1.

Motolinsky, Melvyn. "Migrant Farm Labor in New Jersey: An Historical Analysis." B.A. thesis, Rutgers University, 1964.

Salem, New Jersey. Abbott Family papers. Letter from George Abbott to the Director of the Census, 1920.

U.S. Department of Agriculture. Bureau of Agricultural Economics. Adjustments on Truck Crop Farms in the Cedarville Area of Cumberland County, New Jersey, by Richard G. Wheeler and John W. Carncross. Preliminary Report. Washington, D.C.: GPO, 1941.

_______. Bureau of Agricultural Economics. Farmers' Attitudes Toward Various Types of Farm Laborers. Washington D.C.: GPO, 1943.

_______. Farmers' Bulletin. Establishing Cranberry Fields by George M. Darrow, Henry J. Franklin, and O.G. Malde. Bulletin No. 1400. Washington, D.C.: GPO, 1924.

_______. Farmers' Bulletin. "Tomatoes as a Truck Crop." Bulletin No. 1338. Washington, D.C.: GPO, [n.d.],

_______. Office of the Secretary. Systems of Renting Truck Farms in South-Western New Jersey,, by Howard A. Turner. Professional Paper Bulletin No. 411. Washington, D.C.: GPO, 1916.

_______. Farmers' Bulletin. Truck-Farm Labor in New Jersey, 1922. by Josiah C. Folsom, Department Bulletin No. 1285. Washington, D.C.: GPO, 1925.

U.S. Department of Labor. Children's Bureau. Work of Children on Truck and Small-Fruit Farms in Southern New Jersey, by James J. Davis and Grace Abbott. Publication No. 132. Washington, D.C.: GPO, 1924.

Van Vorst, Joyce. "Cedar Swamp Creek Meadow Company." Cape May County Magazine of History and Genealogy, 1989: 211-20.

Weiss, Harry B. and Weiss, Grace M. Some Early Industries of New Jersey. Trenton: New Jersey Agricultural Society, 1965.

Woodward, Carl R. The Development of Agriculture in New Jersey, 1640-1880. New Brunswick: Rutgers University Press, 1927.


Architecture

Bassett, William. Historic American Buildings Survey of New Jersey. Newark: New Jersey Historical Society, 1977.

Condit, Carl W. American Building. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1968.

Glassie, Henry. "Eighteenth Century Cultural Process in Delaware Valley Folk Building." Winterthur Portfolio 7, 1972: 29-58.

Gowans, Alan. Architecture in New Jersey. Princeton: D. Van Nostrand Co., 1964.

Jakle, John A. "The American Gasoline Station, 1920-1970." Journal of American Culture 1, Spring 1978: 520-42.

Jalde, John A., et al. Common Houses in America's Small Towns: The Atlantic Seaboard to the Mississippi Valley,. Athens: University of Georgia Press, 1989.

Love, Paul. "Patterned Brickwork in Southern New Jersey." Proceedings of the New Jersey, Historical Society 73, July 1955: 182-208.

McAlester, Virginia, and McAlester, Lee. A Field Guide to American Houses. New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 1989.

Noble, Alan. Wood, Brick and Stone: The North American Landscape. 2 Volumes. Amherst: University of Massachusetts Press, 1984.

Register of Historic Sites of Structures in Millville. Millville: Chamber of Commerce, [n.d.],

Riesenweber, Julie. "'He May Furnish His House': House Plans and Room Use in the Vernacular Dwellings of Salem County, New Jersey, 1700-1774." In The Challenge of Folk Materials for New Jersey's Museums conference proceedings. Museums Council of New Jersey, 1986: 81-88.

Schwartz, Helen. The New Jersey House. New Brunswick: Rutgers University Press, 1983.

Sculle, Keith A. "The Vernacular Gasoline Station: Examples from Illinois and Wisconsin." Journal of Cultural Geography Spring-Summer 1979: 56-74.

Sickler, Joseph. The Old Houses of Salem County. Salem: Sunbeam Publishing Co., 1949.

Thomas, George E. and Doebley, Carl. Cape May, Queen of the Seaside Resorts: History and Architecture. Philadelphia: Art Alliance Press, 1976.


Education

Buck, J. Robert, et al. Bridgeton Education Story. Bridgeton: Tricentennial Education Committee, 1987.

Burr, Nelson R. Education in New Jersey, 1630-1871. Princeton: Princeton University Press, 1942.

Chew, William. Salem County Handbook. Salem: Salem National Banking Co., 1903.

Fenton, Bill. "City's Public School Keep Pace With Progress." Millville News. 25 February 1991: 22.

Gulliford, Andrew. America's Country Schools. Washington, D.C.: Preservation Press, 1984.

Murray, David. History of Education in New Jersey. Washington, D.C.: GPO, 1899.

Woody, Thomas. Quaker Education in the Colony and State of New Jersey: A Source Book. Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania, 1923.

Wright, Marion Manola (Thompson). The Education of Negroes in New Jersey. New York: Columbia University, 1941.


Ethnicity/Folklore

Boynton, Maria. "Springtown, New Jersey: Explorations in the History and Culture of a Black Rural Community." Ph.D. dissertation, University of Pennsylvania, 1986.

Cohen, David Steven. The Folklore and Folklife of New Jersey. New Brunswick: Rutgers University Press, 1983.

Moonsammy, Rita Zorn; Cohen, David Steven; and Williams, Lorraine E., eds. Pinelands Folklife. New Brunswick: Rutgers University Press, 1987.

Steward, Theophilus G. Gouldtown: A Very Remarkable Settlement Of Ancient Date. Philadelphia: J.B. Lippincott Co., 1913.

Starr, Dennis J. The Italians of New Jersey: A Historical Introduction and Bibliography. Newark: New Jersey Historical Society, 1985.

Stellhorn, Paul A., ed. New Jersey's Ethnic Heritage. Trenton: New Jersey Historical Commission, 1978.

Tuohy, Cyril. "Black History Lesson." Salem Sunbeam, 10 February 1991: 1.

Wright, Giles. Afro-Americans in New Jersey: A Short History. Trenton: New Jersey Historical Commission, 1988.


Industry

Abrahams, Harold J. "The Sorghum Sugar Experiment at Rio Grande." Proceedings of the New Jersey Historical Society April 1965: 118-36.

Bisbee, Henry H. The New Jersey Business. Burlington: Revell Press, 1963.

Borders, Lisa. "New Technology Boosts Industrial Sand Plant." Millville Daily 3 December 1984: n.p.

Boyd's Directory of Salem and Gloucester Counties, 1899-1900. Philadelphia: C.E. Howe Co., 1899.

Boyd's Directory of Salem and Gloucester Counties, 1903-1904. Philadelphia: C.E. Howe Co., 1902.

Boyer, Charles S. Early Forges and Furnaces in New Jersey. Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania, 1931.

Bridgeton and Salem Directory for 1877. Bridgeton: J.H. Lant, 1877.

Cox, Arthur J. and Malim, Thomas. Ferracute: The History of an American Enterprise. Bridgeton: Cowan Printing Inc., 1985.

Ellis, Roland. "Windmills: The Ugly Ducklings of Cape May County." The Cape May County Magazine of History and Genealogy 4, June 1959: 191-201.

Geology of the County of Cape May, State of New Jersey. Trenton: Office of the True American, 1857.

Industrial Directory of New Jersey. Camden: S. Chew and Sons, 1909.

Industries of New Jersey: Cumberland, Salem, Gloucester, Atlantic, Camden and Cape May Counties. Philadelphia: Historical Publishing Co., 1882.

Jones, Jean. "Millville Manufacturing Company: A Foundation For Industry." Millville News (25 February 1991), 18.

Kirkbride, Stacy B. Kirkbride's New Jersey Business Directory. Trenton: Kirkbride, 1850.

Mounier, R. Alan and Wheaton Historical Association. "Survey of Historic Glass Factories in Southern New Jersey." Museum of American Glass, September 1982. (Typed manuscript).

Pepper, Adeline. The Glass Gaffers of New Jersey. New York: Charles Scribner and Sons, 1971.

Pettifer, Donald. "Glass Folk Art in New Jersey." Challenge of Folk Materials For New Jersey's Museums 1986: 78-80.

"Retires After Half Century In Sand Industry." Bridgeton Dollar Weekly. 1886: n.p.

Salem County Directory for 1872. Salem: J.H. Lant, 1872.

"Sand Mining Plays Vital Role In County." Bridgeton Evening News 8 June 1954: n.p.

Sim, Mary B. Commercial Canning in New Jersey. Trenton: New Jersey Agricultural Society, 1951.

Weiss, Harry B. and Weiss, Grace M. Early Brickmaking in New Jersey. Trenton: New Jersey Agricultural Society, 1966.

Weiss, Harry B. and Sim, Robert J. Early Grist and Flouring Mills of New Jersey. Trenton: New Jersey Agricultural Society, 1956.


Maritime Activities

Brown, Ruth Cook. Early Shipbuilding Particularly in South Jersey. Cumberland County Historical Society, 1961.

Chiarappa, Michael J. "Where Land and Water Meet: Buildings and Community Space of Delaware Bay Oystering." Paper presented at the Vernacular Architecture Forum, Lexington, Kentucky, June 1990.

Dobarro, Joe and Figley, Bill. New Jersey's Blue Crab. Division of Fish, Game and Wildlife, 1985.

Dumont, William H. Shucking Oysters: One of New Jersey's Growing Industries. New Brunswick: New Jersey Agricultural Experiment Stations, 1925.

Frazer, Alan D., and Yarnall, Wayne. New Jersey Under Sail. Newark: New Jersey Historical Society, 1982.

Hancock, Sarah Sheppard. The Story of the Cohansey River. Cumberland County Historical Society. [n.d.]

_______. The Story of ShipJohn and the Pirates that Roamed the Waters in Delaware Bay Long Ago. Cumberland County Historical Society, [n.d.],

Hitchcock, Stephen W. and Curtsinger, William R. "Can We Save Our Salt Marshes?" National Geographic 6 (Vol. 141), June 1972: 729-65.

Holland, F. Ross. Great American Lighthouses. Washington: Preservation Press, 1989.

Kerchove, Rene de. International Maritime Dictionary. New York: Van Nostrand Reinhold, 1961.

McLaughlin, James M. "Maritime History of Cape May County." The Cape May County Magazine of History and Genealogy 7, 1980: 653-58.

Moonsammy, Rita Zorn. "Smart Boats, Able Captains: The Schooner as Metaphor." New Jersey Folklife 12, 1987.

Perkins, Earle B. The Story of an Oyster. Atlantic City: New Jersey Shell Fisheries, 1931.

Rolfs, Donald H. Undersail: Dredgeboats of Delaware Bay. Woodbine: McGregor and Werner, 1971.

"The Sturgeon and Caviar Industry at Penns Grove, New Jersey." The Way It Used To Be II, July 1989: 11-17.

Trindell, Roger T. "The Ports of Salem and Greenwich in the Eighteenth Century." New Jersey History 86, Winter 1968: 199-215.

Vanaman, Herbert W. Maurice River Town. Vineland: Standard Publishing Co., 1976.

_______. A River of Many Names, an Ancient Ship and Disaster. Cumberland County Historical Society, n.d.

Van Vorst, Joyce. "The Coastal Trade." The Cape May County Magazine of History and Genealogy 8, 1986: 444-50.

Weiss, Harry B. Whaling in New Jersey. Trenton: New Jersey Agricultural Society, 1974.

Witty, Anne E. "The Oystering Fleet of Delaware Bay." The Challenge of Folk Materials for New Jersey's Museums. 1986: 94-102.


Military History

McConnick, Earl L. "Without Honor—War on the Homefront—The Untold Story of German POWs in Bridgeton and Fairton During World War II." South Jersey Magazine. Winter 1990.

Strum, Harvey. "South Jersey and the War of 1812." The Cape May County Magazine of History and Genealogy 9, 1987: 4-21.


Religion

Morgan, J.H. Morgan's History of the New Jersey Conference of the A.M.E. Church. Camden: S. Chew, 1887.


Social and Cultural

Alexander, Robert Crozer. Ho! For Cape Island. Cape May: Robert Crozer Alexander, 1956.

_______. "Steamer Republic for Cape May." Cape May County Magazine of History and Genealogy, June 1962: 327-41.

Chestnut, Bill. "Twisted Tale of the Pretzel Ride." South Jersey Magazine, Spring 1990: 2-4.

_______. The Rediscovery of Tumbling Dam Amusement Park. Bridgeton. New Jersey. Bridgeton: Bridgeton Antiquarian League, 1989.

"Good Times: Memories of Sea Breeze Linger On." Bridgeton Evening News, 5 September 1990): Sec. 3, 3A.

Hendricks, Gordon. The Life and Works of Thomas Eakins, New York: Grossman Publishers, 1974.

Weiss, Harry B. and Weiss, Grace M. Early Sports and Pastimes in New Jersey. Trenton: Past Times Press, 1960.

Wood, Jonathan. "Ferris Wheel At Union Lake Park?" Millville News 25 February 1991: 32.


Transportation

Alexander, Robert C. "Steamer Republic for Cape May." Cape May County Magazine of History and Genealogy 5, June 1962: 328-31.

Automobile Blue Book 1920. Baltimore: Auto Blue Book Publishing Co., 1920.

Bridgeton Chronicle. 1874-1900.

Chew, Sinnickson. "Salem-Pennsville-New Castle Line was Earliest Local Rail Dream." Today's Sunbeam, 12 April 1984: 5.

Daily Pioneer May 1917.

Good Roads Year Book. Washington, D.C.: American Highway Association, 1910-17.

Industries of New Jersey: Cumberland, Salem, Gloucester, Atlantic, Camden and Cape May Counties. Philadelphia: Historical Publishing Co., 1882.

Jones, Jean. "Conrail to Rehabilitate Rail Lines for $500,000." Millville Daily. 10 September 1982: n.p.

Lane, Wheaton J. From Indian Trail to Iron Horse: Travel and Transportation in New Jersey 1620-1860. Princeton: Princeton University Press, 1939.

"Methods of Highway Administration in the Different States." Good Roads July 1910: 249.

Miller, Neil C. "Salem-Penns Grove Trolley Proves To Be Mixed Blessing For County Residents." Today's Sunbeam, 24 August 1977: n.p.

Mitsu Klos, Diana. "Cumberland Short Line Keeps An American Tradition Alive." Daily Journal, 5 July 1988: A6.

Neumann, Mark. "Conrail Drops Seabrook Line." Bridgeton Evening News. 17 June 1982: 1.

Official Good Roads Yearbook of the United States. Washington, D.C.: Colorado Building, 1914.

Senstrom, Bernie. Mayor of Pennsville, New Jersey. Interview, 6 March 1991.

Sharp, Francis H. 'Winchester and Western Railroad Stays on Track." Bridgeton Evening News, l November 1988: 9.

"Trolley Cars Running Since 1893 Cease Operation." Bridgeton Dollar Weekly 15 June 1922.

U.S. Department of Agriculture. Office of Road Inquiry. State Aid to Road-Building in New Jersey by Edward Burrough, Bulletin No. 9. Washington, D.C.: GPO, 1894.

Vanneman, William. "Busy Days in the Old Railroad Office." Today's Sunbeam n.d.: 1.

Wacker, Peter O. Land and People: A Cultural Geography of Preindustrial New Jersey: Origins and Settlement Patterns. New Brunswick: Rutgers University Press, 1975.


Urban Development

Hancock, Sarah Sheppard. The Story of Greenwich. Cumberland County Historical Society, [n.d.].


Historic Photographs

Dale Wettstein Collection. Millville: Steelman Photographics.

William F. Augustine Collection. Special Collections and Archives: Rutgers University.


County/Regional Atlases

Historical Atlas of Cumberland County. New Jersey. Philadelphia: Everts Publishing Co., 1876.

Combination Atlas Map of Salem and Gloucester Counties, New Jersey. Philadelphia: Everts and Stewart, 1876.

Richards, Horace G. A Book Of Maps of Cape May, 1610-1878. Cape May: Cape May Geographic Society, 1954.


Maps/Surveys

Historic American Buildings Survey/Historic American Engineering Record Collection

"New England, New York, Pennsylvania, and New Jersey in 1685." Engraving by Nikolaus Visscher, Library of Congress.

"New York and New Jersey in 1776." Engraving by William Faden. Reproduction by Historic Urban Plans (Ithaca, 1975), original in the New York State Historical Association at Cooperstown.

Sanborn Fire Insurance Maps:
   Bridgeton, Cumberland County, June 1886
   Millville, Cumberland County, July 1886
   Pennsville, Salem County, 1923
   Port Norris, Cumberland County, May 1920
   Salem, Salem County, July 1885

U.S. Coast Survey:*
   Map of the Peninsula of Cape May, NJ (No. T-149), 1842; 1:10,000 scale
         (No. T-153), 1842; 1:10,000 scale
         (No. T-155), 1842; 1:20:000 scale
         (No. T-157), 1842; 1:20:000 scale
   New Jersey Shore of Delaware Bay (No. T-1549a), 1883; 1:20,000 scale
   New Jersey Shore of Delaware Bay (No. T-1549b), 1884; 1:20,000 scale
   New Jersey Shore of Delaware Bay (No. T-1661), 1884-85; 1:20,000 scale

("Descriptive Reports," or field notes, that typically accompany surveys ca. 1860s-80s were not located for this area)


Research Facilities

Libraries

National Level
Library of Congress, Washington, D.C.
National Agricultural Library, U.S. Department of Agriculture, Beltsville, Maryland

State/University Level
University of Delaware - Special Collections, Newark, Delaware
Rutgers University - Special Collections, Alexander Library, New Brunswick, New Jersey
Rutgers University - Cook College, New Brunswick, New Jersey
Princeton University, Special Collections, Princeton, New Jersey
Trenton State Library and Archives

County and Local Level
Cumberland County Historical Society, Pirate House, Greenwich
Salem County Historical Society, Salem
Cape May County Historical and Genealogical Society, Cape May Court House
Millville Historical Society, Millville
Pennsville Historical Society, Pennsville
Bridgeton Public Library, Bridgeton
Cape May County Library, Cape May Court House
Center for the Lenni Lenape Indians, Bridgeton
Wheaton Village Library, Millville
Cedarville Public Library, Lawrence Township Historical Society Collection, Cedarville

Private Collections
Ed Abbott, Jr. - Abbott Family Collection
William Gehring - Collection of Papers and Historical Documents

Jay Gandy - Papers of Ferracute Machine Company
Al Huber - Maps documenting location of past oyster fields
Clem Sutton - Oral history of muskrating, meadows and watermen activities
Richard King - Collection of books on South Jersey








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