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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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CHAPTER 3:
NOTES

1Wacker, 63.

2Harry B. Weiss, Whaling in New Jersey (Trenton: New Jersey Agricultural Society, 1974), 20-22.

3Weiss, Whaling, 22.

4Weiss, Whaling, 29-31.

5Weiss, Whaling, 95.

6Boyer and Cunningham, 9-11.

7Rene de Kerchove, International Maritime Dictionary (New York: van Nostrand Reinhold Co., 1961), 600-01.

8Roger T. Trindell, "The Ports of Salem and Greenwich," New Jersey History 86 (Winter 1986), 201.

9Trindell, 200.

10Sickler, 63.

11Trindell, 203-11.

12Boyer and Cunningham, 47.

13Joyce van Vorst, "Coastal Trade," Cape May County Magazine of History and Genealogy 8 (1986), 445; Trindell, 203.

14Ruth Cook Brown, Early Shipbuilding Particularly in South Jersey (Cumberland County Historical Society, 1961), 5.

15Anne E. Witty, "The Oystering Fleet of Delaware Bay," Challenge of Folk Materials For New Jersey's Museums (1986), 95.

16Witty, 95.

17Witty, 96.

18Donald H. Rolf, Undersail: Dredgeboats of Delaware Bay. (Woodbine: McGregor & Warner, 1971), 39.

19Brown, 10.

20James M. McLaughlin, "Maritime History of Cape May County," Cape May County Magazine of History and Genealogy 7 (1980), 653-58.

21Rolf, 38.

22Rolf, 38.

23Parsons, 70.

24Parsons, 72.

25Parsons, 70-72.

26Witty, 98.

27"The Sturgeon and Caviar Industry at Penns Grove, New Jersey," The Way It Used To Be 2 (July 1989), 13.

28"Sturgeon and Caviar," 13.

29'Sturgeon and Caviar," 16.

30"Sturgeon and Caviar," 16.

31Margaret Louise Mints, The Great Wilderness (Millville: Wheaton Historical Association, 1968), 53.

32Stephen W. Hitchcock and William R. Curtsinger, "Fragile Nurseries of the Sea: Can We Save Our Salt Marshes," National Geographic 141 (June 1972), 736.

33Joe Dobarro and Bill Figley, New Jersey's Blue Crab (Port Republic: Division of Fish, Game and Wildlife, 1985), 2-6.

34Dobarro and Figley, 7.

35Within the New Jersey Coastal Heritage Trail but outside the area of this study, the Sandy Hook Lighthouse (1764) is noteworthy as the only extant pre-Revolutionary light and because it is an octagonal structure. Holland, 16, 19.

36Harrison, 121.

37Fenwick's Colony 112-13.

38F. Ross Holland, Great American Lighthouses. (Washington: Preservation Press, 1989), 144.

39National Register of Historic Places nomination.

40Holland, 146-47.

41U.S. Coast Survey, 1842-43.








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