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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





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CHAPTER 6:
NOTES

1Wacker, 70.

2Wacker, 70-71.

3Wheaton J. Lane, From Indian Trail to Iron Horse: Travel and Transportation in New Jersey, 1620-1860 (Princeton: Princeton University Press, 1939), 20-23.

4Lane, 23-40.

5Lane, 23.

6Lane, 35.

7Lane, 39.

8Lane, 40.

9Cushing and Sheppard, 331-33.

10Mulford, 20-21.

11Sickler, 52-54.

12Lucius Q.C. Elmer, History of the Early Settlement and Progress of Cumberland County, New Jersey (Bridgeton: George F. Nixon, 1869), 73, 80-81; Mulford, 21-22.

13Mulford, 58-59.

14Lane, 91-92; Elmer, 84.

15Lane, 156.

16Lane, 156-57.

17National Register of Historic Places nomination.

18Lane, 153-69.

19Lane, 210.

20Lane, 209-11.

21Brown, 9.

22Robert C. Alexander, "Steamer Republic for Cape May," Cape May County Magazine of History and Genealogy 5 (June 1962), 328-29.

23Alexander, "Steamships," 212.

24Historical Atlas of Cumberland County, New Jersey (Philadelphia: D.J. Stewart, 1876), n.p.

25Alexander, "Steamships," 212.

26Combination Atlas Map of Salem and Gloucester Counties, New Jersey (Philadelphia: Everts and Stewart, 1876), n.p.

27Bridgeton Chronicle, 1874-1900; Lane, 398.

28Cushing and Sheppard, 97-98.

29Cushing and Sheppard, 98; Map of the Railroad of New Jersey (Philadelphia: J.L. Smith, 1871), n.p.

30Millville, New Jersey, Centennial Souvenir, 1866-1966. (Millville: Millville Centennial Corp., 1966), n.p.

31Francis H. Sharp, "Winchester and Western Railroad Stays on Track," Bridgeton Evening News (1 November 1988), 9.

32Cushing and Sheppard, 98; Bridgeton Chronicle 1874-1900.

33Cushing and Sheppard, 98; Bridgeton Chronicle 1874-1900.

34Cushing and Sheppard, 98.

35Cushing and Sheppard, 98; Sinnickson Chew, "Salem-Pennsville-New Castle Line was Earliest Local Rail Dream," Today's Sunbeam, 12 April 1984, p. 5; William Vanneman, "Busy Days in the Old Railroad Office," Today's Sunbeam [n.d.], n.p.

36"Past Days in the News," Bridgeton Chronicle, [n.d.], n.p.

37Jean Jones, "Conrail to Rehabilitate Rail Lines for $500,000," Millville Daily News (10 September 1982), n.p; Mark Neumann, "Conrail Drops Its Seabrook Line," Bridgeton Evening News (17 June 1982), 1.

38Diana Mitsu Klos, Cumberland Short Line Keeps An American Tradition Alive," Daily Journal (5 July 1988), A6.

39Bridgeton Chronicle, 1899-1922.

40Daily Pioneer (May 1917); "Trolley Cars Running Since 1893 Cease Operation," Bridgeton Dollar Weekly (15 June 1922), n.p.

41Beitel and Enck, 144.

42Neil C. Miller, "Salem-Penns Grove Trolley Proves To Be Mixed Blessing For County Residents," Today's Sunbeam (24 August 1977); Telephone interview, Pennsville Mayor Bernie Senstrom (6 March 1991).

43Edward Burrough, "State Aid to Road-Building in New Jersey," Bulletin 9 (USDA: 1894), 7-8.

44"Methods of Highway Administration in the Different States" Good Roads (July 1910), 249.

45Official Good Roads Yearbook of the United States (Washington: Colorado Building, 1914), 93.

46John A. Jakle, "The American Gasoline Station," Journal of American Culture (Spring 1978), 522-24.

47Jakle, 525-35.

48Millville Centennial, n.p.








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