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Contents

Acknowledgements

Chapter 1
Introduction

Chapter 2
The Biology of Salt Marshes

Chapter 3
Banking/Diking Procedures

Chapter 4
Economics of Land Reclamation

Chapter 5
Salt-Hay Farming

Chapter 6
Meadow Companies

Chapter 7
Cranberries

Chapter 8
Conclusion

Sources Consulted





FROM MARSH TO FARM
The Landscape Transformation of Coastal New Jersey
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CHAPTER 3:
NOTES

1W. Marshall, On the Landed Property of England: An Elementary and Practical Treatise, (London: G. & W. Nicol, 1804), 32.

2George Stephens, The Practical Land Drainer (London: T. Cadell, 1834), 142.

3Marshall, 32-33.

4Stephens, 143-144.

5Stephens, 144-147.

6Marshall, 33-34.

7George Waring, Jr., Draining for Profit and Health (New York: Orange Judd & Co., 1867), 199-200.

8Waring, 200-201.

9Facts Concerning The Reclamation of Swamp and Marsh Lands, 12-19.

10Waring, 191.

11Marshall, 34.

12Marshall, 35-36.

13William Smith, Observation on the Utility, Form and Management of Water Meadows and the Draining and Irrigating of Peat Bogs (Norwich: John Harding, 1806), 90.

14Robert Gibbon Johnson, "On Reclaiming Marsh Land," American Farmer 8 (1 September 1826): 185-87.

15Johnson, 185-187.

16Johnson, 185-187.








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