New Jersey: A Guide to Its Present and Past

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Bibliography

This brief list, with a few exceptions, contains titles that deal specifically with New Jersey; it should be used as a supplement to standard histories, biographies, and reference works. Lack of space prevents listing more than a few of the many county, city, and church histories.


DESCRIPTION AND TRAVEL

Burnaby, Rev. Andrew. Burnaby's Travels through North America. Repr. from 3d ed. of 1798, with introduction and notes by Rufus Rockwell Wilson. New York, A. Wessels Co., 1904. 265 p. front., map. Burnaby visited America in 1759. Kalm, Peter. The America of 1750; Peter Kalm's Travels in North America. The English version of 1770, rev. from the original Swedish and ed. by Adolph B. Benson. New York, Wilson-Erickson, 1937. 2 v. front., plates, maps, facsims. Experiences of distinguished Swedish botanist, who passed through South New Jersey. One of the best historical sources of the period.

Parsons, Floyd William, ed. New Jersey; "Life, Industries and Resources of a Great State". Newark, State Chamber of Commerce, 1928. 404 p. col. front., illus. (incl. facsims.), col. plates, diagrs.


NATURAL SETTING

New Jersey. Geological Survey. "Final Report Series of the State Geologist". Trenton, Murphy, MacCrellish & Quigley, 1888-1917. 8 v. in 9 parts. illus., maps, charts. V. 1. Topography, Magnetism, Climate. 1888. V. 2. Mineralogy, Botany, Zoology. 2 parts. 1890. V. 3. Water-Supply. 1894. V. 4. Physical Geography. 1898. V. 5. Glacial Geology. 1902. V. 6. Report on Clays and Clay Industry, 1904. V. 7. Iron Mines and Mining. 1910. V. 8. The Quaternary Formations of Southern New Jersey. 1917.


INDIANS

Nelson, William. The Indians of New Jersey with Some Notice of Indian Place Names. Paterson, Press Publishing Co., 1894. 168 p.


HISTORY

Andrews, Charles M. The Colonial Period of American History. New Haven, Yale University Press, 1934-37. 3 v. Vol. 3 devotes 43 pages to "Proprietary

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