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Port Norris Pencillings 1883 Thomas F. Hollinger
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Size: 6" x 9"
Binding: Perfect Bound
ISBN: 9781682735428
Port Norris is located along the beginnings of the Maurice River and bordered by the Delaware Bay. In 1883, there were 885 people who called, Port Norris, their home. This book contains information provided from newspapers of the day published in Bridgeton, New Jersey. People called “local correspondents” would write down the “happenings” in the town then send it to the papers to publish. These correspondents would go by nicknames or just an initial located at the end of the day’s story. These practices of correspondents sending information into the papers was “hit and miss” until about 1885 when articles began appearing on a weekly basis. Hopefully, this will give us a glimpse of what l ...
West-Jersey Pioneer - Including Preceding Titles Marriage & Deaths 1847-1854 Volume I Thomas F. Hollinger
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Size: 8" x 10"
Binding: Perfect Bound
ISBN: 9781682736487
The West Jersey Pioneer newspaper, published in Bridgeton, New Jersey, was one of the premier newspapers in Cumberland County. The “Pioneer” in its life under preceeding titles, actually started on September 2, 1846 as the West Jersey Telegraph and General Advertiser. It published fifty-two issues from September 2, 1846 and ceased operations on August 25, 1847. It then became The West Jersey Telegraph and Cumberland and Cape May Advertiser. This paper began on September 1, 1847 and published only twenty-six issues, ceasing operations with its February 26, 1848 publication. The paper’s name changed again, now becoming The West Jersey Pioneer and Cumberland and Cape May Advertiser, which b ...