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In response to requests from students, teachers, librar- ians and historians, urging that this material be put in more permanent form, some of the original bulletins have been reprinted here.
Several new Stones have been sub- stituted for those which seemed to have less value as refer- ence material.
DAVID BREARLY'S CAMP DESK 135 THE MAPES FARM 145 BUST OF STEPHEN CRANE 147 WALT WHITMAN'S HOME, CAMDEN 157 CLARA BARTON'S SCHOOL, BORDENTOWN 161 xi Xll ILLUSTRATIONS PAGE HOLLAND SUBMARINE, PATERSON 167 THE PHALANSTERY AT PHALANX 176 BLOOMER COSTUME, PHALANX I 86 HENRY GEORGE 187 OUTDOOR THEATER, FREE ACRES 1 90 A CO-OP STORE 196 THE SEEING EYE 2O5 A KITCHEN CORNER, JERSEY HOMESTEADS 2IO WINDOWS, JERSEY HOMESTEADS 211 EXTERIOR OF A JERSEY HOMESTEAD 213 SANDY HOOK LIGHTHOUSE 221 BARNEGAT LIGHTHOUSE 225 SHIP JOHN SHOAL LIGHT 227 SCOTLAND LIGHTSHIP 22Q MEN AGAINST THE FLAMES 235 TRAINING IN HORSEMANSHIP 244 THE FIVE-MILE DAILY RUN 245 TROOP HEADQUARTERS, STATE POLICE 248 MULLICA RIVER BASIN (MAP) 25 I TOMATO PICKERS 266 SPECIMEN TOMATOES 270 INCUBATORS 275 PACKING DAY OLD CHICKS 276 A SUSSEX COUNTY DAIRY FARM 280 THE ROTOLACTOR 286 MOTHER JUBILEE TREE, NEW BRUNSWICK 293 BOG IRON RELICS 3 02 OLD MILL AND POND, BATSTO 303 OLD WISTAR GLASS 3^ BLOWING QUARTZ GLASS 3 J 9 "FLESHING" A HIDE 324 ROEBLING WIRE MILL 334 GEORGE WASHINGTON BRIDGE 34 l FIRST AMERICAN BELLEEK 34^ ILLUSTRATIONS Xlll PAGE LOADING A KILN 347 RECORDING, RCA STUDIOS, CAMDEN 353 CONSTRUCTING A TELEVISION TUBE 355 THE OYSTER FLEET, MAURICE RIVER 36 2 OYSTER "SETS" 364 PLASTIC GEARS 369 RESINOID WATERPROOFING 37 O LUCITE 371 PROBING FOR CEDAR LOGS 375 CEDAR PLANKS 378 JOHN FITCH'S STEAMBOAT, 1786-87 386 JOHN FITCH'S STEAMBOAT, 1788-89-90 389 STONE TIES, CAMDEN AND AMBOY R. 398 THE JOHN BULL 399 MORRIS CANAL AT DENVILLE 404 MORRIS CANAL AQUEDUCT 405 ROUTE OF MORRIS CANAL (MA?
) 412 CHART OF OPERATIONS, LINCOLN TUNNEL 415 All photographs not otherwise credited are by the New Jersey Writers' Project staff photographers PLACES A RINGWOOD MANOR RINGWOOD MANOR STATE PARK Ringwood Manor, a fine old estate that resembles an outdoor museum, is the newest New Jersey State park.
The iron mined in the nearby hills was converted at the Ringwood forges into munitions and field equipment for Washington's army, and the plant continued in opera- tion long after modern methods of smelting and forging had carried iron manufacture to other regions.
Until 1931 Ringwood was the center of an active community.
They led him to the head of the Ringwood River, a branch of the Pequannock, and there he built a small furnace.
In May of the following year Board sold the furnace and 16 acres for 63 to the Ogden family, residents of Newark, who had been surveying the iron fields of northern New Jersey and had bought up several water-power sites along the Pequannock River.
The first issue of 3,000 copies was sent to those school principals who had indicated an interest in the service.
PLACES RINGWOOD MANOR STATE PARK IJ OLD OXFORD FURNACE 2D ROCKAWAY RIVER 33 COLONIAL HOUSES OF NEW JERSEY 40 MORRISTOWN NATIONAL HISTORICAL PARK 46 PATERSON, THE "FEDERAL CITY" 58 NEW JERSEY'S FIRST SUMMER RESORT 63 CRADLE OF THE TELEGRAPH 69 A CONFEDERATE SHRINE IN NEW JERSEY 79 BIRTHPLACE OF GROVER CLEVELAND 84 ANIMAL QUARANTINE 92 LIVING LANDMARKS 96 PEOPLE MARK NEWBIE, AMERICA'S FIRST BANKER 1 07 THE SWEDISH SETTLERS I I 2 THE TEA BURNERS OF GREENWICH 125 NEW JERSEY'S DELEGATES TO THE FEDERAL CON- STITUTIONAL CONVENTION, 1787 129 vii Vlll CONTENTS PAGE BIRTHPLACE OF HANS BRINKER 142 STEPHEN CRANE 146 THE LAST DAYS OF WALT WHITMAN 154 CLARA BARTON, IN SCHOOL AND WAR 158 JOHN HOLLAND, SUBMARINE INVENTOR 1 66 WORKING AND LIVING TOGETHER NORTH AMERICAN PHALANX 175 FREE ACRES 187 CONSUMERS' COOPERATIVES 194 EGG AUCTION 201 THE SEEING EYE 2O4 JERSEY HOMESTEADS 20Q SERVICE FOR THE PUBLIC SAFEGUARDS OF OUR COAST 2IQ FOREST FIRE FIGHTERS 232 STATE POLICE 240 REFORESTATION IN MULLICA WATERSHED 250 AGRICULTURE CRANBERRIES 259 JERSEY TOMATOES 265 BABY CHICKS BY THE MILLION 274 DAIRY FARMING IN NEW JERSEY 279 JERSEY PEACHES 290 INDUSTRY VANISHED BOG-IRON INDUSTRY 297 TWO CENTURIES OF GLASSMAKING 307 LEATHER MAKERS OF NEWARK 32O GOLD BEATERS 329 ROMANCE OF THE ROEBLINGS 333 CONTENTS IX PAGE THE STORY OF LENOX POTTERY 343 PHONOGRAPH TO TELEVISION 350 DELAWARE BAY OYSTERS 357 THE AGE OF PLASTICS 365 CEDAR MINING IN NEW JERSEY'S SUNKEN FOREST 374 TRANSPORTATION JOHN FITCH AND HIS STEAMBOAT 383 THE FIRST RAILROAD IN NEW JERSEY 394 THE MORRIS CANAL 4O2 THE LINCOLN TUNNEL 413 ILLUSTRATIONS PAGE RINGWOOD MANOR 1 6 REVOLUTIONARY RELICS 23 OXFORD FURNACE 2J THE FALLS OF THE ROCKAWAY AT BOONTON 34 THE ROCKAWAY RIVER BASIN (MAP) 38 DEMAREST HOUSE 4!
HANCOCK HOUSE 44 WASHINGTON'S HEADQUARTERS, MORRISTOWN 47 REVOLUTIONARY HOSPITAL, JOCKEY HOLLOW 55 THE PASSAIC RIVER FALLS 59 SUMMER VISITORS AT CAPE MAY 64 BATHING COSTUMES OF THE 'go's 68 THE CRADLE OF THE TELEGRAPH 73 FINN'S POINT CEMETERY 80 GROVER CLEVELAND 84 THE MANSE, CALDWELL 85 BURLINGTON SYCAMORE 98 SALEM OAK IOO PATRICK'S PENCE 108 FOUNDING OF NEW SWEDEN 113 GOVERNOR JOHAN PRINTZ 117 SWEDISH STAMPS 123 TEA BURNER MONUMENT, GREENWICH 128 BENNETT HOUSE, PARSIPPANY 13!
As the work continues new material will IV PREFACE be presented with the hope that there will eventually be accessible a collection of useful New Jersey material.
In an effort to avoid error we have indebted ourselves to many experts, too numerous to list here.
Both admiration and gratitude for this achievement prompts The New Jersey Association of Teachers of Social Studies to state that its sole con- tribution to this volume has been that of urging for it a wide circulation and a useful life. ALSBERG, Director Federal Writers y Project CONTENTS PAGE PREFACE iii By Irene Fuhlbruegge, State Director, Federal Writers' Project.