2 edition of New Jersey ghost towns found in the catalog.
New Jersey ghost towns
Patricia A. Martinelli
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||Patricia A. Martinelli|
|LC Classifications||F134 .M127 2012|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2011028080|
Get this from a library! Ghost Towns of New Jersey: A Tour of Our Forgotten Places. [Timothy E Regan] -- Explore over 18 beloved ghost towns in New Jersey through over black and white and color photographs, historic vignettes, and touring information. These are some of the oldest and best-preserved. Pages in category "Ghost towns in New Jersey" The following 19 pages are in this category, out of 19 total. This list may not reflect recent changes ().
Schiffer Publishing Ghost Towns of New Jersey: A Tour of Our Forgotten Places - Explore over 18 beloved ghost towns in New Jersey through over black and white and color photographs, historic vignettes, and touring information. These are some of the oldest and best-preserved ghost towns in America, from the Revolutionary Ironworks of Long Pond to the forgotten village of . Without a doubt, New Jersey’s oldest, most enduring, and important pieces of folklore is the tale of the infamous Jersey Devil. For close to three hundred years now, Jerseyans have told tales of this mythical beast that stalks the Pine Barrens and terrorizes local residents.
Explore over 18 beloved ghost towns in New Jersey through over black and white and color photographs, historic vignettes, and touring information. These are some of the oldest and best-preserved ghost towns in America, from the Revolutionary Ironworks of Long Pond to the forgotten village of Chestnut Neck. Deep in the heart of southern New Jersey lies an area of s acres of sprawling wilderness. It is the famous Wharton Tract which the state of New Jersey purchased in for a watershed, game preserve, and park. Many people know and love these wooded acres. Each year, people by the thousands visit Batsto Village, once the center of the iron industry that .
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Presents:: NEW JERSEY BOOKS; NEW JERSEY LINKS; NEW JERSEY THINGS TO DO GHOST TOWNS. Allaire Village-1; Amatol-1; Asbury Park-2; Atsion-4; Batsto Village-6; Demon's Alley-1; Eagle-4; Feltville-1; Friendship-4; Fries Mill -5; Glenside Park -1; Gloucester Furnace -6; Hampton Furnace-4; Harrisville-6; Hibernia-6; Long Pond Ironworks -1.
Ghost Towns and Other Quirky Places in the New Jersey Pine Barrens - Kindle edition by Solem-Stull, Barbara. Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets.
Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading Ghost Towns and Other Quirky Places in the New Jersey Pine Barrens/5(17).
Composed, for the most part, from sketches that were published in the Courier-Post newspapers of Camden, New Jersey, Beck provides us with a series of stories of towns too tiny or uncertain for today's maps/5(17).
What makes Ghost Towns of New Jersey stand out from the usual tour guide book is the level of detail Timothy Regan put into piecing all of this history. How each town is researched and presented never becomes stifling, the way so New Jersey ghost towns book collections of information can be.
Accompanying the in-depth rise and fall of each town are photographs and maps that truly /5. These 10 Fascinating Ghost Towns In New Jersey Will Take You Back To The Past. New Jersey was once a hub of mills and mining towns until modern technology and shifts in industry decreased and eliminated the need for certain fields.
Entire towns were built around resources and ports and were abandoned when the work ran : Kristen Koennemann. Ghost Towns book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers.
The Pine Barrens of New Jersey contain more ghost towns, some say, than the en 4/5. Many of the ghost towns were former communities based around iron-producing mills, most of which disappeared overnight once it became more profitable to mine ore in Pennsylvania. The Batsto Mansion is the biggest building in the town of Batsto, which is listed on New Jersey's registered list of historic : Brendan Mcinerney.
Read "New Jersey Ghost Towns Uncovering the Hidden Past" by Patricia A. Martinelli available from Rakuten Kobo. Explores settlements and towns that have been deserted, transformed into tourist attractions, or have less than resi Brand: Stackpole Books.
Residents return to a New Jersey ghost town that still haunts their memories. InWalpack had people. Now it has eight. The few remaining residents worry that when they die, the village Author: Christopher Maag. On the other hand, Henry Charlton Beck’s book Forgotten Towns Of Southern New Jersey reports that the Hat was “a lively town” and “a social center” in Author: Mike Vago.
What ghost towns can you find in New Jersey. There are so many interesting ghost towns in New Jersey. Waterloo Village, located in Byram Township, is one of the most fascinating. This old town was once a popular rest stop for travelers going between New York and Pennsylvania.
In the ’s, it was completely : Kristen Koennemann. The Pine Barrens of New Jersey contain more ghost towns, some say, than the entire American west. In Ghost Towns and Other Quirky Places in the New Jersey Pine Barrens author Barbara Solem-Stull tells the story of the towns that rose up around the iron furnaces, glass factories, paper mills, cranberry farms, and brick making establishments of the 18th, Brand: Plexus Publishing, Inc.
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Martinelli tells you. It will add even more knowledge of you to life and also work far better. ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: xi, pages ; 21 cm: Contents: North Jersey: New Bridge, Bergen county --Hibernia, Morris county --Ironia, Morris County --Hewitt, Passaic County --Andover, Sussex county --Branchville, Sussex county --Hainesville, Sussex county --Feltville, Union county --Buttzville, Warren county --Central.
N ew Jersey is loaded with many interesting ghost town, near ghost towns and other historic locations all worth looking into by followers of Ghost Town USA. Unlike most of the eastern states, New Jersey’s ghost towns are well documented in a series of books.
A large number of ghost towns are located in the Pine Barrens, a forested area in the. Ghost Towns of New Jersey: A Tour of Our Forgotten Places is a unique look at abandoned towns, farmsteads and homes that we owe our history to. What makes Ghost Towns of New Jersey stand out from the usual tour guide book is the level of detail Timothy Regan put into piecing all of this history.
How each town is researched and presented never /5. The Paperback of the New Jersey Ghost Towns: Uncovering the Hidden Past by Patricia A. Martinelli at Barnes & Noble. FREE Shipping on $35 or more. Due to COVID, orders may be : Stackpole Books.
Discover Amatol Ghost Town in Hammonton, New Jersey: In the woods of New Jersey lie the ruins of a munitions village abandoned after World War I and the remnants of a. The Pinelands That Time Forgot. By Jill P. Capuzzo. The result was her book “Ghost Towns and Other Quirky Places in the New Jersey Pine.
His book, and the follow-up volume More Forgotten Towns of Southern New Jersey paved the way for generations of cultural historians, ghost town hunters, and Pine Barrens enthusiasts. Karen Riley’s second book, Voices in the Pines: True Stories from the New Jersey Pine Barrens, is worthy as an heir to those epic titles.
Though some may call such areas ghost towns or forgotten places, one NJ author is making sure they are remembered. In Ghost Towns of New Jersey: A Tour of Forgotten Places, author Timothy Regan takes readers through the many incredible chapters of New Jersey’s history in the form of the abandoned towns and villages scattered across its : Ally Souza.These had largely gone, leaving ghost towns behind them, by the time Wharton took over.
was caught at a dance; to await the harbingers of spring, herring in the Mullica River whose story took a whole book to tell, and to listen for new stories at Aunt Hattie’s store at Green Bank, now ably carrying on its traditions under the direction of.Below is a list of ghost tours in NJ.
Some of these New Jersey ghost tours are offered year round, and some are just offered in the Fall. Prepare to get a history lesson on New Jersey, hear ghost stories and maybe see a ghost! Asbury Park’s Ghost & Legends Tour Downtown (Asbury Park).