NJ Hist Soc: New Jersey History 1978-1992 (31 issues)

New Jersey History
A Semi-Annual Magazine Chiefly Devoted to New JerseyHistory, Biography and Genealogy
1978-1992 (31 issues)

The "Proceedings of the New Jersey Historical Society" and its successor, "New Jersey History" are the bedrock of New Jersey history. Articles, especially those published in early editions, were carefully reviewed for accuracy and relevance. Of special interest are the book reviews and editorial commentary.

Condition: FINE (occasional edgewear; bindings tight; no markings or inscriptions) 10" x 6.75" This set is COMPLETE, no missing issues Spring/Summer 1978

Articles

Colonizers and Reluctant Colonists: The New Jersey Colonization Society and the Black Community, 1815-1848 Pomona Hall Restored Women Standing for Women: The Early Political Career of Mary T. Norton Queen of the Turf A Local History Approach to the American Revolution: Chatham, New Jersey The Historical Society of Princeton Anna Lindner, 1845-1922

Book Reviews

Hoover, Roosevelt and the Brains Trust Sectionalism in American Politics, 1774-1787 Franklin D. Roosevelt and the City Bosses Laws of the Royal Colony of New Jersey, 1703-1745 Welch's Grape Juice: From Corporation to Co-Operative The Pennsylvania Line: Regimental Organization and Operations, 1776-1783 Economic Development in the Philadelphia
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