and History of ESSEX County, New Jersey
11 Complete Searchable Publications on one CD
|1. Biography and genealogical
history of the city of Newark and Essex County, New Jersey: Lewis Historical
Publishing Co., 1898, 1219 pgs.
|2. The Essex story :
a history of the Jewish community in Essex County, New Jersey Newark, N.J.:
The Assocation, 1955, 81 pgs.
|3. 1840-41 Pierson's Newark
|4. 1850-51 Pierson's Newark
|5. The Newark blue book
of selected names : containing names and addreses of prominent residents,
arranged alphabetically and numerically by streets : together with their
summer residences, club lists, 1904. New York: Dau Pub. Co., 1904, 91
|6. History of the Episcopal
Church in Essex County, New Jersey United States: unknown, 1908, 98
|7. Official list of names
of residents of the city of Newark, N.J., who served with the military
forces of the United States of America against the central powers of Europe
during the term of hostilities, April 6, 1917, to November 11, 1918 United
States, abt. 1928, 625 pgs.
|8. Holbrook's Essex County,
New Jersey business directory including Harrison and Kearny, Hudson
County, 1897 Newark, N.J.: Holbrook Printing House, abt. 1897, 479 pgs.
|9. Home lots of the first
settlers of Newark Newark, N.J. abt. 1805, 41 pgs.
|10. History of the Roseville
Methodist Episcopal Church of the Newark Annual Conference of the Methodist
Episcopal Church, Newark, New Jersey N.J. Tuttle, A. H., 1927, 192
|11. Tombstone inscriptions,
Essex County, New Jersey New Jersey:, 47 pgs.
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