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by Matthew McHenry,Robert Lee Reid,Joseph Federico

eBook Galloway Township (Images of America) download ISBN: 0738574112
Author: Matthew McHenry,Robert Lee Reid,Joseph Federico
Publisher: Arcadia Publishing (March 28, 2011)
Language: English
Pages: 128
ePub: 1582 kb
Fb2: 1223 kb
Rating: 4.8
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Category: History
Subcategory: Americas

Galloway Township book by. Joseph Federico, Matthew McHenry. Robert Lee Reid (Introduction).

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Joseph Federico and Matthew McHenry, Introduction by Robert Lee Reid. Galloway Township, founded in 1774 by the royal patent of King George III, is the largest municipality in New Jersey, encompassing the Absecon Highlands, Cologne, Conovertown, Germania, Higbeetown, Leeds Point, Oceanville, Pinehurst, Pomona, Smithville, and South Egg Harbor. Galloway has experienced everything from pirates to Prohibition. The Battle of Chestnut Neck occurred in Galloway in 1778 during the American Revolution.

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Read this book for free with Kindle Unlimited. Lee A. Weidner, author of Hellertown, coauthored this history with Lower Saucon Township Historical Society president Karen M. Samuels and vice president Barbara J. Ryan

Read this book for free with Kindle Unlimited. Read this title for free and explore over 1 million titles, thousands of audiobooks, and current magazines with Kindle Unlimited. Ryan. Weidner, known for his local history writings, is a columnist for Saucon Valley’s newspaper the Valley Voice. Samuels and Ryan manage the restoration project of the 1880 Lutz-Franklin one-room schoolhouse, which will be transformed into a living history museum.

Part of the Images of America: New Jersey Series). by Joseph Federico and Matthew McHenry.

Galloway Township - Joseph Federico. Since Franklin worked mostly in London, Galloway’s forum was in America, principally the Pennsylvania Assembly, where he was Speaker of the House for a decade, and ultimately the Continental Congress. In 1774, Galloway’s Plan of Union lost in the Congress by only one vote-a loss that changed the course of history, since Galloway tried to avoid revolution by anticipating the British commonwealth system. In 1775, when the assembly ignored Galloway’s recommendation that it abandon its defiance of Britain, Galloway quit the assembly and the congress.

Galloway Township is a township in Atlantic County, New Jersey, United States. At 11. square miles (298 km2) of total area, Galloway Township is the largest municipality in the State of New Jersey. As of the 2010 United States Census, the township's population was 37,349, reflecting an increase of 6,140 (+19. 7%) from the 31,209 counted in the 2000 Census, which had in turn increased by 7,879 (+33

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Galloway Township, founded in 1774 by the royal patent of King George III, is the largest municipality in New Jersey, encompassing the Absecon Highlands, Cologne, Conovertown, Germania, Higbeetown, Leeds Point, Oceanville, Pinehurst, Pomona, Smithville, and South Egg Harbor. Galloway has experienced everything from pirates to Prohibition. The Battle of Chestnut Neck occurred in Galloway in 1778 during the American Revolution. Along the way, the township has become home to Historic Smithville and Village Greene, the Seaview Resort, and the Noyes Museum of Art and has become the supposed birthplace of the fabled “Jersey Devil.”
Comments: (2)
Gio
Very poorly documented book. Lots of photos of unknown people. It seems to me that no background research was done on many of the photos submitted. And a few photos don't tell the real story. You can't take for granted that the book is accurate. A few good things about the book is the introduction and lots of good photos. Thumbs Down
Jeronashe
LOVE this book it is so well written. I learned so much about a place I grew up in that I never knew it was unreal. The pictures are also just wonderful, I seem to go back to it over and over. The history written about is fabulous, you can tell the authors were totally invested in Galloway Twp.