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The Indians of Newark Before the White Men Came Alanson Skinner. Newark Museum Association, 1915. Available?
Godly Government: Puritans and the Founding of Newark Timothy J. Crist. Newark History Society program, November 9, 2009. Video "Origin of the Town of Newark," Daniel Jacobson. Proceedings of the New Jersey Historical Society 75(3), July 1957, 158-169. Dana Call Number: Periodical, Shelved by Title The Migration from the New Haven Colony to Newark, East New Jersey: A Study of Puritan Values and Behavior, 1630-1720 Edward P. Rindler. Thesis (Ph.D), University of Pennsylvania, 1977. Dana Call Number: NEWARK F144 .N6R5 1977a Available?
Records of the Town of Newark, New Jersey, From Its Settlement in 1666 to its Incorporation as a City in 1836 Newark, N.J., New Jersey Historical Society, 1966. Records of town meetings, 1666 to 1836. Appendix includes lists of office holders up to 1713; transcriptions of early deeds; and the 1713 town charter. Reprint of the 1864 publication. Dana Call Number: NEWARK F131 .N62 v.6 Available?
The Claim of the Inhabitants of the Town of Newark, in Virtue of the Indian Purchase Made by the First Settlers of Newark, in 1667, Stated and Considered. David Ogden. Woodbridge, N.J., Printed by Samuel F. Parker, 1766.
Early American Imprints, Series 1: Evans, 1639-1800. Rutgers-restricted Access
The First Jubilee of American Independence and Tribute of Gratitude to the Illustrious Adams and Jefferson Newark, N.J. Printed by M. Lyon and Co., 1826.
Includes a census of Newark in 1826.
A History of the Old Burying Ground As Contained in the Case of the Attorney General Against the City of Newark Newark, N.J., Ward & Tichenor, Printers, 1888
" An Account of East Jersey's Seven Settled Towns, circa 1684," Joseph R. Klett. The Genealogical Magazine of New Jersey 80, September 2005, 106-114.
When Princeton Was in Newark: Aaron Burr, Sr. and Newark in the 1750s Timothy J. Christ. Newark History Society, September 19, 2011.
"Timothy Crist discusses the life of Aaron Burr, Sr. while he lived in New Jersey. Through Burr, Christ explores the religious and educational relationship between Newark and Princeton while the College of New Jersey was being established." Available? Six Towns: Continuity and Change in Revolutionary New Jersey, 1770-1792 Dennis Patrick Ryan. Thesis (Ph.D), New York University, 1974. Study of six East Jersey towns, Newark, Morristown, Woodbridge, Piscataway, Middletown, and Shrewsbury, during the Revolutionary period. Dana Call Number: NEWARK F138 .R92 1974a Available? Jack Cudjo: Newark's Revolutionary Soldier and First Black Businessman. Kofi Ayim. New Jersey, Reedbuck, Inc., 2011. Available?
"A 'Diversion' in Newark: A Letter From the New Jersey Continental Line, 1778," Robert Fridlington. New Jersey History 105(1/2), 1987, 75-78. 1778 letter by Lieutenant William Barton describing his encounter with a young women in Newark who had disguised herself as a man in order to enlist in the American army. Dana Call Number: Periodical, Shelved by Title
Newark, The Story of its Awakening, 1790-1840. Frank J. Urquhart. Written and Published for The Free Public Library of Newark, New Jersey, 1906. Available?
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