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Political Life: Early History
- Godly Government: Puritans and the Founding of Newark
- Timothy J. Crist. Newark History Society program, November 9, 2009. Video
- 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. Available?
- Address, to the Young Men of the County of Essex
- Newark, December 20, 1827.
- Broadside urging the reelection of John Quincy Adams. "In behalf of the Young Men of the township of Newark, favourable to the present Administration."
- National Republicans of Essex County!...The great contest is at hand!
- Newark Sentinel November 6, 1832
- Advertisement urging the election of Henry Clay in the presidential election. Reprinted in facsimile in the Jersey City Observer January 9, 1936.
- Newark, New Jersey, During the American Civil War: A Study in Loyalty and Disloyalty.
- Edward G. Sponzilli. Thesis (B.A.), Rutgers University, 1971. Available?
- "Re-electing Lincoln: The Struggle in Newark,"
- Daniel W. Crofts. Civil War History 30(1), 1984, 54-79. Rutgers-restricted access
- Republican Party preparations in Newark for the 1864 election. Available?
- The Day Lincoln Visited Newark
- Thomas McCabe. Newark History Society Program on Lincoln and Newark, June 1, 2011.
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