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Environmental Inequality in Postwar America

Sanitation in Newark

Rat Fields, Neighborhood Sanitation and Rat Complaints in Newark, New Jersey
Harry L. Margulis. Geographical Review 67(2), April 1977, pp. 221-231. Rutgers-restricted Access
Neighborhood Sanitation Rat Complaints and Rat Control on the Near West Side, Newark, New Jersey and North Hill, Akron, Ohio
Harry L. Margulis. Journal of Environmental Health 41(1), July/August 1978, pp. 18-25. Available?
"Drainage, Disease, Comfort, and Class: A History of Newark's Sewers,"
Stuart Galishoff.  Societas 6(2), 1976, 121-138. Available?
The History of the Newark Sewer System    [Illustrations].
Glenn R. Modica. A Project of the City of Newark, Department of Water and Sewer Utilities, Newark, New Jersey. Cranbury, N.J., Richard Grubb & Associates, Inc., 2001. Available?
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