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The Newark Experience

Notable Newarkers

The Famous, the Familiar and the Forgotten : 350 Notable Newarkers. Guy G. Sterling. Xlibris Corporation, 2014. Available?

Rise Up Newark: Profiles
"Brief biographies, video interviews, flyers, photographs, and other documents that provide insights into the experiences of local people who fought for freedom, equality, and justice in Newark, the nation, and the world."
Newark Women
Women who lived, work, went to school or were otherwise connected to Newark.

Defying the Odds: Triumphant Black Women of Newark.  Barbara J. Kukla. West Orange, N.J., Swing City Press, 2005. Connie Woodruff; Gladys St. John Churchman; Dr. E.Alma Flagg; Dr. E.Mae McCarroll; Viola Wells (Miss Rhapsody); Wynona M. Lipman; Mary Beasley Burch; and Marion A. Bolden. Available?

Newark's Literary Lights. Newark Public Library, 2016.

Newark Jewry: A History of the Jews of Newark, Their Institutions and Leading Personalities. Isaac Unterman. Newark, N.J., 1939 [c.1934]. 2 volumes. Available?

Gl'Italiani di Essex. Note storiche e biografiche, con l'aggiunta di un business directory. Olindo Marzulli. Newark, N.J., P.Matullo & Son, 1911. Available?

Men of Newark: A Collection of Portraits. Charles Albert Gasser. Newark N.J., Schultz and Gasser, 1904. Available?

Biographical and Genealogical History of the City of Newark and Essex County, N.J. New York, Lewis Pub Co., 1898. 2 volumes. Volume 1; Volume 2


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