Table of contents for Brotherton, 1758-1802 : New Jersey's first and only Indian reservation and the townships of Shamong and Tabernacle that followed / George D. Flemming.

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Introduction 
Chapter 1. The Dawn of Man 
Chapter 2. European Colonization 
Chapter 3. Bethel and Crosswicks 
Chapter 4. Founding of Brotherton 
Chapter 5. The Brainerd Years 
Chapter 6. Decline, Exodus, and Aftermath 
Chapter 7. Wepink--The Other Indian Town 
Chapter 8. Indian Ann--Last of the Delawares 
Chapter 9. The Founding of Shamong 
Chapter 10. Early Churches and Burial Grounds 
Chapter 11. The Schools of Old Shamong 
Chapter 12. Hotels Inns and Taverns 
Chapter 13. The Forges and Furnaces 
Chapter 14. The Sawmills and Gristmills 
Chapter 15. Notable Citizens 
Chapter 16. Epilogue
About the Author 
Bibliography 
Index

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Indians of North America -- New Jersey -- Brotherton Indian Reservation -- History.
Indians of North America -- New Jersey -- Brotherton Indian Reservation -- Social life and customs.
Indians of North America -- New Jersey -- Shamong (Township) -- History.
Indians of North America -- New Jersey -- Shamong (Township) -- Social life and customs.
Brotherton Indian Reservation (N.J.) -- History.
Shamong (N.J. : Township) -- History.