Table of contents for History walks in New Jersey : exploring the heritage of the Garden State / Lucy D. Rosenfeld and Marina Harrison.

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Contents
Map of New Jersey with Walking Sites
Introduction
1 Paterson Falls: Magnificent Natural Beauty and Its Historic Uses
2 Weehawken: Memorials and Spectacular Views
3 Ellis Island: An Evocative Journey into America's Immigrant Experience
4 Fort Lee: America's First Movie Town
5 Undercliff: In Search of a Long-Gone Fishing Village on the Banks of the Hudson
6 Skunk Hollow: A 19th Century African-American Community
7 Ringwood and Long Pond: An Iron Works Saga
8 Edison National Historic Site: Exploring an Extraordinary Legacy
9 Feltville: A Forgotten Utopian Village in the Watchung Reservation
10 Historic Speedwell: A Village of Inventions
11 Pyramid Mountain: A Lenni Lenape Legacy
12 Jockey Hollow: Woodland Trails and Soldiers' Huts
13 Cooper Mill and the Black River: History Amid Wooded Splendor
14 The Sussex Branch Rail Trail: Old Mines, Bridges, and Ruins
15 Waterloo Village: A Walk Through a 19th Century Canal Town
16 Millbrook Village: Exploring a 19th Century Ghost Town
17 Hope: A Moravian Settlement
18 Belvidere: A Victorian Architectural Gem
19 Clinton: A Riverside Mill Village and Quarry
20 The Prallsville Mills: A Tiny Historic Gem and Walk Along the Delaware and Raritan Canal
21 Princeton Cemetery: Burial Site of Presidents and Other Notables
22 Princeton Battlefield State Park: Scenes from the Revolutionary War
23 The Delaware and Raritan Canal: A Towpath and Rail Trail Loop from Kingston to Rocky 
 Hill
24 Washington Crossing State Park: A Ferry Landing and Historical Center from the
 Revolution
25 Monmouth Battlefield State Park: Walking Through Revolutionary War History
26 Georgian Court College: The Robber Baron's Estate and the Glories of Excess and Elegance
27 Twin Lights of Navesink: Exploring a Historic Lighthouse and Center of Invention
28 Allaire: A Deserted 19th Century Village and Company Town
29 Ocean Grove: A Victorian Camp Meeting Town on the Shore
30 Cattus Island and Barnegat Light: The Shore's Heritage of Pirates and Patriots
31 Double Trouble and Whitesbog Villages: Cranberry Towns in the Pine Barrens
32 Lakehurst: The Naval Air Station, the History of Flight, and the Hindenberg Disaster
33 Historic Walnford: A Mill Village Reflecting 250 Years of History
34 Roosevelt: A New Deal Hideaway
35 Bordentown: Architectural Pleasures from a Colonial Past to the Bonapartes
36 Burlington: New Jersey's Oldest Colonial Streetscape on the Delaware
37 Burlington and Its Neighbors: Stops on the Underground Railroad
38 Roebling: A Turn of the Century, One-of-a-Kind Factory Town
39 Rankokus Indian Reservation: An Introduction to Renape Powhatan Culture
40 Mount Holly: A Walking Tour through a Village of Colonial Beauty and Quaker Roots
41 Batsto: A Bog Iron Forge Village in the Pine Barrens
42 Wheaton: An Historic Small Town with Glassworks
43 Red Bank Battlefield: A Picturesque Riverside Historic Site and Walking Trail
44 Fort Mott, Pea Patch Island, and the Finn's Point National Cemetery: Coastal Ramparts, Towers, a Ferry Boat Ride, and Civil War Memories
45 Greenwich: The Unspoiled Site of New Jersey's Own Revolutionary "Tea Party"
46 Bridgeton: Exploring a Cumberland County City's Historic Legacy
47 East Point Lighthouse: The Oyster Boat Route to Mauricetown
48 Cape May: Pleasures from Colonial to Victorian Towns
Choosing an Outing
Photo Credits
Index

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Historic sites -- New Jersey -- Guidebooks.
New Jersey -- History, Local -- Guidebooks.
New Jersey -- Tours.
Walking -- New Jersey -- Guidebooks.