Table of contents for A history of Oakland : the story of our village / Kevin Heffernan.

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Table of Contents
A Fond Farewell
Chapter 1 The Dawn of this Valley and the Entrance of Man
The Political Impact of Our Geology
Chapter 2 The Lenni Lenape Indians and Oakland
The Arrival of the First Americans
The Lenni Lenape Indians
Chapter 3 The Dutch in America, New Jersey and Oakland
The Jersey Dutch
New Jersey land Deals in the 1600s
Chapter 4 The Age of Adolescence: Oakland in the 18th Century
The Founding of the Ponds Dutch Reformed Church
Oakland in the Colonial Era
Chapter 5 The Coming of Age: Oakland in the 19th Century
Oakland in the 19th Century
The Ponds Church
Slavery in Oakland
The Arrival of the Railroad
Oakland as the East Hamptons of the Late 19th Century
Chapter 6 The Transition to Independence
Bergen County
Franklin Township
The Politics of Voting in 1902
The Political Creation of Oakland
The Founding Fathers of Oakland
Chapter 7 The Era of Lost Innocence: Oakland in the 20th Century 
Oakland Beaches: The Summertime Glory Days
Glory Days No More: "Gone in a Wink of a Young Girl's Eye"
The Rise of Schools in Oakland
Oakland in WW II
The Demise of the Page Mansion and Dairy Farm
The Destruction of Historic Oakland
Route 208
Ramapo Forest
Chapter 8 Oakland Then and Now
A Photographic Requiem

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Oakland (N.J.) -- History.
Oakland (N.J.) -- Social conditions.
Social change -- New Jersey -- Oakland -- History.