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by Robert J. McEwen,Virginia Berger Troege

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Author: Robert J. McEwen,Virginia Berger Troege
ISBN: 075241304X
Language: English
Pages: 128 pages
Category: Americas
Publisher: Arcadia Pub (May 1, 1999)
Rating: 4.4
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Start by marking Woodbridge: Volume II (Images of America: New Jersey) as Want to Read . Woodbridge Volume II continues and expands the photographic history of New Jersey's oldest township.

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Book by McEwen, Robert J., Troege, Virginia Berger
Comments (2)
Ziena
This book should not appeal just to historians, but to anyone who grew up in, or had family that originated in the area. Volume II is also a must. Regardless of your age, if you enjoy nostalgia, and wish to see what Woodbridge Township (including Fords, Sewaren, Colonia, Port Reading, Hopelawn, Keasbey, etc.) looked like either in your youth or before you were born, you will love this book. It's a glimpse into the photo albums of many families throughout the area, and I'm delighted that the authors saw fit to arrange this compilation.
Cia
If your into local American history, then this book is for you. Many pictures of historical buldings and the first families of Woodbridge. Check out Volune Two of Woodbridge. Both books offer the reader great information about this beautiful small American town. Woodbridge NJ is home to the Cross Keyes Tavern, a tavern were Gen. George Washington spent the night on his way to New York to become our first President. Woodbridge is also the first town in the colonies to raise the new American Flag.