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Mount Holly, New Jersey: A Hometown Reinvented
Dennis C. Rizzo (au); Karl Mehl (fr)
The events that secured Mount Holly’s place in history involve a lingering colonel, pillaging Scottish troops and a fateful mistake that allowed George Washington to cross the Delaware River. But Mount Holly is much more than a battlefield site. It’s a picturesque New Jersey town with a rich, vibrant past. In its time, this south Jersey town has been witness to a large and vibrant Quaker community, a vigorous mill industry, intense debate over the abolition movement, a national reputation in manufacturing and trade, and much more. This captivating book guides you through Mount Holly’s beginnings, development and redevelopment, as full of twists and turns as the winding Rancocas Creek on which it is situated. Over 100 illustrations.
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