finished ... currently concentrating on
the Siege of Havana 1762
Johnson of the Mohawks
Sir William Johnson may be the
most historically significant figure in colonial North America. A champion
for the Iroquois and allied Indians, adopted Mohawk war chief, hero of the
French and Indian War, substantial landowner and staunch supporter of the
Crown. Arthur Pound's biography was the first fresh look at "Warragiyageh"
since Stone's 1856 work.
Complete and unabridged, including illustrations
from 1930 revised edition are included; full-scale illustrations here.
|Bottle Hill and Madison, N.J.|
Between the colonial villages of Chatham and
Morristown, a handful of farms surrounded the Bottle Hill tavern. By the
time of the Revolution, this was a well established community with loyal,
patriotic residents who served the cause of independence with distinction.
This exceptional local history was prepared in the late 1800s by the author's
father, and contains dozens of marvellous illustrations which are not to
be found elsewhere.
|Historic Morristown, N.J.: The Story of Its First
Classic colonial and Revolutionary history
of Morristown, the "cockpit of the Revolution." Unabridged, fully-printable;
full-size illustrations on-line. Local lore and legend from the bizarre
tale of the "Morristown Ghost" to the story of Tempe Wick and
her horse. Detailed accounts of the two winter encampments during the Revolution,
the court martial of Benedict Arnold, and much more.
|A Minisink Double Wedding|
A tale of romance and danger on the New Jersey frontier
set in the year 1764. Republished, with all illustrations, from the original
Major project underway to digitize the entire 31-volume
New Jersey Archives series.
|New Jersey Historical
The bedrock of New Jersey historical and genealogical