Sickler, Joseph S. The History of Salem County New Jersey Being the Story of John Fenwick’s Colony, the Oldest English Speaking Settlement on the Delaware River. Salem, N.J.: Sunbeam Publishing Company, 1937. First edition. Signed in ink on the title page, “Joseph S. Sickler.” 22 cm, bound in blue cloth, now slightly discolored from damp. The fine text is not affected by the damp-stained cover. [vi; 1-374; 375 blank, 379-390: index, errata, addenda, bibliography; 1 unpaginated index of historical feature articles published in the Salem Sunbeam 1929-1936]. Endpapers are a map drawn by Frederick J. Steiger, showing places of historical interest in Salem County. Starting with the displacement of the Lenni Lenape and progressing to World War I with the facile presentation of a skilled journalist, this is a useful and detailed history of Salem County, New Jersey.
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