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John E. Bebout; Ronald J. Grele. Where Cities Meet: the Urbanization of New Jersey: The Urbanization of New Jersey. Van Nostrand. 1964. 129pp.

Henry Charlton Beck. Forgotten Towns of Southern New Jersey. Rutgers University Press. 1984. 280pp.

Henry Charlton Beck. The Roads of Home: Lanes and Legends of New Jersey. Rutgers University Press. 1983. 304pp.

James F. Broderick. Paging New Jersey: A Literary Guide to the Garden State. Rutgers University Press. 2003. 217pp.

Ann Marie T. Cammarota. Pavements in the Garden: The Suburbanization of Southern New Jersey, Adjacent to the City of Philadelphia, 1769 to the Present. Fairleigh Dickinson University Press. 2001. 276pp.

David L. Cowen. Medicine and Health in New Jersey: A History. D. Van Nostrand Co.. 1964. 229pp.

Wesley Frank Craven. New Jersey and the English Colonization of North America. Van Nostrand. 1964. 114pp.

Thomas J. Fleming. New Jersey: A History. New York: W. W. Norton. 1985. 214pp.

Dennis E. Gale. Greater New Jersey: Living in the Shadow of Gotham. University of Pennsylvania Press. 2007. 190pp.

Larry R. Gerlach. New Jersey in the American Revolution, 1763-1783: A Documentary History. New Jersey Historical Commission. 1975. 474pp.

William Gillette. Jersey Blue: Civil War Politics in New Jersey, 1854-1865. Rutgers University Press. 1995. 408pp.

Alan Gowans. Architecture in New Jersey: A Record of American Civilization. Van Nostrand. 1964. 161pp.

Thomas Sharp Griffiths. A History of Baptists in New Jersey. Barr Press Publishing Co.. 1904. 542pp.

Charles H. Kaufman. Music in New Jersey, 1655-1860: A Study of Musical Activity and Musicians in New Jersey from Its First Settlement to the Civil War. Fairleigh Dickinson University Press. 1981. 297pp.

Donald Lorenzo Kemmerer. Path to Freedom: The Struggle for Self-government in Colonial New Jersey, 1703-1776. J. E. Edwards. 1968. 384pp.

Charles Merriam Knapp. New Jersey Politics During the Period of the Civil War and Reconstruction. W. F. Humphrey. 1924. 212pp.

Maxine N. Lurie; Marc Mappen (editors). Encyclopedia of New Jersey. Rutgers University Press. 2004. 927pp.

Neil M. Maher (editor). New Jersey's Environments: Past, Present, and Future. Rutgers University Press. 2006. 212pp.

Marc Mappen. Jerseyana: The Underside of New Jersey History. Rutgers University Press. 1992. 249pp.

Richard Patrick McCormick. New Jersey from Colony to State, 1609-1789. Rutgers University Press. 1964. 191pp.

R. Alan Mounier. Looking Beneath the Surface: The Story of Archaeology in New Jersey. Rutgers University Press. 2003. 261pp.

John Edwin Pomfret. The Province of East New Jersey, 1609-1702: The Rebelious Proprietary. Princeton University Press. 1962. 407pp.

Gerald M. Pomper (editor). The Political State of New Jersey. Rutgers University Press. 1986. 268pp.

Dermot Quinn. The Irish in New Jersey: Four Centuries of American Life. Rutgers University Press. 2004. 226pp.

Barbara G. Salmore; Stephen A. Salmore. New Jersey Politics and Government: The Suburbs Come of Age. Rutgers University Press. 2008. 445pp.

Hubert Glasgow Schmidt. Agriculture in New Jersey: A Three-Hundred-Year History. Rutgers University Press. 1973. 335pp.

Donald A. Sinclair. A Bibliography: The Civil War and New Jersey. Friends of the Rutgers University Library. 1968. 186pp. For the New Jersey Civil War Centennial Commission.

Jeffrey M. Stonecash; Mary P. McGuire. The Emergence of State Government: Parties and New Jersey Politics, 1950-2000. Fairleigh Dickinson University Press. 2003. 304pp.

Lorett Treese. Railroads of New Jersey: Fragments of the Past in the Garden State Landscape. Stackpole Books. 2006. 228pp.

Robert F. Williams. The New Jersey State Constitution: A Reference Guide. Greenwood Publishing Group. 1997. 168pp.

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