2 edition of Haddonfield: its life with railroads, 1854-1976 found in the catalog.
Haddonfield: its life with railroads, 1854-1976
Marion Pennypacker Tatem
by Historical Society of Haddonfield
Written in English
|Statement||Marion Pennypacker Tatem.|
|Series||Haddonfield historical Society Publications, second series, # 2, Haddonfield Historical Society publications -- #2.|
|Contributions||Haddonfield Historical Society.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||30 p. :|
|Number of Pages||30|
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Haddonfield was founded in by Elizabeth Haddon, a yearold English Quaker, as a place for Quakers and others to live and worship in freedom. Because of its location as a crossroads of water, road, and rail transportation, the community evolved from an 18th-century agricultural and trade center for southern New Jersey to a railroad suburb of Philadelphia in the late 19th s: 2.
Bulletin of the Historical Society Haddonfield: its life with railroads Haddonfield. Vol number 3, September Articles include: Director of Frederick Co.
(Md.) Office of Hist. —"Haddonfield: A Sketch of Its Early History" by Isadore Feinstein, The Feinsteins lived above the shop. Known variously as the Philadelphia Bargain Store, Ladies and Gents’ Furnishings and Shoes, and the United Department Store, the family’s new home was on the busiest corner in Haddonfield.
The West Haddonfield station (an unheated enclosed shelter) was moved, from its location on the east side of the tracks at Mt. Vernon Avenue, to the storage yards of the former Haddonfield Lumber. History of Grantville, Kansas [N/A] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
History of Grantville, Kansas Author: N/A. The Historical Society is co-hosting a book launch for Jan Twitchell’s new book, A Fortunate Life. The event will be held on Thursday Dec.
7 at 3 pm at Brandywine Living, Warwick Rd, Haddonfield. Jan began the book as an oral history for the Historical Society, before it turned. Bulletin of the Historical Society of Haddonfield.
Vol number 1, March Articles include: Candlelight dinner March 17 featured presentation: "Haddonfield: Fact and Fiction" -Docents training program began Jan. 26, Greenfield Hall to have same opening hours as Indian King Tavern -Greenfield Hall to host exhibit of Edward Sheriff Curtis prints in Feb.
-Essays on: "Life as a Teenager. The Basket, a Haddonfield Newspaper, (Vol. 1, No. 4, 10 September ) states that the original railroad station was called "Webster's Lane,≤ but on 20 Junea meeting of the citizens of Rowandtown voted to change the name of the town to Glenwood.
Bulletin of the Historical Society of Haddonfield. Vol number 2, May Articles include: May 25 meeting featured presenation: "Antique Clocks and Their Makers" by President of Cherry Hill chapter of the National Association of Watch and Clock Collectors -Society has charged a Search Committee to hire a part-time administrator -Annual Historic Village Fair scheduled for June 3.
Full text of "Historical sketch of Potter street in Haddonfield, New Jersey" See other formats, H6»V 1 HISTORICAL SKETCH OF POTTER STREET IN Haddonfield, New Jersey BY Sarah Crawford Hillman HISTORICAL SKETCH OF POTTER STREET IN Haddonfield, New Jersey BY Sarah Crawford Hillman Haddon Gazette Press igio -^-^2/ /^/ ^^ HISTORIC POTTER STREET.
Lawnside is celebrating its 75th anniversary this year, having broken away in -- along with other boroughs like Runnemede and Bellmawr -- from. HISTORY OF COLLINGSWOOD A Rich PastThe history and contributions of Collingswood weave a story that captures the true picture of life as it evolved east of the Delaware River.
The following passage is an excerpt from Collingswood Centennial written by Peter Childs There are certain years which seem to be identified with a specific event.
A Thirst for War gives readers a unique view of the Civil War. It tells the story of Professor John Ulysses Martin. He is idealistically anxious to serve.
Accompanied by a couple of his students, he travels to join up and looks forward to seeing action. As he watches others killed and maimed one after another, disillusionment settles in on s: The West Jersey and Seashore Railroad (WJ&S) was a Pennsylvania Railroad subsidiary that became part of Pennsylvania-Reading Seashore Lines in At the end of it operated miles ( km) of road on miles (1, km) of track; that year it reported million ton-miles of revenue freight and million arters: Camden, New Jersey.
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Life is hell for all the slaves, but especially bad for Cora; an outcast even among her fellow Africans, she is coming into womanhood—where even greater pain awaits.
When Caesar, a recent arrival from Virginia, tells her about the Underground Railroad, they decide to take a terrifying risk and escape.
Ap First passenger trains operate over bridge,only to Camden and Amboy Railroad (Southward), Line to West Haddonfield not yet open.
(WJRII) Line to West Haddonfield, Wye at Delair, Connections to the Camden and Amboy Railroad (Northward), and Camden and Burlington County Railroad Company placed in service.Bulletin of the Historical Society of Haddonfield. Vol number 2, May Articles include: Meeting May 26; featured presentation: "The History of Beekeeping" -"Moving Houses Around and About-- Part IX Our Own Samuel Mickle House" -Founders Day Garden Party and Silent Auction June 6 p.m.
at Greenfield Hall -"A Tavern at a Cross-roads, A Tavern in the Cross-fire The Indian King.Along the Cooper River: Camden to Haddonfield focuses on the communities of Camden, Pennsauken, Cherry Hill, Collingswood, Haddon Township, and Haddonfield and how each of them has played a unique role in the long and rich history of the river and its evolution into a nationally significant recreational area.