Bordentown Revisited (Images of America) by Arlene S. Bice PDF

By Arlene S. Bice

Bordentown Revisited highlights the memorable progress of a space positioned on the kink of the Delaware River. town of Bordentown and neighboring Fieldsboro proportion a stretch of
riverfront, and that waterfront position introduced them nice prosperity through the commercial years. the agricultural township traded its agricultural profession for housing improvement. Then, as outdated paths and byways turned streets and highways, companies, hotels, and eating places emerged alongside the roadside.

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