3 edition of Brotherton, 1758-1802 found in the catalog.
George D. Flemming
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||George D. Flemming.|
|LC Classifications||E78.N6 F54 2005|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2004028029|
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The Brotherton Reservation () was established within the area of the New Jersey Pine Barrens known today as Indian Mills, in the Burlington County township of Shamong. Brotherton new book is the first to focus principally on the history of this unique reservation and to offer Brotherton by George D.
Flemming (a dedicated student of New Jersey history and archaeology) is the history of the Brotherton Indian reservation which existed from to and was the only Indian reservation every established within the state of New :// Brotherton Indian Reservation The tract of land in Shamong Brotherton long known as the Indian Reservation, and later as Edgepillock, also as the Brotherton tract, contained at one time, three thousand two hundred and eighty-four acres of land, and is located a little northwest from the centre of the township, covering what is now the village of Three years later, however, they changed their minds, and the New Jersey Assembly agreed to sell the reservation and give the profits to the remaining tribal members.
Inmost of the men and women from Brotherton left New Jersey to join the Oneidas, while a few stayed behind and were integrated into the white community. Excerpt The original reservation of 3, acres in what are now Tabernacle and Shamong Townships was established in In his well-researched book Brotherton, retired South Jersey historian and archaeologist George D.
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The diary of a country parson, [James Woodforde; John Beresford]fresh and eager rich in character so infectiously alive to the simple pleasures that even now the senses quicken to read it.' Jan Morris in The Times a brilliant picture of traditional English rural society (Parson Woodforde) is now among the most unforgettable characters of English literature.' Ronald Blythe in the Introduction The world in which Parson Woodforde lived was