New Jersey"s Revolutionary economy

by James H. Levitt

Publisher: New Jersey Historical Commission in Trenton

Written in English
Published: Pages: 28 Downloads: 105
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  • New Jersey -- Economic conditions -- Juvenile literature,
  • New Jersey -- History -- Revolution, 1775-1783 -- Juvenile literature

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Describes the relationship of the pre-Revolutionary economy of New Jersey to the growing movement for separation from England.

Edition Notes

StatementJames H. Levitt.
GenreJuvenile literature
SeriesNew Jersey"s revolutionary experience -- 9
The Physical Object
Pagination28 p. :
Number of Pages28
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL23253244M

The American Revolution in New Jersey: Where the Battlefront Meets the Home Front [James J. Gigantino, Michael Adelberg, Bruce Bendler, Todd W. Braisted, Larry Kidder, Eleanor H McConnell, Robert A Selig, Donald E Sherblom and Gregory F Walsh]. Winne. Social and Economic Conditions in Revolutionary New Jersey by David Fowler; New Jersey: Radical or Conservative in the Crisis Summer of ? by Maxine N. Lurie; The "Cockpit" Reconsidered: Revolutionary New Jersey As a Military Theater by Mark Edward Lender; Picturing Revolutionary New Jersey: The Arts by Barbara J. Mitnick. A wonderful guide through New Jersey, the 'cockpit' of the Revolution, this is the complete account of New Jersey's important role in tile American Revolutionary War, as only the accomplished novelist and historian Alfred Hoyt Bill could tell it. Not only does he survey the major military developments, but he also covers the social and economic. Woodbridge, the oldest original township in New Jersey, celebrates years of history! Book review by Kate Knowles-Brindle. WITNESS TO HISTORY THE CUTTER FARM IN FORDS, NEW JERSEY. By Donald Johnstone Peck. I had the great honor of being one of the people asked to review author and historian, Donald Johnstone Peck’s newest book, Witness to.

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New Jersey in the American Revolution, A Documentary History edited by Larry R. Gerlach and published by the New Jersey Historical Commission is a compilation of primary sources relating to the American Revolution in New Jersey. Introduction, Preface and Abbreviations. Reform and Resistance Daniel Coxe to Joseph Reed, Ap [5] The New Jersey Committee of.

New Jersey played a crucial role in the American Revolution. Positioned between the new nation’s capital in Philadelphia and the British stronghold in New York, no place in New Jerseys Revolutionary economy book Jersey was spared the ravages of war.

During six years of conflict, General George Washington and the Continental Army spent more days in New Jersey than any other state. -- Outbreak of War and election of Governor William Livingston When the revolution was formally commenced through the approval by the Continental Congress of the Declaration of Independence in JulyNew Jersey remained one of the new states most divided by the break with the Crown.

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New Jersey’s Revolutionary Experience. A series of twenty-eight now out-of-print pamphlets published by the New Jersey Historical Commission to commemorate the Bicentennial of the American Revolution. The pamphlets explore New Jersey history at the time of the Revolution, by either looking at New Jersey’s contribution to the Revolution or by studying some aspect of life in New Jersey.

The economy of New Jersey depended mainly on the production of wheat and grains from farms as one of the "bread colonies".

New Jersey also supplied cattle and horses to the other colonies. New Jersey was originally built up for its fur trading industry, and because of this it had many trading stations and outposts devoted to this income.

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With this sale, New Jersey was divided into East Jersey and West Jersey, two distinct provinces of the proprietary colony. The political division existed for the 26 years between and Determination of an exact location for a border between West Jersey and East Jersey was often a matter of dispute, as was the border with New York.

The border between the two sides reached the Atlantic. - James Parker, a former printing apprentice to Benjamin Franklin who with Franklin's financial support had established a successful printing business in Manhattan, returns to New Jersey to set up a printing business in Woodbridge.

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Stryker's page Official Register of the Officers and Men of New Jersey in the Revolutionary references to 15, New Jersey Revolutionary War veterans. Following the Revolutionary War in the s, New Jersey initially resisted the urge to free slaves due to a desire to re-build their devastated economy.

According to the American historian Giles Wright, by New Jersey's enslaved population numbered approximat They. This website provides the tools to help you find and understand these locations which played a part in New Jersey's Revolutionary War story. It contains photographs, information, and directions for almost Revolutionary War historic sites located throughout all twenty-one New Jersey counties.

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Most of the cargo was turned over to fund the Revolution. But the privateers kept enough to become very wealthy themselves.

New Jersey has a long history of adapting to a changing economic climate. From its colonial origins to the present day, New Jersey's economy has continuously and successfully confronted the challenges and uncertainties of technological and demographic change, placing the state at the forefront of each national and global economic era.

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Almost a century passed before colonization began with the arrival in of the English navigator Henry Hudson, who sent a party to explore Sandy Hook Bay.

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