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The story of New Jersey's civil boundaries, 1606-1968 (edition 1969)

by John Parr Snyder

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Title:The story of New Jersey's civil boundaries, 1606-1968
Authors:John Parr Snyder
Info:Trenton, Bureau of Geology and Topography, 1969.
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Useful in genealogical research for understanding the evolution of New Jersey's counties and other municipalities over time. ( )
  greenleaf | Jan 8, 2011 |
All civil boundary data concerning New Jersey's counties and municipalities in detail or outline form. .
  gvb_hjb | Apr 4, 2007 |
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