Image from page 63 of “Industries of New Jersey.” (1882)
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Title: Industries of New Jersey.
Year: 1882 (1880s)
Authors: Edwards, Richard, ed.
Subjects: Industries–New Jersey–Directories. Manufacturing industries–New Jersey–Directories. Manufactures–New Jersey.
Publisher: New York : Historical Publishing Company
Contributing Library: Rutgers University Libraries
Digitizing Sponsor: Lyrasis Members and Sloan Foundation
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74 STATE OF NEW JERSEY. Broadway Station (Cumberland co.), mail Vine-land. BrockSTille (Monmouth co.), mail Clarksburgh. Brontzmaiisyille (Warren co.), mail Calno. Brookdale (Essex CO.), a post village, i mile fromPeru station of the Erie Railroad. Population, 500. Brooklyn Pond (Morris co.), mail Dover. Brooklyn (Sussex co.), a hamlet on HopatcongLake. Brownville (Camden co.),a hamlet nearKirkwood. Brownsville (Middlesex co.), a hamlet midwaybetween Herbertsville and Matawan. Buckshntem (Cumberland co.), a hamlet on theMaurice River, 2^ miles n.w. of Port Elizabeth. Budds Lake (Morris CO.), a post village andsummer resort on a beautiful lake of the same name,2 miles s. of Waterloo station ; it has an excellenthotel and several boarding houses. Population, 100.
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STREET VIEW AT ELIZABETH. Brookside (Morris and Sussex cos.), a post village4 miles w. of Morristown, and a hamlet near Andover;the former is on the Whippany River, which affordspower for considerable manufactures, including alarge woolen works, a grist mill, etc. Population, 1000. Brook Valley (Morris CO.), a post hamlet nearRiverdale. BrookviUe (Hunterdon co.), mail Stockton. BrotzmanriUe (Warren co.), a post hamlet on theDelaware River above the Water Gap. Browerstown (Passaic co.), mail Little Falls. Browning (Warren co.), mail Columbia. Browns Dock (Monmouth co.), mail Navesink. Browns MiUs (Burlington co.), a post village onthe Rawcocas Creek, 3 miles e.n.e of Pemberton; thecreek supplies power for a lumber mill, a grist mill,etc.; the village is a popular summer resort, and hasa superior hotel and numerous boarding houses.Population, 200. Browns Point (Monmouth CO.), is now a part ofKeyport. Browns, or Browns Station (Burlington andMiddlesex cos.), two hamlets, the one on the M
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