The Barbadoes Neck Controversy

The Barbadoes Neck Controversy NJHS26C1

by Edward S. Rankin | NJHS 1926 | 8pp | PDF 158K | $2.00 | C1
In order to prove to his own satisfaction the truth or falsity of what has been little more than a tradition regarding the ownership and political standing of the tongue of land lying between the Passaic and Hackensack Rivers, now occupied by Harrison, Kearny and East Newark, a study of the old records was made, which proved conclusively that at least part of the area was for a time as much a part of Newark, New Jersey, as was the original "Town Plat." The controversy dates to the 1660s.

by Edward S. Rankin | NJHS 1926 | 8pp | PDF 158K | $2.00 | C1 In order to prove to his own satisfaction the truth or falsity of what has been little more than a tradition regarding the ownership and political standing of the tongue of land lying bet
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