Contact the NJ Historical Commission
NJ Historical Commission
P.O. Box 305
Trenton, NJ 08625

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The Growth of New Jersey's Cities

Grades 5 through 8
Books, Articles and Teachers Guides
"Urbanizing the Garden State"
pp. 222-242. In New Jersey: A Mirror on America
John T. Cunningham. Andover, N.J.: Afton Publishing Co., 1976
Internet Sites
New Jersey History Partnership Project
www.nj-history.org
Click on "Enter"
Click on "Market Revolution"
Click on "Paterson Raceways: An Interactive Tour"
Grades 9 through 12
Books, Articles and Teachers Guides
"The Urban-Industrial Order, 1880s to 1950s"
(The Countryside Modernizes, Immigrants and Families, Factories and Communities, Giant Corporations and Family Work, the Power of the Marketplace, Government Reinforces Community)
pp. 37-59. In The Development of New Jersey's Society
Joel Schwartz. New Jersey History Series. Trenton: New Jersey Historical Commission, 1997
New Jersey Legacy Teacher's Guides
Program 5, Monopolies and Mechanics
David Steven Cohen. Trenton: NJN Public Television and the New Jersey Historical Commission, 1996
Audio and Video
Monpolies and Mechanics
Program 5 in the New Jersey Legacy television series.
Co-produced by NJN Public Television and the New Jersey Historical Commission, 1996
The Life and Times of Frank Hague
A one-hour radio documentary, co-produced by NJN Public Radio and the New Jersey Historical Commission, 2001 (listen online)
Documents
New Jersey Legacy Teacher's Guides
Program 5, Monopolies and Mechanics
David Steven Cohen. Trenton: NJN Public Television and the New Jersey Historical Commission, 1996.
A Remarkable Industrial Parade, 1821, pp. 65-66
Internet Sites
New Jersey History Partnership Project
www.nj-history.org
Click on "Enter"
Click on "Market Revolution"
Click on "Newark Artisans"