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The Market Revolution in New Jersey

Grades 5 through 8
Books, Articles and Teachers Guides
"Artisans and Industries, 1800-1880"
(Apprentices, Journeymen, and Masters; the Industrial Revolution, Artisans Respond)
pp. 17-26, In Workers in New Jersey History
Joseph Gowaskie. New Jersey History Series. Trenton: New Jersey Historical Commission, 1996
Audio and Video
Monopolies and Mechanics
A 30-minute television documentary about New Jersey in the early nineteenth century. A co-production of New Jersey Network and the New Jersey Historical Commission, 1999
Newarkartisans (Online Video Clip)
www.nj-history.org
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Online Lectures
Susan Hirsch, "Industrializing Crafts, Creating a Working Class in Newark"
www.nj-history.org
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Don Skemer, "David Alling's Chair Manufactory
www.nj-history.org
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Click on "Online Lectures-Don Skemer"
Internet Sites
New Jersey History Partnership Project
www.nj-history.org
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Click on "Gibbons v. Ogden"
Click on "Transportation"
Click on "Newark Artisans"