SoJourn

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SoJourn — Several issues of our twice-yearly journal devoted to the history, culture, and geography of South Jersey are available.

It is available at the Stockton Campus Center Bookstore, Second Time Books in Mt. Laurel, the AtlantiCare Regional Medical Center gift shop, the Visitors Center at Smithville, which is part of the Burlington County park system, the Pine Barrens Store next to the Shamong Diner on Route 206 and Amazon. It will be available in other bookstores and establishments soon. Price is $10.00. All proceeds go to the SJCHC publication fund.

SoJourn is a collaborative effort. Local historians contribute the articles; Stockton students edit, set type, and design the layout; SJCHC oversees the publication.

Articles by Issue:

“Nash’s Cabin (Buck Run)” by Richard Watson, 7

“The Future of Transportation: The Bicycle Railway” by Dennis McDonald, 17

“Mary, Mary, Quite Contrary . . .” by Patricia A. Martinelli, 27

“Bipolar State: A Survey and Analysis of South Jersey’s Geographical and Cultural Borders” by Robert Lowe Barnett and Steve Chernoski, 33

“Immersion” by Kenneth Tompkins, 49

“Shinplasters: Economic Remnants of New Jersey’s Glass Industry” by Todd R. Sciore, 55

“The Burlington Town Plan: From Medieval to Modern” by Robert P. Thompson, 63

“Nature, Naturalists, and South Jersey” by Claude M. Epstein, 75

“Mary Ann and the Cranberry Farm, a Transformative Experience” by Alexis Demitroff, 89

“Kate Aylesford: Modernity and Place in New Jersey’s Pine Barrens” by Matthew G. Hatvany, 7

“Alfred and Muriel: The Story of the J. A. Sweeton House in Cherry Hill, New Jersey” by Brian Stolz as told by Jim Stanton, 19

“School Segregation in the Post-Civil War Era: Burlington County, New Jersey, 1865–1915” by Zachary T. Baer, 25

“Where Blackberries Grew: Margaret Mead in Hammonton” by Patricia Chappine and Mark Demitroff, 37

“A Day on the Bay with Waterman Phil Andersen” by Susan Allen, 45

“South Jersey Fruit Picking Tickets” by Richard Watson, 50

“From Butcher Knife to Scalpel: Four Generations of South Jersey Physicians” by Lisa E. Cox, Edward Hutton and Ruth Hutton-Williams, 63

“Manufacturing from Menhaden: A History in the Mullica Valley” by Kenneth W. Able, 75

“Carabajal, The Jew: A Legend of Monterey, Mexico” by Charles K. Landis, 83

“Reimagining a Remnant of the Past at Stockton” by James Pullaro and Paul W. Schopp, 100

“The First African American Excursion to Atlantic City” by Paul W. Schopp, 7

“Proving a Legend: A Submarine in the Rancocas Creek” by Alice Smith, 15

“Brevet Brigadier General Elias Wright: Surveyor Extraordinaire” by Elizabeth G. Carpenter, 23

“Mapping the Mullica Valley: Natural History Landscapes” by Kenneth W. Able, 33

“Off Course in a Raging Sea: Captain William M. Phillips and the Plight of the Schooner Benjamin E. Valentine” by Paul W. Schopp with Anthony Ficcaglia, 45

“Haul Away, Boys!” 53

“Jerseyisms” by Francis E. Lee, 59

“The Rebirth of Buzby’s Chatsworth General Store” by R. Marilyn Schmidt, 68

“The Publications of R. Marilyn Schmidt,” 78

“The Endicott-Reardon Family Museum” by Rebecca Muller, 81

“Anecdotes and Memoirs of William Boen,” 85

“The Coia Map Project” by James Pullaro and Paul W. Schopp, 94

“Made in Nesco: The Inter-Generational Project of Place-Making” by Mary Jo Kietzman, 7

“Le Balloonist” by Hal Taylor, 23

“Elizabeth C. White’s Garden” by Albertine Senske, 28

“Pocahontas on the Delaware: The Intersection of History and Legend in the Historiography of New Jersey” by John W. Lawrence, 39

“Calico or Dobbin’s Bog” by Rich Watson, 53

“Plagues and Public Policy: How South Jersey Cleaned Up Its Act” by Claude Epstein, 69

“Stockton University Welcomes Heather Perez: Special Collections Librarian and Archivist” by Amy Krieger, 83

“Ghost Forests in the Mullica Valley: Indicators of Sea-Level Rise” by Kenneth W. Able, Jennifer Walker, and Benjamin P. Horton, 87

“A February Freshet & Breach in the Bank” by Dallas Lore Sharp, 97

“Battle of Turtle Gut Inlet” by Zachary T. Baer and PaulW. Schopp, 7

“The Battle of Iron Works Hill” by Salvatore D. Gabriele, 17

“Knight at Egg Harbor” by J. Anthony Harness, 31

“Forgotten Victories” by Jeffery M. Dorwart, 41

“Research into the Battle of Gloucester” by Garry Wheeler Stone, Paul W. Schopp, and Jason R. Wickertsty, 55

“The Battle of the Kegs” by Francis Hopkinson, 74

“Should New Jersey Be Considered the Crossroads of the American Revolution?” by Zachary T. Baer, 77

“When Mad Anthony Came to South Jersey” by Claude M. Epstein, 81

“The Lord’s Orders” by J. Anthony Harness, 95

“Born a Peacemaker, Became a Patriot: 1st Lieutenant Jeremiah Leeds” by Norman Reeves Goos, 107

“Notice is Hereby Given: Extracts from Colonial Newspapers,” 120

“South Jersey’s Revolutionary Battles, Skirmishes, and Future Research,” 127

“Cedar Bridge Tavern,” 137

“The Atlantic County Veterans Museum,” by Jackson Glassey, 141

“The Southern Pine Barrens: An Ethnic Archipelago” by Elizabeth Marsh, Mark Demitroff, and Paul W. Schopp, 7

“Unexpected Wildlife Refuge: Haven for South Jersey Wildlife” by Nedim C. Buyukmihci, 26

“The Sphinx Woman” by Patricia A. Martinelli, 33

“Horseshoe Crabs: Ancient Migrators” by Kenneth W. Able, Thomas M. Grothues, and Paola López-Duarte, 39

“All Aboard for Amatol, New Jersey” by Daniel J. Dinnebeil, 45

“Unlikely Farmers: Tokens of the Allivine Canning Company” by Todd R. Sciore, 55

“The Newton Union Burial Ground: The Site of Camden County’s Origin and The Resting Place of Its Earliest Pioneers” by Robert Shinn, Andrew Levecchia, and Sandra White Grear, 63

“A Century Later: The Spanish Flu in New Jersey” by Brendan Honick, 85

“The Youthful Emigrant: A True Story of the Early Settlement of New Jersey” by Lydia Maria Child, 87

“The Compendium of New Jersey’s Crossroads in Folk Music” by Jackson Glassey, 95

“The Bayshore Center: A Unique Maritime Experience on the Delaware Bay” by Jessica English, 99 

“The Great Island Lying Before Shackamaxon: Petty Island, Lenape-Colonist Relations, and Provincial Rivalries, 1678-1701" by Robert A. Shinn and Jean R. Soderlund, 7

“Captain Wilson & the Walt Whitman Bridge," by Samantha Wyld and Tom Kinsella, 25

“Gary Giberson Talks about Cedar" by Gary Giberson, 30

“Railroads and Forest Fires" by Horace A. Somes Jr. and Paul W. Schopp, 45

“Map of the Skirmish or Battle of Iron Works Hill" by Adam E. Zielinski, 55

“Journal of Thomas Hopkins of the Friendship Salt Works, New Jersey, 1780" 59

“The New Old Cedar Bridge Tavern" by Jessica Camberlain, 71

“A Window to the Past: Waretown's Glass Negative Postcard Set“ by Adele R. Shaw, 74

"Who Was Alick Merriman? A South Jersey Real Photo Postcard Photographer" by Paul W. Schopp, 95

“Shirley Burd Whealton, In Memoriam" by Peter H. Stemmmer, 99

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