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An Historical Account of the First Settlement of Salem, in West Jersey, by John Fenwick, Esq., Chief Proprietor of the same; with many of the important events that have occurred, down to the present generation, embracing a period of one hundred and fifty years; by R.G. Johnson

An Historical Account of the First Settlement of Salem, in West Jersey, by John Fenwick, Esq., Chief Proprietor of the same; with many of the important events that have occurred, down to the present generation, embracing a period of one hundred and fifty years; by R.G. Johnson

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An Historical Account of the First Settlement of Salem, in West Jersey, by John Fenwick, Esq., Chief Proprietor of the same; with many of the important events that have occurred, down to the present generation, embracing a period of one hundred and fifty years; by R.G. Johnson

by Johnson, Robert Gibbon

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Philadelphia: Orrin Rogers, 1839. Hardcover. Very Good. 173, [1] p.; 16 cm. Modern full calf with printed paper spine label. Marbled endpapers. John Fenwick (1618-1683) was the English Quaker who in 1675 led a group of Quakers to New Jersey, where they established the first English settlement in West Jersey, named New Salem. The author, Robert Gibbon Johnson (1771-1850), was a Salem resident and a founder of the New Jersey Historical Society. In Very Good Condition: binding is clean and tight; old dampstain along upper fore-edge of about half of pages; light foxing throughout, heavy on a few pages; occasional marginal pencil mark; otherwise, clean and tight.

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An Historical Account of the First Settlement of Salem, in West Jersey, by John Fenwick, Esq., Chief Proprietor of the same; with many of the important events that have occurred, down to the present generation, embracing a period of one hundred and fifty years; by R.G. Johnson
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Johnson, Robert Gibbon
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Orrin Rogers
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Date Published
1839
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