History of Bergen County, New Jersey (Google eBook)

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New Jersey pub. and engraving Company, 1900 - Bergen County (N.J.) - 691 pages
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Genealogy and History of BERGEN COUNTY, New Jersey
History of Bergen County, New Jersey, 1630-1923: Lewis Historical Publishing Co., 1923, Westervelt, Frances Augusta Johnson, 1229 pgs. ...
genealogycds.com/ sales/ Bergen.htm

Bergen County, NJ Biography Project
History of Bergen County, New Jersey. Van Valen, James M. New York: New Jersey Publishing and Engraving Co., 1900. Genealogical History ...
history.sloco.net/ NJBio/ Bergen.html

Bibliography A Pictorial History of Tenafly 1894-1994. Tenafly, NJ ...
Van Valen, jm History of Bergen County, New Jersey. New York: New Jersey. Publishing and Engraving Company, 1900. Van der Burgh, Le Roy, comp. ...
www.tenaflynj.org/ filestorage/ 3718/ 730/ 2663/ 08_Bibliography.pdf

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