Clinton, Flemington, and Lambertville
Arcadia Publishing, Jul 1, 2003 - History - 128 pages
Life among the rolling hills of northwest New Jersey and in the three small towns that became centers of that area's population has been faithfully recorded by residents since the Civil War, capturing the rural character of their landscape. The rich heritage of descendants of English, Dutch, and German settlers in the Hunderton County population centers of Clinton, Flemington, and Lambertville is presented here.
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