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Real and Ideal Bloomfield: The Briefly-told Story of Church Town, Township ...
Stephen Morris Hulin
No preview available - 2009
Amzi Aury King Baldwin Banks Reford beautiful Belleville Avenue Bloom Bloomfield Avenue Bloomfield Library Association brick building Broad Street Brookdale Cadmus chapel Charles charter church building corner David G David Oakes Duncan Kennedy edifice education in Bloomfield erected Essex County established Eucleian Hall Eucleian Society factory Fremont Street Garabrant German Theological Glen Ridge gristmills Haskell Henry High School Hulin hundred IDEAL BLOOMFIELD J. M. Nardiello James Jarvie Memorial John Joseph Bloomfield Liberty Street Lindenmeyr located manufacture Methodist mill Montclair Railway Morris Morris Canal Newark old church oldest Orange Street organized parish Park Passaic pastorate of Rev pipe organ Place plant Presbyterian Church public hall public library railroad REAL AND IDEAL rectorate Residence road Robert Peele Samuel Ellor Samuel Ward Sprague STEPHEN MORRIS Stone House Plain Sunday School Third River Thomas Oakes town township Township Committee Ward Wardsesson Washington west side Westminster Westminster Church
Page 25 - Fifty years ago, on November 25th, 1851, a spiritual tree was planted in the town of Bloomfield. That tree was called the First Baptist Church. Since that time, during sunshine and shadow, in winter's cold and summer's heat, in times of adversity or prosperity, it has continued to grow; having enjoyed to an eminent degree the blessing of God and the faithful cultivation of His servants.
Page 43 - For nearly ten years its ideal, as stated in its adopted constitution, "the improvement in mental culture of its members and the cultivation of a literary taste in our village
Page 17 - Sidewalks, however, were flagged in all parts of the township, upon petition, and some of the streets were macadamized, the expense met by a general road appropriation.