By John R. Giles
First established in the 1700's as a forge village (located in Sussex County, New Jersey) has endured several eras of decline and growth. John Giles illuminates the constant ebb and flow of the history of Waterloo Village.
The true story of an Episcopal priest (St. Bernard's Church and St John on the Mountain) whose abiding faith enabled him to confront the conflicting temperaments evident in the mid-20th century. His ministry affirmed the sacredness of each person, of all races, of all genders, of the poor and of the Earth itself. His pastoral strategy was one of reconciliation. from a place he called "the perilous middle". At life's end there was a final personal reconciliation when William Nieman, Jr. accepted deteriorating health and early onset Alzheimer's as his "Jerusalem".
VERY INTERESTING HISTORY,AND GREAT NEVER BEFORE SEEN PHOTOS.
Photographs by Edward Babbott
Poems by Markie Babbott
Within New Jersey's Great Swamp National Wildlife Refuge, a father and daughter explore the seasons of life through an exchange of photography and poetry.
Beautiful little book! Signed copies available here!
By John Turpin and Barry Thompson
Lavishly illustrated. A rare glimpse into some of New Jersey's finest country houses and estates and the fascinating people who designed and built them.
Very well written.
Beautiful hardcover editions.
The Landed Gentry
By William A. Schleicher and Susan J. Winter
This fascinating book introduces us to the landed gentry of the Somerset Hills, with over 200 images bringing to life the colorful families and their magnificent estates.
by Heather E. Stivison
History of the country estate of Gustav Stickley, the father of the American Arts and Crafts Movement. Craftsman Farms showcases the design legacy of Mr. Stickley. A fine history of our local heritage.
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