The Barclay Record book and its East Jersey Minutes: An Early Look at Context and Content
AbstractThis article places the East Jersey Proprietors’ Minutes 1682-84 in their historical context and carefully identifies how they fit into previous known documents from colonial New Jersey. The author also assesses the new information these minutes provide and suggest how it “opens new opportunities for research in early New Jersey history.”
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