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The Pine barrens of New Jersey

July bulletin, 1929
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Nursery stock, Catalogs, Pine, Seedlings, Prices, Forest p
Statementgrown by J.M. Bassett
ContributionsBassett, J. M., Henry G. Gilbert Nursery and Seed Trade Catalog Collection
The Physical Object
Pagination4 unnumbered pages ;
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL26411197M
OCLC/WorldCa921180083

This book is about New Jersey and the Pine Barrens which is an area in several counties located near the middle of the state. It is basically a very early history of the people, the industries and the customs of the inhabitants/5(5).

As with The Meadowlands, another book about an area of wilderness in New Jersey, The Pine Barrens is a remarkable account of a wonderful and strange place which, sadly, is being encroached upon by a growing population.

Some of it has been designated a National Park, quite recently. I found both these books by: The Pine Barrens of New Jersey cover 22 percent of the most densely populated state in the country.

It is the largest stretch of open space between Boston, Massachusetts, and Richmond, Virginia. It reaches across 56 municipalities and 7 counties/5(1).

In his fourth book about the New Jersey Pine Barrens, Howard P. Boyd presents a fascinating study of the natural forces that created this unique ecosystem and a timely review of human development in the region/5(2). The majestic area of New Jersey known as the pine barrens is a vast natural area acknowledged worldwide for its unique flora.

In this guide, Howard P. Boyd offers readers detailed descriptions along with color photographs of the most commonly seen pine barrens wild flower species/5(4).

This book about the Pine Barrens of New Jersey (written in ) examines The Pine barrens of New Jersey book people and well as the forest.

It is a portrait of a community within a diverse pine forest. He explains a history of prejudice against the inhabitants and shows the depth of dignity of a people countering any image of I lived in New Jersey for over a year without anyone mentioning this book/5.

This book was the first serious look at the culture of the Pine Barrens as told by the people who call it home – the Pineys. His book, and the follow-up volume More Forgotten Towns of Southern New Jersey paved the way for generations of cultural historians, ghost town hunters, and Pine Barrens enthusiasts.

The Pine Barrens of southern New Jersey are an anomaly in many respects, both culturally and environmentally. It is a region with its own unique folklore and rich in historical significance. Gabriel Coia is no stranger to this culture; he is a part of it.

As one listens to The Pines of My Past there is an immediate sense of authenticity. This. As with The Meadowlands, another book about an area of wilderness in New Jersey, The Pine Barrens is a remarkable account of a wonderful and strange place which, sadly, is being encroached upon by a growing population.

Some of it has been designated a National Park, quite recently. I found both these books fascinating/5(88). The Pine Barrens is part of million acres of the Pinelands National Reserve, which ranges from northern Ocean County south and west, and occupies 22% of New Jersey's land area.

It is the largest body of open space on the Mid-Atlantic seaboard between Richmond and Boston, covering vast areas in Ocean, Burlington, Camden, Cape May, Cumberland. The Pine Barrens of New Jersey cover 22 percent of the most densely populated state in the country. It is the largest stretch of open space between Boston, Massachusetts, and Richmond, Virginia.

It reaches across 56 municipalities and 7 : ArcadiaPublishing. The Pine Barrens of New Jersey cover 22 percent of the most densely populated state in the country.

It is the largest stretch of open space between Boston, Massachusetts, and Richmond, Virginia. It reaches across 56 municipalities and 7 counties. The name came from early settlers who thought Brand: Arcadia Publishing SC.

This summer the New Jersey book I plan to revisit is Mr. McPhee’s “Pine Barrens,” his nonfiction classic about a huge swath of southern New Jersey that (to this day) remains largely.

While John McPhee's best known bit of nature writing is his tribute to Alaska, "Coming into the Country", before it he wrote "The Pine Barrens".

The Pine Barrens were a chunk of New Jersey (!) that was mostly unspoiled sandy woodlands in /5(5). ARCADIA PUBLISHING or pages/over 70 photos The New Jersey Pinelands, also referred to as the Pine Barrens, is a mysterious and fascinating region contained within seven counties: Burlington, Ocean, Atlantic, Camden, Cape May, Cumberland and Gloucester.

The New Jersey Pine Barrens has been the site of many legends, tales and mythical creatures, many of which have been documented by Weird NJ in its magazines and books.

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1 The Jersey Devil 2 Captain Kidd 3 The Black Dog. Pine Barrens: Ecosystem and Landscape focuses on the relationship between the ecological and landscape aspects of Pine Barrens of New Jersey.

The idea in this book is based from the discussions of Rutgers University botanists and ecologists at the American Institute of Biological Science meetings, and from the interest generated by the annual New Jersey. Brendan McInerney/Insider The Pine Barrens is a million-acre area of southern New Jersey.

It's a heavily forested area covered in sandy, acidic, nutrient-poor soil that is well suited for cranberries, orchids, and carnivorous : Brendan Mcinerney.

Was an alien shot and killed in the Pine Barrens of New Jersey.

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A new book, titled “Strange Craft: The True Story of an Air Force. As with The Meadowlands, another book about an area of wilderness in New Jersey, The Pine Barrens is a remarkable account of a wonderful and strange place which, sadly, is being encroached upon by a growing population.

Some of it has been designated a National Park, quite recently. I found both these books fascinating/5. The Pine Barrens of New Jersey encompass over million acres of preserved woodlands spanning 7 counties. Though they are in the heart of America’s most densely populated state, situated between two major cities (New York and Philadelphia), the land is mostly rural and dotted with ruins of former mill and mining : Kristen Koennemann.

She wrote a book as a result- ‘Ghost towns and other Quirky Places in New Jersey Pine Barrens.’ The book consists of hand-drawn maps, detailed direction with photos on how to reach these difficult places.

The book is a half travelogue, half day-trippers guide, and half history. Without a doubt, New Jersey’s oldest, most enduring, and important pieces of folklore is the tale of the infamous Jersey Devil.

For close to three hundred years now, Jerseyans have told tales of this mythical beast that stalks the Pine Barrens and terrorizes local residents.

In Southern New Jersey and Philadelphia folklore, the Jersey Devil (also known as the Leeds Devil) is a legendary creature said to inhabit the Pine Barrens of South creature is often described as a flying biped with hooves, but there are many common description is that of a kangaroo-like or wyvern-like creature with a goat- or horse-like head, Country: United States.

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Pine Barrens mysteries come to life in new book. Historical fiction novel recounts adventures of friends who explore Pine Barrens and Jersey Shore mysteries. Most people think of New Jersey as a suburban-industrial corridor that runs between New York and Philadelphia.

Yet in the low center of the state is a near wilderness, larger than most national parks, which has been known since the seventeenth century as the Pine term refers to the predominant trees in the vast forests that cover the area and to 4/5(8).

Discovering New Jersey’s Pine Barrens. K likes. "Discovering New Jersey's Pine Barrens" by Cathy Antener will guide you to the many sites and attractions of NJ's Pine Barrens Followers: K.

Most people think of New Jersey as a suburban-industrial corridor that runs between New York and Philadelphia.

Yet in the low center of the state is a near wilderness, larger than most national parks, which has been known since the seventeenth century as the Pine by:   The Pine Barrens of New Jersey contain more ghost towns, some say, than the entire American west.

In Ghost Towns and Other Quirky Places in the New Jersey Pine Barrens author Barbara Solem-Stull tells the story of the towns that rose up around the iron furnaces, glass factories, paper mills, cranberry farms, and brick making establishments of the 18th, Brand: Plexus Publishing, Inc.

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The New Yorker, Novem P. PROFILE of the Pine Barrens, a large tract of wilderness in central & southern N.J., and the inhabitants of the .Pine Barrens Wildlife Share: Among animals, we find 34 species of mammals, 36 species of fish, 24 amphibians, 30 reptiles, birds (either year-round or migratory residents), and more t invertebrate species (mostly insects, worms and other arthropods).

The phrase "New Jersey Pine Barrens" often conjures images of desolate forests and even the piercing red eyes of the Jersey Devil. While those just might be true, there are over one million acres in southern New Jersey filled with remarkable people, charming communities, natural wonders and man-made : TheHistoryPress.