INTRODUCTION A Walk around Little Silver Taking a walk around Little Silver ,
where I have lived for almost 30 years , is a joyful experience . My interest in the
history of the borough began with observations of people and places during my ...
Author: Karen L. Schnitzspahn
Publisher: Arcadia Publishing
Featuring many previously unpublished photographs, Little Silver Volume II explores the community's growth from the late-nineteenth century to the present. A companion to the first volume, this exciting collection of images harks back to the days when city dwellers traveled to Little Silver Point by steamboat to spend their summers. Celebrate the 75th anniversary of the incorporation of the Borough of Little Silver with this unique glimpse of times gone by. Included in the book are images from the Julia Parker collection, providing an in-depth look at the Parker homestead, which was willed to the Borough of Little Silver to be developed as a historic site. Also featured are the houses, schools, and recreational areas that contributed to the tranquility of this unique American community. Old timers will recall the stores and businesses that thrived in the middle of the century, and young readers will learn of the local heroes and world-famous people who lived in Little Silver. Parades, special events, and sporting activities are featured as well. Little Silver Volume II highlights the people and places that left a lasting impression on the history of the town.
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Madam . . 576 Livermore . . . 487 Little Maid . . . . . 577 Liverpool . . . 454 Little
Major . . . . . Livery . Little Mamie ... Little Silver , by Lizzie Cavalier . . . 583 Knight
Containing full pedigree of all the imported thorough-bred stallions and mares, with their produce.
The ceiling is perhaps a little low , but if the ventilation was better that would
matter but little . ... Lead , in the form of galena , has also been received ,
generally as silver ore , though most of it has proved of little value except as a
source of lead ...
Author: Smithsonian Institution
Vols. for 1847-1963/64 include the Institution's Report of the Secretary, also published separately.