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Towns of New Gretna & Bass River, U.S. Highway 9 at County Road 679, New Gretna, Burlington County, NJ



Item Title
Towns of New Gretna & Bass River, U.S. Highway 9 at County Road 679, New Gretna, Burlington County, NJ

Location
U.S. Highway 9 at County Road 679, New Gretna, NJ

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Created/Published
Documentation compiled after 1933.

Notes
Survey number HABS NJ-1031
Building/structure dates: 1713
Part of building/structure is in Bass River, Burlington County, NJ.
Significance: The area of New Gretna and Bass River was first settled as farmland in the early 18th century. The towns developed fully in the 19th century, benefiting from the proximity of the Bass River, operating mills and shipping lumber to the New York market.

Subjects
Cities & Towns


Related Names
Mathis, John


Collection
Historic American Buildings Survey (Library of Congress)

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