South Brunswick (NJ) (Images of America)

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South Brunswick traces the history of a central Jersey community from its earliest days through the mid-1900s. Established in 1798, the township began as an agrarian society and evolved and changed as it incorporated advances in transportation, education, and public services. More than two hundred images portray the people, vintage structures, and important events of Dayton, Deans, Monmouth Junction, and Kingston―the historic villages within South Brunswick.

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A professional researcher, Maria Kotun has lived in town since she was a child. For South Brunswick she uses photographs from the public library, the South Brunswick Board of Education, area historical societies, and private collections.

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