(ATLANTIC HIGHLANDS). LEONARD, Thomas H. From Indian Trail to Electric Rail. History of the Atlantic Highlands, Sandy Hook and Original Portland Poynt. Atlantic Highlands, 1923. Illus. 665pp. Very scarce. Very good in oirg. gilt-pictorial cloth. Bookseller Inventory # 5415
Title: From Indian Trail to Electric Rail. History ...
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Book Description 1923. LEONARD, THOMAS H. From Indian Trail to Electric Rail. History of the Atlantic Highlands, Sandy Hook, and Original Portland Point . Monmouth County, New Jersey . Atlantic Highlands, 1923. xvii, 665 p. Illus. Plates. Cloth. The standard history of this part of Monmouth County. Bookseller Inventory # 1259
Book Description ATLANTIC HIGHLANDS JOURNAL, ATLANTIC HIGHLANDS, NEW JERSEY, 1923. HARDBACK GREEN. Book Condition: Fair. (title cont.) Three Settlements of New Jersey Comprising the Present Towns of Atlantic Highlands, Sandy Hook and Fort Hancock, The Highlands, Locus Point, Navesink, Leonardville, Chapel Hill, Leonard, Lenison, Belford, Port Monmouth, New Monmouth, Keansburg and Union. Monmouth County, New Jersey. From Landing of Henry Hudson in 1609 and First Settlement in 1664 to Present Time, 1909 spine faded, gilt on cover and spine, 4 page handwritten letter by Mrs. Marianna L. Bell the youngest of 4 daughters of the author dated april 12 1950, Thomas H. Leonard founded the atlantic highlads, gilt on cover and spine, hinges cracking, black and white illustrations, index compiled by norma l. swan laid in rear, previous owners signature on front end paper DATE PUBLISHED: 1923 EDITION: Bookseller Inventory # 099871