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"A pleasant Land to see" Part One

Oral S. Coad


Coad presents "a sort of anthology, admittedly very incomplete, of passages in praise of selected scenic landmarks of the State of New Jersey, arranged in a loose order of geographical progression from north to south."  In this article, he finds historic passages about The Palisades, Greenwood Lake, The Passaic and Its Falls, The Orange Mountains, A Warren County Trout Springs, The Delaware Water Gap, and The Raritan River Valley.


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