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by Eugene E. Donatiello,John G. Leavey

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ISBN: 0738503320
Author: Eugene E. Donatiello,John G. Leavey
Language: English
Publisher: Arcadia Publishing (November 22, 1999)
Pages: 128
Category: Americas
Subcategory: History
Rating: 4.9
Votes: 995
Size Fb2: 1195 kb
Size ePub: 1658 kb
Size Djvu: 1883 kb
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Brick Township contains updated images of familiar names and places: Emma Havens Young, for whom an elementary school has been named; the very popular Red Lion Tavern, later called the Red Lion Inn; the progression of four bridges crossing Barnegat Bay to the peninsula area of Brick Township; and Traders Cove Marina as it looked in the 1950s when it was called.

Eugene E. Donatiello and John G. Leavey. In 1850, when the New Jersey Legislature created Ocean County, they also created Brick Township among a region of virgin woodlands. The new township was named after its most prominent resident, Joseph W. Brick, the industrious and successful owner of Bergen Iron Works. As his and other local industries expanded, more and more people began to call Bricktheir home. Brick Township records these founders and the events and places that helped them shape our community.

Part of the Images of America: New Jersey Series). by John G. Leavey and Eugene E. Donatiello. As his and other local industries expanded, more and more people began to call Brick their home.

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Brick Township is a township in Ocean County, New Jersey, United States. As of the 2010 United States Census, the township had a population of 75,072, making it the state's 13th-largest municipality and the third most populous municipality in Ocean County (behind Lakewood Township and Toms River Township), having seen a decline of 1,047 residents (-. %) from its population of 76,119 in the 2000 Census, when it was the state's 12th most-populous municipality.

In 1850, the New Jersey Legislature created Ocean County and Brick Township . They authored Images of America: Brick Township in 1999.

In 1850, the New Jersey Legislature created Ocean County and Brick Township, naming it for Joseph W. Brick. Gene Donatiello and John Leavey have been residents of Brick Township for over 40 years. Donatiello has a background in history and is the township historian. Leavey has been collecting local postcards and other related material for over 30 years.

Brick Township (also commonly known as Bricktown or Brick) is a township in Ocean County, New Jersey, United States.

Results from Google Books . Brick Township captures scenes of life in Brick from 1850 to the 1950s and beyond; from the early European settlers to the suburbanites who now call Brick their. home; from the thriving poultry industry to area resorts; from Joseph Brick to our friends and family who live among us today.

Brick Township, New Jersey Township Map of Brick Town Lakewood Township, New Jersey - Infobox Settlement official name Lakewood Township, New Jersey settlement type Township nickname.

Brick Township, New Jersey Township Map of Brick Town.

In 1850, when the New Jersey Legislature created Ocean County, they also created Brick Township among a region of virgin woodlands. The new township was named after its most prominent resident, Joseph W. Brick, the industrious and successful owner of Bergen Iron Works. As his and other local industries expanded, more and more people began to call Bricktheir home. Brick Township records these founders and the events and places that helped them shape our community. By 1920, parts of the new township had declared their independence, and the remaining parts of Brick began to evolve into a resort community. The summer tourists, farmers, home builders and shipbuilders, anglers, hunters, tavern and innkeepers, merchants, and others helped fashion Brick into an intimate but prosperous community. Brick continued to be a quiet, rural, resort area into the 1950s, when the Garden State Parkway opened, and residential and commercial development created dramatic growth in year-round residents, and it became a thriving suburban community. Brick Township captures scenes of life in Brick from 1850 to the 1950s and beyond; from the early European settlers to the suburbanites who now call Brick theirhome; from the thriving poultry industry to area resorts; from Joseph Brick to our friends and family who live among us today.

Comments:

Falya
My family was born and raised in Brick Township -- from pre-1875 on... -- and it was wonderful to see this collection of old photographs and read about Brick's origins. Lots on the Havens clan, little on the Osborns... but that's okay. I would guess that records were scant.

I have to admit that I have always disliked the turning of our otherwise colorful town names -- Laurelton, Osbornville, Adamston -- into the gawdawful "Brick," but such is life.

My criticism of the content is that it focuses more on the Herbertsville origins and gives totally short shrift to Osbornville and some other towns. I know they couldn't "do it all."

This book is well worth having -- for all of us "natives" and also the 1950-70s "immigrants" who octupled our population...

Good job!
Garr
This book brought back some memories of the Jersey Shore.
Axebourne
This is a great book . I enjoy seeing Brick as it was many years ago .They should do one for now to show the change

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