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Contact the Historical Commission
New Jersey Historical Commission
225 W.State Street
P.O. Box 305
Trenton, NJ 08625

Tel: (609) 292-6062
Fax: (609) 633-8168

Email: Feedback@sos.state.nj.us

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Books, Articles and Teachers Guides
"Geography"
pp. 33-52, In You, New Jersey and the World
John T. Cunningham. Andover, NJ: Afton Publishing Co., 1994
Chaseworld: Foxhunting and Storytelling in New Jersey's Pine Barrens
Hufford, Mary T. Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, 1992
New Jersey History Kids
www.historykids.nj.gov
Click on "For the Teacher"
Click on "For the Teacher-Pinelands"
Click on "For the Teacher-Barnegat Bay"
Click on "For the Teacher-Delaware Bay"
Audio and Video
In the Barnegat Bay Tradition
A half-hour television documentary about Barnegat Bay duck decoys and sneakboxes (duck hunting boats). A co-production of NJN Public Television and the New Jersey Historical Commission.
Schooners on the Bay
A half-hour television documentary about New Jersey oyster boats on Delaware Bay. A co-production of NJN Public Television, the New Jersey State Council on the Arts, and the New Jersey Historical Commission.
Pinelands Sketches
A half-hour television documentary about five traditional activites in the New Jersey Pinelands. A co-production of NJN Public Television, the New Jersey State Council on the Arts, the American Folklife Center, and the New Jersey Historical Commission.
New Jersey History Kids
www.historykids.nj.gov
Click on "Enter"
Click on "Continue"
Click on "Contine"
Click on "9-The Pinelands-Pinelands Fox Chase"
Click on the" Video Icon" (View Online)
Or click on "10-Barnegat Bay: Decoy Carving"
Click on the" Video Icon" (View Online)
Or click on "11-Delaware Bay: The Restoration of a Schooner"
Click on the" Video Icon" (View Online)
The Seabright Skiff
A half-hour television documentary about wooden boats made in New Jersey designed to launch into the surf. A co-production of NJN Public Television and the New Jersey State Council on the Arts, 1991 (streaming video).
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