Mount Holly, New Jersey: Hometown Reinvented

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The events that secured Mount Holly's place in history involve a lingering Colonel, pillaging Scottish troops, and a fateful mistake that allowed George Washington to cross the Delaware. But Mount Holly is much more than a battlefield site. It's a picturesque New Jersey town with a rich, vibrant past. Author Dennis Rizzo reveals the history and heart of the town in Mount Holly: A Hometown Reinvented. In its time, Mount Holly has witnessed the growth of a major Quaker community, a vigorous mill industry, an intense abolitionism debate, and much, much more. Let Dennis Rizzo guide you through the twists and turns of this fascinating South Jersey town's beginnings and development in this captivating book.
ISBN: 9781596292765
Format: Paperback
Publisher: The History Press
State: New Jersey
Series: Brief History
Images: 93
Pages: 160
Dimensions: 6.875 (w) x 9.75 (h)
Dennis Rizzo is the author of numerous books and articles. In late 2010, he moved to Orillia, Ontario, where he has joined the Mariposa Writers Group (a writing and critique group) and is their web manager. He is the chair of the Orillia Community Kitchen Resource Group and a member of the Orillia Museum of Art and History.
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