Revolutionary Bergen County: The Road to Independence

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Along the banks of the Hudson River, New Jersey's Bergen County endured much of the brunt of the Revolutionary War. With an impressive compilation of scholarly essays, Barbara Z. Marchant and company vividly portray those who found their lives altered by the conflict, from famous military men, such as George Washington, who attained glory on the battlefields to ordinary citizens like Helen Brasher, who simply wanted to protect her children from the ravages of war. Revolutionary Bergen County explores the struggles and the dramas played out in the homes and on the fields of New Jersey.
ISBN: 9781596297487
Format: Paperback
Publisher: The History Press
State: New Jersey
Images: 52
Pages: 192
Dimensions: 6 (w) x 9 (h)
William "Billy" Neumann is a professional photographer 24/7/365. Any spare time leftover is totally devoted to telling the history and preserving the historic character of the Borough of Rutherford, NJ. So while photographing CEOs, celebrities and commercial real estate he constantly thinks about how to save the Dutch stone house on Meadow Rd or how to tell the story of the local architecture of Edgar I Williams. He graduated from the Drew University Historic Preservation Certification Program and was a five time elected Chairman of Rutherford's Historic Preservation Commission. He has served on the boroughs Planning Commission, Downtown Partnership and originated the First Night Rutherford festival. He is a member of Bergen County's Historic Preservation Advisory Board and a Trustee on the Board of Directors for Paterson Habitat for Humanity. He is always available to speak about Rutherford history, historic preservation, photography and Habitat for Humanity.