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John Stewart Rock: Teacher, Healer, Couselor 

by J. Harlan Buzby

This biography tells of a remarkable Salem man who recieved degrees in dentistry, law, and medicine, who gained national fame as an abolitionist, and was the first African American admitted to the bar of the United States Supreme Court. (softcover only)

$14.75

Descendants of Benjamin Acton

by James N. Acton

Genealogical Records from 1623 A.D. to 1972. 1977, Reprint 1982

$6.75

“Colonial Roof-Tress” and “Candle Ends” 

SCHS

Local history and famous buildings of Salem County, 1971. Revised 1934 Edition

$5.75

Family of Captain Richard Acton of Maryland

Genealogical Records from 1199 A.D. to 1977. 1978

$6.75

by James N. Acton

John Davis His Wife Dorothea (Gotherson) Davis 

Early Salem County, NJ Quakers and some of their descendants (Including Samuel Morgan and John Brick line) Royal and Magna Carta ancestors. 1965 - 78 pgs.

$6.75

by Catherine Soleman Chandler and Elmer Garfield Van Name

Supplement to John Davis His Wife Dorothea (Gotherson) Davis 

Early Salem County, NJ Quakers and some of their descendants Royal and Magna Carta ancestors.  1969 - 24pgs.

$4.75

by Catherine Soleman Chandler and Elmer Garfield Van Name

The Joseph Smith Family and the James Dye Family

The Joseph Smith family of Gloucester and Salem Counties, NJ. The James Dye Family of Gloucester County, NJ. 1964

$4.25

by Elmer Garfield Van Name

Family of Judge William Hall 

$6.75

Genealogical Records from William Hall (1616-1673) to 1980 A.D. 1980

by James N. Acton

Christopher Shaver

Christopher Shaver of Broad Neck, Salem County, New Jersey and some of his descendants. 1965, 40 pgs.

$6.75

by Elmer Garfield Van Name

Phebe Shaver Lacy and Her Descendants

Phebe Shaver Lacy and her decendants, based upon information supplied by Leon A. Lacy, Sr. and his relatives 1967. Supplement to Christopher Shaver. 1967, 8 pgs.

$4.25

by Elmer Garfield Van Name

Captain William Smith 1742-1820 Salem County and some of His Descendants 

Genealogical Records from 1742 to 1964. 1964, 52 ppg.

$6.75

by Josephine Jaquett

$6.75

Woodnutt – Goodwin -Morris Families

Genealogical Records from 1690 to 1976. 1977

by James N. Acton

Place Names of Salem County

1675-1963, 85 pgs.

$10.25

SCHS

Family of Captain Richard Acton of Maryland

Genealogical Records from 1199 A.D. to 1977. 1978

$6.75

by James N. Acton

The Churches of Salem County, New Jersey 

1964 Salem County Tercentenary Committee

$6.75

by Josephine Jaquett

Anthony Nelson

Anthony Nelson-Seventeenth Century Pennsylvania and New Jersey and some of his descendants. 1962

$6.75

by Elmer Garfield Van Name

Salem County in the Revolution

These continued  articles may contain facts of interest to future generations not likely to become available again for a considerable length of time. The people in Salem County in many instances will see the names of there forebeares they never knew as having carried a musket in defense of home and country. 1967, 115 pgs.

$15.50

by Frank H. Stewart

Index of Names and Persons Appearing in “History and Genealogy of Fenwick Colony”

Thomas Shourds of Salem County, New Jersey 1876, Reprint 1961 

$4.50

by Thomas Shourds

I Love to Live Alone: The Poems of Esther “Hetty” Saunders 

Book and CD

These simple, powerful poems show the great spirit of a free woman of color in early 19th century Mannington, NJ, 2001, 48 pgs.

$19.95

SCHS, edited by Professor Donald L. Pierce

Tomato Cookbook

1989

$4.75

SCHS

Almanac and Year Book: Selections from 1901 - 1921, 1st National Bank Woodstown, NJ

Reprints of a selection of Salem County History and Miscellany from the Almanacs of The First National Bank of Woodstown published from 1901 to 1921.

$6.75

SCHS

The Wrecking Crew of '33

*Autographed Copy*

"In the spring of 1933, with a new president in office and a banking crisis narrowly averted, there was optimism in Washington, D.C., even among the baseball fans. The hard-luck Senators, who topped 90 wins in each of the previous three seasons only to finish well in back of the pennant winner, seemed full of promise. They secured a "new deal" of their own with 26-year-old Joe Cronin, their peppery shortstop, who had emerged as one of the best players in the American League. Newly signed as the youngest manager in the majors, Cronin was determined to lead the Senators to the pennant, though Babe Ruth, Lou Gehrig, and the world champion New York Yankees stood in the way." 

$25.00

by Gary A. Sarnoff

Photographic imagery of nature scenes throughout Salem County. Photography by Vernon Ogrodnek and poetry by Ron Shapella

Salem Sojourn: A Journey through Salem County

$15.00

photographs by Vernon Ogrodnek

Mist Over the Meadows: the Columns of Ron LeHew, Volume One 1989-1991

A selection of articles by Ron LeHew originally published in Today’s Sunbeam. Articles consist of LeHew’s observations on life here in Salem County and range from 1989-1991.

$22.50

by Ron LeHew