Blairstown and Its Neighbors (Postcard History) by Kenneth Bertholf Jr.,Don Dorflinger

By Kenneth Bertholf Jr.,Don Dorflinger

Tucked beside the Kittatinny Mountains within the attractive valley of the Paulinskill River, Blairstown combines the allure of an 1800s agrarian village with many facilities of a 21st-century group. Named for its most famed resident, famous American industrialist and railroad builder John Insley Blair, it used to be integrated in 1845. identified for the varsity preparatory academy that bears Blair’s identify, the historical past and heritage of this neighborhood has lengthy been liked through its citizens. via classic postcards from their very own collections and supplementary fabric, the authors invite you to step again in time to go to Blairstown and the neighboring villages of wish, Hardwick, Johnsonburg, and Marksboro in an period whilst the pony and buggy took you to neighborhood locations and the railroad was once your passport to the bigger world.

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