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The permanent website of the South Jersey Culture & History Center at Stockton University has moved to the following address: stockton.edu/sjchc/. This site (our blog) will stick around for a while, but all new information will be found on our … Continue reading
SoJourn 2.1, the third issue of South Jersey history, culture, and geography has arrived from the printers (about a week sooner than we anticipated). You can purchase it from the Stockton University Bookstore, the AtlantiCare Regional Hospital gift shop, Second … Continue reading
The South Jersey Culture & History Center at Stockton is proud to announce the second issue of SoJourn, a journal devoted to the history, culture, and geography of South Jersey. Stockton students edited and designed the text; local historians contributed … Continue reading
The second issue of SoJourn, the journal of South Jersey history, culture, and geography, is at the printers. I imagine we will have copies for sale at the beginning of next week.
Burlington Biographies: A History of Burlington, New Jersey, Told Through the Lives and Times of its People, by Robert L. Thompson, has arrived from the printers. At 552 pages, this hardcover study of the city of Burlington, New Jersey, is … Continue reading
During the nineteenth century, James Still was perhaps the most gifted physician in South Jersey. He was also African American, the son of former slaves, who received no more than six months of traditional schooling, and was self taught in … Continue reading
To read and download the most recent catalogue of SJCHC publications, click on the catalog cover (3.6 meg).
The 2015-2016 annual report for the South Jersey Culture & History Center is out. You can read and download a 6.5 meg pdf of the report by clicking on the cover image.