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Index of colonial and state laws of New Jersey, between the years 1663 and 1903 inclusive.

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Published by Sinnickson Chew & Sons Company in Camden, N.J .
Written in English

  • New Jersey
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    • Law -- New Jersey -- Indexes

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      StatementBy John Hood, 1905.
      ContributionsHood, John, 1831- comp., New Jersey.
      LC ClassificationsLAW
      The Physical Object
      Pagination 3 p. l., [3]-1353 p.
      Number of Pages1353
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL6954950M
      LC Control Number05013540

      The state constitution, art. 23, sec. 11, defines races as follows: “Wherever in this Constitution and laws of the State the word or words ‘colored’ or ‘colored race,’ ‘negro’ or ‘negro race’ are used the same shall be construed to mean or apply to all persons of African descent. The English took New York, New Jersey, and Delaware from the Dutch in , a year after English noblemen had begun to colonize the Carolinas. Although more than 95 percent of the population was rural during the colonial period and for the first years of independence, cities were crucial elements in the settlement system from the earliest. I HAVE undertaken to give some historical data of this section of North Carolina and principally Pender County. In doing so, I have compiled this data in order to bring to the minds of the younger generations of our County some of the happenings that took place prior to the War Between the States—since that time—and for future reference relative to our County of Pender. The first Waldensians began arriving around , with the majority coming between and , they spread out across what was called New Netherland, what would become New York, New Jersey and the Lower Delaware River regions. The total American Waldensian population that immigrated to New Netherland is unknown.

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