For many Americans, Morristown evokes pictures of ragged troops huddled in log huts, shivering in the bitter cold of winter--but there is more to the history of the town than its important role in the Revolutionary War. By the early nineteenth century, Morristown had become a thriving community, whose growth was accelerated by such projects as the Morris Canal and the railroad, and in 1865 it was finally incorporated. The city attracted wealthy New Yorkers who built magnificent mansions, many of which can still be seen ...

Morristown 1996, Arcadia Publishing (SC)

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Morristown 1996, Arcadia Publishing (SC), Charleston, SC

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