Stories of New Jersey [Illustrated]by Frank Richard Stockton
• Novelist Frank R. Stockton, in "Stories of New Jersey," sets out in narrative form the history of Garden State - beginning with the meetings in the Council House of the "Lenape" or "Grandfather Tribe,
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• Novelist Frank R. Stockton, in "Stories of New Jersey," sets out in narrative form the history of Garden State - beginning with the meetings in the Council House of the "Lenape" or "Grandfather Tribe," the landing of Henry Hudson at Bergen Point, and the colony-making efforts of the West India Company of Holland.
On his way toward modern times, Stockton stops to take in the most interesting and colorful tales from city and country - such as that of Penelope Stout, shipwrecked and then attacked by a party of natives, who then manages to survive within a hollowed-out tree - or that of the schoolmaster who discovers his one-room schoolhouse is turning into a gambling house in the dead of night
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