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New recruits at Seabrook Farms/1950-1955 - Seabrook Farms, Seabrook Educational and Cultural Center
Masonic Club building, 1920 - Hoboken Historical Photographs, Hoboken Public Library
Boardwalk, Atlantic City, N.J., 1907 - New Jersey State Library
Essex County, New Jersey color map, 1889/1889 - Rutgers University Libraries Special Collections General Resources
Shedding light on the history of Chinese immigration to New Jersey under the Exclusion laws (1882-1943), this exhibit explores the question: what represents a fair and just approach to immigration?
By 1950 Seabrook Farms was the largest agribusiness in the United States. This digital exhibit focuses on the relationship between captive labor and capitalism that defined the company's employment practices.
Artist Emile B. Klein blended oral histories, oil paintings, and short biographical essays to tell the stories of the American people. This collection comprises the New Jersey portion of his You're US project.
Digital maps of New Jersey including historical maps from Rutgers University Libraries Special Collections and University Archives.
An open repository of digital information on the New Jersey environment drawn from state governmental organizations, research centers, and academic institutions.
Peer reviewed journal of original scholarship on all aspects of New Jersey history.
This portal provides students and teachers with access to content, instructional activities and assessments using source materials drawn primarily from Rutgers University Libraries Special Collections and University Archives, along with other New Jersey repositories.
This portal provides students and teachers with access to content, instructional activities and assessments using source materials that are curated from a diverse array of collections within Rutgers University Libraries, and Special Collections and University Archives, along with some of our NJDH partners. Digital exhibits may change from time to time, or be discontinued or added to on a seasonal or periodic basis.
This site provides a growing list of our online cultural heritage and historical collections. These are long-term collections which primarily contain source materials drawn from Rutgers University Libraries Special Collections and University Archives, along with other New Jersey repositories.