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A Walk Through Hoboken with David Hartman and Historian Barry Lewis
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Hoboken contains well-preserved examples of Beaux Arts, Victorian, and Gothic architecture.
Though just a quick jump across the Hudson, small town charm can still be found on the streets of Hoboken.



Hoboken Historical Museum
http://www.hobokenmuseum.org/
Formed in 1986, the Hoboken Historical Museum is a volunteer organization dedicated to stimulating public interest in Hoboken's rich history.

Historical Hoboken Interactive Maps
http://www.hobokenmuseum.org/views/Maps/
historic_hoboken_interactive_map.htm

Maps from the Library of Congress' National Digital Library Program, courtesy of the Hoboken Historical Museum.

Hobokeni.com
http://www.hobokeni.com/hobokenearlyhistory.asp
This Web site provides a brief introduction to the history of Hoboken.

This Was Hoboken
http://www.hobokeni.com/thiswashoboken.asp
Historic photographs of Hoboken.

Hoboken -- Home of Baseball?
http://www.hobokeni.com/baseballhistory.asp
Read more about baseball and its relationship to Hoboken.

The Hoboken Reporter
http://www.zwire.com/site/news.cfm?brd=1292
A small, weekly newspaper serving the Hoboken area.

Pier3.org: A History of the Great Hoboken Pier Fire of 1900
http://www.pier3.org/
An interesting examination of the fire that destroyed the North German Lloyd docks at Hoboken, June 30th, 1900.

Hoboken Shore Railroad
http://hbs.railfan.net/
Information and pictures about a shortline railroad that ran the length of Hoboken's waterfront.

Jersey City History: "Old Bergen: History and Reminiscences"
http://www.cityofjerseycity.org/oldberg/chapter51.shtml
Daniel Van Winkle's work, published in 1902, provides a view of Hoboken at the turn 20th century.

Get NJ: "New Jersey: A Guide To Its Present And Past"
http://www.getnj.com/njags/city/hoboken1.shtml
Published in 1939 as part of the Works Progress Administration American Guide Series, part one of this work covers Hoboken.

Hoboken Almanac
http://hobokenalmanac.com/exposure/hoboken1.html
An online exhibition of select Hoboken images.

Barry Lewis Homepage
http://www.barrylewis.org/
Learn more about the official historian of the WNET Walking Tour series, including information about upcoming projects, books, videos, and more.



Patricia Florio Colrick. HOBOKEN, NJ. Arcadia Tempus Publishing Group, Inc.

Joan Doherty Lovero. HUDSON COUNTY: THE LEFT BANK. American Historical Press

Kenneth French. RAILROADS OF HOBOKEN AND JERSEY CITY (IMAGES OF AMERICA). Arcadia.

Edward Halsey Foster and Geoffrey W. Clark, eds. HOBOKEN; A COLLECTION OF ESSAYS. Irvington Publishers.

Mary Procter and Bill Matuszeski. GRITTY CITIES : A SECOND LOOK AT ALLENTOWN, BETHLEHEM, BRIDGEPORT, HOBOKEN, LANCASTER, NORWICH, PATERSON, READING, TRENTON, TROY, WATERBURY, WILMINGTON. Temple University Press.


Organizations & Institutions
Hoboken Public Library
http://www.bccls.org/hoboken/welcome.html

Stevens Institute of Technology
http://www.stevens.edu/main/home/
The Stevens Institute takes its name from Colonel John Stevens, an important figure in Hoboken's early history.

The Environment Committee of Hoboken
http://www.hobokeni.com/ech/index.htm
Hoboken's volunteer environmental organization.

Hoboken Chamber of Commerce
http://www.hobokenchamber.com/
Hoboken Chamber of Commerce was established to promote a positive image of the Hoboken community.

New Jersey Council for the Humanities
http://www.njch.org/
An organization supporting the humanities throughout New Jersey
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