Keyport: From Plantation to Center of Commerce and Industry by Jack Jeandron

By Jack Jeandron

rising from the shorelines of the Raritan Bay, Keyport's roots hint again to the Kearney family's plantation and its important position in the course of innovative occasions. even if simply 1.4 sq. miles in measurement, it encompasses shipbuilding, oyster farming, a trolley community, and an Aeromarine inside a wealthy and influential historical past. past those are the plentiful and fascinating stories of catastrophic fires and the vaunted Prohibition days supplying a colourful framework of existence during this beach community.

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