Technical Study for the Preferred Alternative, Route I-287 from U.S. Route 202, Montville To the New York State Line, Counties of Bergen, Morris, and Passaic, State of New Jersey: Volume Six (VI) of Eleven, Historic Archaeology Study For T
Author(s): Edward Lenik
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Technical Study for the Preferred Alternative, Route I-287 from U.S. Route 202, Montville To the New York State Line, Counties of Bergen, Morris, and Passaic, State of New Jersey: Volume Six (VI) of Eleven, Historic Archaeology Study For T. Edward Lenik. 1978 ( tDAR id: 162520)
This Resource is Part of the Following Collections
Architecture • Highway Archaeology • Highway Archeology • Historic Archaeology • Historic Archeology • Historic Overview / Synthesis-Project Specific • Houses • Significance / Management • Site Settlement • Statement For Management
34003 (Fips Code) • 34027 (Fips Code) • 34031 (Fips Code) • Bergen (County) • Bloomingdale • Franklin Lakes • Lincoln Park • Mahwah • Montville • Morris (County) • New Jersey (State / Territory) • North America (Continent) • Oakland • Passaic (County) • Pequannock • Pequannock River • Pompton Lakes • Ramapo River • Riverdale • United States of America (Country) • Wanaque • Wanaque River
min long: -74.89; min lat: 40.65 ; max long: -73.894; max lat: 41.203 ;
NADB document id number(s): 8849
NADB citation id number(s): 000000084658
General Note: Submitted to: Fhwa and Njdot
General Note: Sent from: Edward Lenik