WHATEVER HAPPENED TO HASENCLEVER'S GERMANS?
By Susan Deeks

BIBLIOGRAPHY

The following sources can be helpful if you are searching for information about families who worked for Peter Hasenclever's northern New Jersey ironworks and upstate New York agricultural plantations. Although a few are now out of print, many are available from a variety of sources. For information about purchasing available sources, please drop us a line at info@LongPondIronworks.org.

Cole, David Cole, D.D., History of Rockland County. New York: L. B. Beers, 1884, repr. 1992, Historical Society of Rockland County, New City, N.Y.

Dirnberger, Janet Drumm. New Jersey Catholic Baptismal Recordsfrom 1759 to 1781. Seabrook, Tex.: Brambles, 1981.

Hasenclever, Peter. The Remarkable Case of Peter Hasenclever, Merchant. London, 1773; repr. 1970, North Jersey Highlands Historical Society, Ringwood, N.J.

Krauss, Ernest. “Johann Jacob Faesch, Morris County Iron Master,” North Jersey Highlander (Fall 1979).

Mayhle, Bernard V. The Victor Genealogy of Fayette County, Pennsylvania (unpublished manuscript).

O’Keefe, Barbara B. Father Farmer’s Marriage Registers 1758-1786 Miami, 1983.

Oyer, Phyllis Smith. Oyer and Allied Families. Interlaken, N.Y.: Heart of the Lakes Publishing, 1988.

Petto, Walter. “Early Catholic Immigrants to New Jersey Iron Mills,” The Palatine Immigrant, vol. 16, no. 1 (Spring 1991).
Ransom, James M. Vanishing Ironworks of the Ramapos. New Brunswick, N.J.: Rutgers University Press, 1966.

Wyble, David W., Sr. The Wyble Family History, http://wyble.tribalpages.com.

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Copyright 2000 Susan Maier. Reprinted by permission of the author.

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