Newark Waterways, Wharfs & Bridges

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Broad Street Looking West44 views
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North & South Canal Street149 views1889 Map
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Lock 19E189 viewsEast of Blanchard Street
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Passaic Lighthouse755 viewsBuilt in 1849. Rebuilt in 1859. William Bonnell was appointed keeper on June 8, 1870 with his wife, Anna serving as Assistant Keeper. When Dennis MacCashin was took over as Keeper, his wife Eliza also served as the Assistant Keeper. When Dennis died in 1903, Eliza took over as Keeper, a post she remained at until the lighthouse was abandoned in 1914. The lighthouse was believed to have been torn down in the 1930's. It stood in Newark Bay at 40° 41' 44" latitude by 74° 07' 40" longitude.
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8 viewsDrawing from Henry A. JewelJun 22, 2019
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Inclined Plane8 viewsDrawing from Henry A. JewelJun 22, 2019
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1912 Map10 viewsJun 21, 2019
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1912 Map5 viewsJun 21, 2019
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1926 Map9 viewsJun 13, 2019
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1901 Map11 viewsJun 09, 2019
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Comparison10 viewsMay 28, 2019
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Looking west from Broad Street24 viewsThis is a photo of the Morris Canal looking west from about 100 feet west of Broad Street. The building on the right is L. S. Plaut Department Store. The first bridge is Halsey Street and you can see the inclined plane in the distance that went from Plane Street to Summit Street.
Photo from Henry A. Jewell
May 01, 2019
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195726 viewsPhoto from Bill RidgeMar 28, 2019
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February 9, 191323 viewsPhoto from Bill RidgeMar 28, 2019