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Map of Northeastern North America, c. 1696 (detail)
"New Jersey Before the Revolution: Land and People" - Fall 2014 exhibition in Alexander Library

The fall 2014 exhibition in Alexander Library,  "New Jersey Before the Revolution: Land and People," traces the issues that animated our state's growth during the colonial period, many of which continue to hold our attention today - diversity, economic opportunity, immigration, political turmoil, and religious conflict and cooperation. MORE 

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In Words and Pictures

As a member of Company A of the New Jersey Regiment Volunteer Infantry and the United States Navy, Israel Ward's Civil War service took him from New Jersey to Washington, DC; Fredericksburg, Virginia; North Carolina; Boston, and Pensacola Bay. Along with providing an account of Ward's activities, this record of service also shows battle scenes and "The Soldier's Friend," President Abraham Lincoln.

Israel Ward's record of service and other Special Collections and University Archives Civil War materials can be seen at the Struggle Without End: New Jersey and the Civil War digital exhibition.

 

Institutional Repository (RUcore)

RUcore features digital exhibitions on a wide range of topics including Chinese exclusion in New Jersey, the U.S. Civil War, Senator Harrison Williams (D-NJ), and early American railroad developments. Click on the image to learn more. The Coming Man (Chinese Exclusion in NJ)

Spotlights

Students examine a model created by graduate student in Landscape Architecture Zac Rohde

Students examine a model created by graduate student in Landscape Architecture Zac Rohde

A moment from the Senior Week Party at Alexander Library, 'Club Alex'. on May 15.

A moment from the Senior Week Party at Alexander Library, 'Club Alex'. on May 15.

A moment from the Senior Week Party at Alexander Library, 'Club Alex'. on May 15.

Edible books entry, "One Flew Over the Cookie's Nest," by Team Douglas Access

Edible Books Best in Show: "One Flew Over the Cookie's Nest," by Team Douglas Access

Edible Books entry, '1984' by Julianna Ritter

Edible Books entry, '1984' by Julianna Ritter