Tag Archives: New Jersey State Library

Book Café-January 14, 2015

Start the year with good conversation about good books you’ve read and enjoyed. Beginning in February, the Book Cafe will be held on the second Tuesday of every month.

Join us on January 14th to talk about books about the sea: fantasy, history, adventure… Whatever the genre come and tell us your good find. Then others will have word of mouth about a book they may enjoy reading. This is a free event and all are welcome. RSVP is appreciated to Laura Shiber at lshiber@www.njstatelib.org or 609-278-2640 ext. 158.

Book Café-January 14, 2015

Start the year with good conversation about good books you’ve read and enjoyed. Beginning in February, the Book Cafe will be held on the second Tuesday of every month.

Join us on January 14th to talk about books about the sea: fantasy, history, adventure… Whatever the genre come and tell us your good find. Then others will have word of mouth about a book they may enjoy reading. This is a free event and all are welcome. RSVP is appreciated to Laura Shiber at lshiber@www.njstatelib.org or 609-278-2640 ext. 158.

Book Café-January 14, 2015

Start the year with good conversation about good books you’ve read and enjoyed. Beginning in February, the Book Cafe will be held on the second Tuesday of every month.

Join us on January 14th to talk about books about the sea: fantasy, history, adventure… Whatever the genre come and tell us your good find. Then others will have word of mouth about a book they may enjoy reading. This is a free event and all are welcome. RSVP is appreciated to Laura Shiber at lshiber@www.njstatelib.org or 609-278-2640 ext. 158.

Owning New Jersey author talk

What things can a deed or title tell you?  Stories to help us know history can be found in these documents.  Educator, lecturer and title researcher Joseph A. Grabas has examined over 100,000 land titles in five states and all 21 counties in New Jersey. While New Jersey’s land records and deeds are unlikely sources for a thrilling tale, they reveal some little-known and fascinating history. The archives hide bizarre and mysterious tales, as well as heroes, like the freed African Americans who fought for their right to own their piece of the state.

All are welcome! RSVP is appreciated to Cindy Warrick at 609-278-2640 ext. 172 or cwarrick@www.njstatelib.org.

Owning New Jersey author talk

What things can a deed or title tell you?  Stories to help us know history can be found in these documents.  Educator, lecturer and title researcher Joseph A. Grabas has examined over 100,000 land titles in five states and all 21 counties in New Jersey. While New Jersey’s land records and deeds are unlikely sources for a thrilling tale, they reveal some little-known and fascinating history. The archives hide bizarre and mysterious tales, as well as heroes, like the freed African Americans who fought for their right to own their piece of the state.

All are welcome! RSVP is appreciated to Cindy Warrick at 609-278-2640 ext. 172 or cwarrick@www.njstatelib.org.

Owning New Jersey author talk

What things can a deed or title tell you?  Stories to help us know history can be found in these documents.  Educator, lecturer and title researcher Joseph A. Grabas has examined over 100,000 land titles in five states and all 21 counties in New Jersey. While New Jersey’s land records and deeds are unlikely sources for a thrilling tale, they reveal some little-known and fascinating history. The archives hide bizarre and mysterious tales, as well as heroes, like the freed African Americans who fought for their right to own their piece of the state.

All are welcome! RSVP is appreciated to Cindy Warrick at 609-278-2640 ext. 172 or cwarrick@www.njstatelib.org.