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“ … A pond made for preserving the fish alive …”
Photographer: Gary Nigh
Taken: December 2007
Caption: “ … A pond made for preserving the fish alive …”
Additional Description: This map of Daniel W. Coxe’s property around 1789 shows the outline of “Anderson and Hall’s Fish Pond,” an integral part of the Lamberton Fishery where live fish could be stored. The pond was created by damming the mouth of Douglas Gut, a small creek that entered the Delaware River at the foot of Landing Street close to the pond before you
[Courtesy New Jersey State Archives]
Submitted: December 26, 2007, by Gary Nigh of Trenton, New Jersey.
Database Locator Identification Number: p12650
File Size: 0.353 Megabytes


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