Middlesex County ranks among the highest income counties in the United States. Highly accessible and equally traversed, the county boasts three active rail lines.
Every single town in the governance is served by public bus. History holds dear the Revolutionary history made here, as well as the advances led by Thomas Edison at Menlo Park and Johnson & Johnson in New Brunswick.
Home to Rutgers, there are 175 public schools which serve the populace. There are also three Vo-Tech school systems and more than 70 private schools. Middlesex County has five major hospitals. Eighteen county parks cover nearly 70,000 acres of landscape. Three acclaimed golf courses and two major shopping malls provide refinement and relaxation.
Nearly a million people call Middlesex County home. These parts have had a long and colorful history. Middlesex County Through Time is an armchair tour of busy highways and quiet byways. Revisit familiar and new locales alike.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR(S)
At age eleven, author Robert Gilinsky stumbled on a book prepared for the centennial history of his hometown, Neptune City, in his garage. This chance encounter was an embarkation point for a lifetime's journey into researching the history of New Jersey, with a special affection for those towns and hamlets closest to him. Gilinsky has published several books and articles pertaining to local history, and has a large collection of historic local collectables and publications.
Publisher: America Through Time
State: New Jersey
Series: America Through Time
Images: 184 Color
Dimensions: 6.5 (w) x 9.25 (h)