by Raymond Barclay

LIVING north of Philadelphia and south of Princeton, my neighborhood (Burlington City)  is off of route 95 and along the Delaware river.  It is a city and a region replete with vernacular architecture consisting of brick row houses from the Colonial through Victorian periods akin to the many other communities along the Delaware river. The region has drawn upon a bed of high-quality clay for its brick making that produced over 200 million bricks a year by the end of the 19th century.  In addition...

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