Author Archives: Gregg Griffin

YouTube As A Historical Source

YouTube As A Historical Source:   As technology continues to change the way we see the world and access it’s information, many new tools become available to researchers every year. YouTube is a source that gives access to a vast … Continue reading

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Web Page Review

Both of the sites being compared offer data on the history, culture, climate, geography, and current populations of the Orkney and Faroe Islands respectively. These sites are among the only ones on the Internet dedicated solely to their respective Island … Continue reading

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The Tainted History of a Summer Pleasure Land:

 No one today would consider the northwestern corner of Bergen County to be a resort paradise, but for the first half of the 20th century that’s exactly what it was. In researching the history of the Ramapo River I happened … Continue reading

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The Cannonball Trail: Tracing the Footsteps of American History

New Jersey is renowned for its hiking trails and nature walks; however, trail goers at some of Bergen and Passaic County’s most popular parks could be walking in the footsteps of Continental Soldiers. The forests now known for their serene … Continue reading

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Gregg Griffin Bio

My name is Gregg Griffin; I received an associate’s degree in professional studies from Bergen Community College in December of 2010, and have been a student at William Paterson University since January of 2011 where I completed a bachelor’s degree … Continue reading

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