Books about the Passaic River

Robert Allen. The Dioxin War: Truth and Lies About a Perfect Poison. Pluto Press. 2004

Norman Brydon. The Passaic River: Past, Present, Future. Rutgers University Press. 1974.

Mary Bruno. An American River: From Paradise to Superfund, Afloat on New Jersey’s Passaic. DeWitt Press. 2012

John T. Cunningham. Newark.The New Jersey Historical Society. 1966.

Stuart Galishoff. Newark: The Nation’s Unhealthiest City, 1832-1985. Rutgers University Press. 1975.

Edward Gertler. Garden State Canoeing: A Paddler’s Guide to New Jersey. The Seneca Press. 2002.

Michael Gordon. Protecting the Passaic: A Call to Citizen Action. Seton Hall Law Review. Volume 29, No.1. 1998.

Alexander Hamilton. Writings: Report on the Subject of Manufactures. Columbia University Press. 1979.

Herbert C. Kraft. The Lenape: Archaeology, History, and Ethnography. New Jersey Historical Society. 1986.

James P. Johnston. New Jersey: History of Ingenuity and Industry. Windsor Publications, Inc. 1987.

Luna Leopold. Water: A Primer. W.H. Freeman and Company, 1974.

John Alleyne MacNab. Song of the Passaic. Walbridge & Company. 1890.

Kevin K. Olsen. A Great Conveniency: A Maritime History of the Passaic River, Hackensack River and Newark Bay. American History Reprints. 2008.

Steven M. Richman. The Bridges of New Jersey: Portraits of Garden State Crossings. Rutgers University Press. 2005.

Helen E. Sheehan and Richard P. Wedeen, editors. Toxic Circles: Environmental Hazards from the Workplace into the Community. (See Chapter 2: Dioxin at Diamond). Rutgers University Press. 1993.

William Carlos Williams. Paterson. New Directions. 1992.

Harry Emerson Wildes. Twin Rivers: The Raritan and the Passaic. Rhinehart & Company, Inc. 1943.

Peter E. Wolfe. The Geology and Landscapes of New Jersey. Crane, Russak & Company. 1977.