SPAN OF A CENTURY, 1828-1928
100 YEARS IN THE HISTORY OF CAMDEN AS A CITY
Compiled from notes and data collected by Charles S. Boyer, President Camden County Historical Society. Published by Centennial Anniversary Committee of Camden, New Jersey. Additional Photos and Notes by Phillip Cohen in 2003.
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Cholera appeared in Camden. This was said to be the first appearance here of the disease in epidemic form.
Street names changed by ordinance passed May 24, 1832, as follows:
- King Street changed to Front Street
- Queen Street Changed to Second Street
- White Hall Street changed to Third Street
- Cherry Street changed to Fourth Street
- Cedar Street changed to Fifth Street
- Pine Street changed to Sixth Street
The original names of these streets appeared on the Joshua Cooper Map of the Town of Camden.