From the Annals Of Analogous Traditional Elites Comes the definition of small “t” tradition that dynamically interacts with big “T” sacred Tradition

 Hoboken Historical Museum – The Stevens Family

Requiem For The Ferries

Is a chapter from an old classic book called The Tales And Towns of Northern NJ written by the late Henry Charlton Beck, a historian, an episcopal clergyman, and a detailed writer

It too involves the Stevens family, the Chapels, the cemeteries, their invention of the railroad and the enhancements of the dying but once elegant classics of the car & people Ferry business

The interactions between the societies of NY and NJ and their attempt to survive a form of Catholic society within conservative anglican/episcopaliansim

I’ve taken the liberty of scanning the whole chapter –and have not provided copyright due to the book being out of print

Also discussed is a detailed description of the once grand Stevens castle ( @ Castle Point Terrace – Hoboken ) overlooking the NY skyline and the Hudson river

PDF on the link —>



Tea Parties Of The Colonial Dames Of NJ – (&  open invitation events from a more proper culture)

A Partial Preservation of The Tradition of a Peaceful Space (and former NY cemetery)

Part 9- From |The Top 10 Secrets of the Brooklyn Navy Yard |

Behind the Scenes at The Floating Freight Rail Line That Crosses the Hudson River in NYC | Untapped Cities

A traditional Catholic architecture castle in Calabria


Small ‘t” traditions will only be replete when joined together with the Sacred Traditions of Our Lady and the Immaculate Heart of Mary.                                100 Years After: Getting to the Core of the Fatima Message – On The American TFP

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