Updated gallery of photographs of a Fine Art landscape of Ocean City New Jersey Piers.
The island, a stretch of dunes and swamps running for seven miles, had been used by local Native Americans who were brought there by its abundance of fish during the summer months. Originally purchased by the Somers family, the island had once been named Peck’s Beach, believed to have been given the name for a whaler named John Peck who had a camp on the island.
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