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REVOLUTIONARY NJ BLOG

Today, we see the Jersey shore as an ocean playground, but during the Revolution, the story was much different. New Jersey was a seafaring state, and its sailors and ship owners wreaked havoc on Great Britain’s storied naval fleet. As privateers, they supplemented a very small United States navy....

When the Crossroads staff learned of the passing of painter and art historian Francis McGinley, our Program Manager, Kate Brindle, was inspired to share her thoughts about this gifted artist.   Frank was an amazing artist, historian and man, whose talent knew no bounds. It was truly an honor...

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Union Township Historical Society’s to Host Gala Celebration

The Union Township Historical Society will host a Gala to celebrate the 350th Anniversary...

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Tavern Nights

Tavern Nights abound this September as our heritage partners usher in the new season....

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So Necessary a Post… So Much a Thoroughfare: Trenton in the American Revolution- Sept. 20

Don’t miss author and historian Larry Kidder’s presentation, “So Necessary a Post… So Much...

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Tri-County History Fair- Sept. 30

Explore three counties worth of history at the Tri-County History Fair at the Plainfield...

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Meet Crossroads’ Newest Revolutionary Neighbors

Meet the newest in our growing collection of Revolutionary Neighbors, John Fell, Nicholas Collin, Shephard...

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HP of the Week- The Frazee House and their “Harvest Homecoming Festival”

This week’s featured heritage partner is the Scotch Plains Fanwood Rotary Frazee House. Join...

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