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Who knew that the first official Independence Day celebration took place on the banks of the Raritan River? In our July blog, Mark Nonestied, division head, historic sites & history services in Middlesex County’s Office of Culture & Heritage, shares a look into the celebration itself, as well as...

June 14 marks Flag Day, which this year marks the 240th anniversary of the date when Congress officially designated the Stars and Stripes as the official flag of the United States of America. For this month’s Revolutionary NJ blog post, we asked former Crossroads President Kevin Tremble to share...

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Crossroads launches search for Executive Director

Crossroads of the American Revolution Association, the not-for-profit organization that manages the Crossroads of...

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2017 Revolutionary Spirit Night at the All-Star Game in Pictures

Huzzah and Thank You to all that participated in Crossroads’ “2017 Revolutionary Spirit Night...

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UTHS Hosting Museum of the American Revolution Bus Trip- July 26

Join the Union Township Historical Society on a field trip to Philadelphia to visit the...

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What a find: Museum discovers lost wines almost as old as the country itself

Crossroads Heritage Partner Liberty Hall Museum has discovered a “new” cache of Madiera wine...

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Atlantic County Veterans Museum Now Open

The new Atlantic County Veterans Museum is now open! Located in the historic Daniel...

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Do you think that one of your ancestors might have been a founder of New Jersey?

Check out the Descendants of Founders of New Jersey’s revised and expanded edition of “Founders of...

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