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Stories from the American Revolution have inspired countless movies since the earliest days of the film industry. None, though, are quite as creative as those produced by 70 fifth graders from Burnet Hill Elementary School in Livingston, NJ. The “Revolution Through Our Eyes” video series is the result of...

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...

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Civil War Trust Awarded Battlefield Protection Grant

The Civil War Trust- Campaign 1776 has been awarded a Preservation Planning Grant by...

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Battle of Paulus Hook Commemoration- August 19

Join the Historic Paulus Hook Association for their annual Battle of Paulus Hook Commemoration on...

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Patriots Week Wins 2017 Toast to Tourism Award

Patriots Week, an annual event co-hosted by The Old Barracks Museum and the Trenton...

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Morris County Heritage Commission Presents “Caring for Your Collections”: A Lunch and Learn Session on August 24

“Groups with archival or museum collections in need of organization or preservation are invited...

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Archaeology Campers Uncover Evidence of Early Barn Foundation at Jacobus Vanderveer House & Museum

Eighteen children participating in a week-long archaeology camp at Bedminster’s historic Jacobus Vanderveer House...

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New Exhibits Debut at Morristown National Historical Park

“Inspired by the park’s collection, interns Claire Du Laney and Meghan Kolbusch, have created...

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