Modern roads and bridges conceal many of the challenges that the Continental and British armies, and their allies, faced as they criss-crossed New Jersey. The Continental Army made an especially precarious retreat in November 1776, faced with the realities of the British approach, rivers to cross and miles of...
Through our last Revolutionary NJ Blog entry, historian Earl Cain consulted the works of Atlantic County Historian Rev. Norman Goos to share the contributions of New Jersey’s Patriot seamen in the fight for independence. In this installment, he tells the story of the October 1778 British attack on the...
HISTORY IN THE NEWS
Burlington County Lyceum Association Presents: A Visit with John Bartram, America’s Founding Father of Botany
Don’t miss this fascinating presentation on Nov. 18 at the Friends’ Meeting House in...Read More
The Metlar-Bodine House Museum Presents: Envisioning New Jersey: An Illustrated History of the Garden State- Nov. 19
Don’t miss this fascinating and informative lecture at the Metlar-Bodine House Museum on Nov....Read More
Howell Farm and Hopewell Valley Historical Society Presents: The Story of Titusville Mills & The Fiddlers Creek Ravine- Nov. 17
Join Historian Jack Koeppel on Friday, Nov. 17, at Howell Living History Farm for a...Read More