The Crossroads of the American Revolution is home to countless historians and craftspeople who make the 18th century come to life in New Jersey. They’re passionate about sharing stories of what it was like to live here during wartime, how historic events shaped the communities we live in today…...

A“Jersey Girl” is known for her spirit, drive and “take no prisoners” approach to life. The 18th century women who lived in New Jersey may not have taken up arms in the American Revolution, but many made important contributions to the fight for independence. To commemorate Women’s History Month,...



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Crossroads’ Spring Conference- The Art of Period Dress- April 21

“THE ART OF PERIOD DRESS” REGISTRATION IS NOW OPEN! Crossroads is excited to partner with...

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NJ Tourism Director Jake Buganski to Headline Crossroads’ Annual Meeting- March 31

Crossroads is excited to announce that Jake Buganski, Executive Director of New Jersey Division...

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2017 Spirit of the Jerseys State History Fair

In 2017, the Spirit of the Jerseys State History Fair will again be held...

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Wanted- Organization to Apply for Planning Grant to Save the Upton Log Cabin at Cole’s Landing

One of the oldest buildings in southern NJ, the Upton Log Cabin, built as...

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Battle of Bound Brook Living History Weekend- April 8 & 9

Living History in South Bound Brook and Bound Brook- Experience Living History and learn...

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HP of the Week- Shippen Manor

Explore life during the Revolutionary War-era in the little iron-making village of Oxford furnace....

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