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Revolutionary Jersey Girls

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, Crossroads asked Jan Hunold, Regent of […]

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Welcome to the Revolutionary NJ Blog

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… and much, much more. Over the […]

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