The American Revolution Center is dedicated to engaging the public in the history and significance of the American Revolution and its enduring legacy.
The Battlefield Restoration & Archaeological Volunteer Organization, or BRAVO, is a membership group working toward the preservation and correct interpretation of New Jersey’s historical past.
Battles and Skirmishes of the American Revolution by David C. Munn provides a clear and concise timeline of the battles and skirmishes that took place in New Jersey during the Revolution.
The Battles and Skirmishes of the American Revolution Map is a the perfect visual aid for those researching the timeline of the American Revolution.
The Bergen County Historical Society was founded in 1902 to develop public appreciation for Bergen County’s remarkable history.
The Burlington County Historian is a one-stop resource for historical information about the county that was home to one of New Jersey’s colonial capitals.
A number of volunteer groups work to preserve and promote a specific site or group of sites. These include Friends of the Hancock House (Salem County).
The Washington-Rochambeau Revolutionary Route is a National Historic Trail that traces the American and French armies’ route from Rhode Island to eventual victory in Yorktown Virginia. A substantial portion passes through New Jersey.
Historical New Jersey Revolutionary War Maps are an excellent source for documenting the various battles and skirmishes that took place in New Jersey, as well as, the “plan of attack” for major battles like the Battle of Monmouth.