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Monmouth Poll reveals NJ awareness of Revolutionary heritage

The vast majority of New Jerseyans say it is important to preserve and promote the state’s Revolutionary War heritage according to a new Monmouth University Poll, many though respondents placed the state a below Massachusetts, Virginia, and Pennsylvania in terms of its American Revolution significance. Read more about the findings on the poll website, as […]

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“Sharing Untold Stories” Crossroads conference to be held Jan 24

Register today for Sharing Untold Stories, Crossroads of the American Revolution’s January 24 professional development conferences for volunteers and site at historic sites and heritage organizations. The session will be held at Morven Museum & Garden, 55 Stockton Street in Princeton, from 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. Co-sponsored by the New Jersey Historical Commission and […]

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January 8 Quarterly 250th Update available on YouTube

View and listen to the replay of the winter update for Revolution NJ, New Jersey’s planning for the 250th anniversry of the United States, held on January 8, 2020. The replay is available on YouTube. Topics covered during the session included the introduction of the new Revolution NJ logo, the latest on the NJ Revolutionary-era […]

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Crossroads’ Holiday Gift Shop Guide

As the holidays approach, are you struggling to find a unique gift for the history lover on your list? Crossroads and our Heritage Partners are here to help! Many of our Partner sites have a wide selection of gifts for everyone on your list, history buffs and non-historians alike. Here you can find information about […]

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Amy Osterhout joins Crossroads team as Program Manager

Please join us in welcoming Crossroads’ new Program Manager, Amy Osterhout. She’ll be the primary Crossroads liaison to our Heritage Partners and will take the lead on planning our semi-annual professional development workshops. Amy will also be working on greater visibility for heritage partners with an enhanced heritage partner section and features on the Crossroads […]

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Elizabeth’s historic First Presbyterian is newest host to Crossroads-branded signage

The story of the City of Elizabeth’s deep Revolutionary War heritage is now being told by two interpretive signs located outdoors on the campus of the historic First Presbyterian Church and burial grounds on Broad Street. The signage was unveiled on Monday, November 4 by representatives from the City of Elizabeth, The Elizabeth Destination Marketing […]

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Enjoy A Taste of History at Pomona Hall

Chef Walter Staib will appear at a special screening of the Emmy-Award winning A Taste of History on Sunday November 3 at 1:30 p.m. at the Camden County Historical Society (CCHS). This special event is hosted by CCHS and Crossroads of the American Revolution. Pomona Hall, a 1726 brick mansion operated by CCHS, recently served […]

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