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COVID-19: Closings, Cancellations and Reschedules

Due to the COVID-19 coronavirus outbreak, some events hosted by our partner sites may be cancelled or rescheduled and sites may be closed until further notice. Find below a list of current event cancellations, rescheduling or changes; these changes have also been reflected in our Events calendar. Please keep in mind that this is only […]

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New Crossroads signage at Liberty Hall Museum spotlights region’s Revolutionary heritage

The story of New Jersey’s first elected governor and his country estate’s Revolutionary War heritage is now being told by an interpretive kiosk located on the grounds of Liberty Hall Museum at Kean University in Union. The kiosk was unveiled on March 12 by representatives from Liberty Hall Museum and Crossroads of the American Revolution. […]

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Rescheduled: Annual Meeting/250th site assessment findings — April 21 virtual meeting

Crossroads of the American Revolution invites you to participate in our Annual Meeting and presentation of the New Jersey Revolutionary Historic Site and Visitor Readiness Assessment. Thank you for your understanding as we have worked to reschedule this important session while continuing to follow social distancing guidelines. Please join us on Tuesday April 21 at […]

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Sharing Untold Stories Conference Brings New Perspective to Site Interpretation

Crossroads Heritage Partners site managers, volunteers and historians were among the 60 participants in Crossroads’ January 24 Professional Development Conference, Sharing Untold Stories, held at Morven Museum & Garden in Princeton. Co-sponsored by the New Jersey Historical Commission and Morven the session was designed to equip participants with tools to uncover a more inclusive spectrum […]

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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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