Crossroads of the American Revolution – Monuments

Thomas Paine Site Historic Homes Historic Places

Courtland Streets   | Bordentown, NJ, 08505

The Tea Burning Monument Delaware River Towns Monuments

Ye Greate St. | Greenwich Township, NJ , 08323

Shepard Kollock Newspaper Site Historic Places Monuments

55 Main St. | Chatham, NJ, 07298

Long Beach Island Massacre Historic Places

208 Broadway | Barnegat Light, NJ, 08006

Joshua Huddy Park Monuments

| Toms River, NJ, 08753

Great Falls of the Passaic Historic Places

72 McBride Ave. | Paterson, NJ, 07501

William Trent House Museum NHL Museums Road to Monmouth Road to Morristown

15 Market St | Trenton, NJ, 08611

The Trent House was occupied during the Revolutionary War period by both Patriots and Tories. Hessian troops were quartered on the site and a hospital for injured from both sides was operated by Dr. William Bryant, a Tory. From 1778 to 1792 Colonel John Cox, Assistant Quartermaster General for the Continental Army, owned the house.

Pulaski Monument Battle Sites Monuments

Pulaski Boulevard & Kosciusko Way | Little Egg Harbor, NJ, 08087

Fort Billingsport Historic Places Monmuments

North Delaware Street and Clonmell Road | Paulsboro, NJ, 08066

Site of Fort Billingsport

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