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Xiomɑ́ro: Rediscovering Morristown National Historical Park Through Photography

Washington’s Headquarters Museum at Morristown NHP 30 Washington Place, Morristown, NJ

Morristown National Historical Park was established as the National Park Service's first national historical park in 1933 and will celebrate its 90th anniversary in 2023. This historic milestone presents an opportunity for this park to connect to and find relevance with the rapidly changing local and global communities it serves in the 21st century. Xiomɑ́ro […]

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Whitall House Open for Tours

Whitall House/Red Bank Battlefield NJ

Tour the Whitall House to learn about what life was like for an 18th-century Quaker family. Adjacent to the house is Red Bank Battlefield and the earthen remains of Fort Mercer. The house and battlefield are part of the Gloucester County Parks system. The park features picnic pavilions and a scenic path along the Delaware […]

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125 Years of Historic Preservation at Wallace House & Old Dutch Parsonage

Wallace House & Old Dutch Parsonage 71 Somerset Street, Somerville, NJ

Wallace House opened as an historic house museum in 1897 during Queen Victoria's Diamond Jubilee. This year we mark 125 years of historic preservation at Wallace House & Old Dutch Parsonage on the occasion Queen Elizabeth II's Platinum Jubilee. This historic houses tour explores the history of the preservation of Wallace House and Old Dutch […]

Free

Civil War Nurse Arabella Barlow Walking Tour

Wallace House & Old Dutch Parsonage 71 Somerset Street, Somerville, NJ

Wallace House & Old Dutch Parsonage State Historic Sites Walk with our historian from Wallace House & Old Dutch Parsonage to Somerville's Old Cemetery to visit the historic grave of Civil War nurse Arabella Barlow, descended from the Hardenbergh family of Old Dutch Parsonage and the Wallace family of Wallace House. On the way stop […]

Free

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Whitall House Open for Tours

Whitall House/Red Bank Battlefield NJ

Tour the Whitall House to learn about what life was like for an 18th-century Quaker family. Adjacent to the house is Red Bank Battlefield and the earthen remains of Fort Mercer. The house and battlefield are part of the Gloucester County Parks system. The park features picnic pavilions and a scenic path along the Delaware […]

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Whitall House Open for Tours

Whitall House/Red Bank Battlefield NJ

Tour the Whitall House to learn about what life was like for an 18th-century Quaker family. Adjacent to the house is Red Bank Battlefield and the earthen remains of Fort Mercer. The house and battlefield are part of the Gloucester County Parks system. The park features picnic pavilions and a scenic path along the Delaware […]

Living History Day: Cottage Industry Day at Dey Mansion

Dey Mansion 199 Totowa Road, Wayne, NJ

Join 18th century crafters, tradesmen and tradeswomen at work on key home industrial arts. Participate and learn how everyday items were made from fiberarts to woodworking! RSVP on the Dey Mansion website for updates.

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18th Century Cottage Industry Day

Dey Mansion 199 Totowa Road, Wayne, NJ

Dey Mansion Washington's Headquarters Living History Days continue with a focus on the home industry of the 18th century. Join 18th century crafters, tradesmen and tradeswomen at work on key home industrial arts. Participate and learn how everyday items were made from fiber arts to woodworking! Event will be held on the grounds of Dey […]

Free

Pirates and Privateers in New Jersey – online presentation

Online - register for details NJ

New Jersey’s coast has a rich history, from sunken German submarines to buried and sunken treasures still undiscovered. Guest speaker Fred Eckert will regale us with swashbuckling stories of the state’s past. This event will be hosted VIRTUALLY via WebEx. Those who register will receive a link upon registration. The session will also be live-streamed […]

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Whitall House Open for Tours

Whitall House/Red Bank Battlefield NJ

Tour the Whitall House to learn about what life was like for an 18th-century Quaker family. Adjacent to the house is Red Bank Battlefield and the earthen remains of Fort Mercer. The house and battlefield are part of the Gloucester County Parks system. The park features picnic pavilions and a scenic path along the Delaware […]

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