The March to Victory in Yorktown: The War of Independence in Raritan Landing & New Jersey 1781-1782

East Jersey Old Town Village 1050 River Road, Piscataway, NJ

W3R New Jersey together with The Middlesex County Division of History and Historic preservation and The Metlar Bodine House Museum present: The March to Victory in Yorktown: The War of Independence in Raritan Landing & New Jersey 1781-1782 by Dr. Robert Selig. Seating is limited! Arrive early to ensure a spot!

Free

The Archaeology of the Battle of Red Bank

West Deptford Free Public Library 240 Crown Point Road, West Deptford , NJ

Please join the West Deptford Free Public Library for an in-person presentation with Jennifer Janofsky, Ph. D. Dr. Janofsky will discuss recent discoveries at the Red Bank Battlefield Park.  She will also discuss the role that African American soldiers played at Fort Mercer. This event will follow social distancing seating. Masks are optional. "This program […]

Game Based Learning: How Gaming Can Be Used in Education

Dey Mansion 199 Totowa Road, Wayne, NJ

Join Jared Fishman, Co-Founder and Co-Director of HMGS Next Gen, on how to integrate game based learning into the classroom. With over 17 years of teaching experience, Jared has successfully integrated gaming culture into the classroom. He will discuss classroom strategies, tried and true simulations and general perspectives on integrating games as an engaging tool […]

Free

OVER HERE, MOLLY PITCHER: Stories of Women of the Army in the American Revolution

West Deptford Free Public Library 240 Crown Point Road, West Deptford , NJ

Please join the West Deptford Free Public Library for an in-person presentation for Over Here, Molly Pitcher:  Stories of a Woman of the Army in the American Revolution. Portrayed by Stacy F. Roth:  History of the Hoof, this interpretive storytelling program relates to the legend of “Molly Pitcher,” the heroine of the 1778 Battle of […]

A Brief History of the Indigenous in New Jersey (ZOOM)

NJ

"We are indebted to the Courage and Sacrifice of our Ancestors and give full recognition to Their Contributions and Offer Words of Honor To Their Memory.”  The Ramapo-Munsee Lenape homeland once extended from Western Connecticut to Eastern Pennsylvania, and from the Northern bank of the Raritan River North to Albany N.Y. Today we barely control our […]

North Jersey American Revolution Round Table November Meeting

Morristown National Historical Park 30 Washington Place, Morristown, NJ

The next meeting of the NJARRT takes place on November 10 at 7pm when our speaker will be Glenn Williams speaking about “George Rogers Clark and the Illinois Campaign of 1778-1779". The meeting will take place in person at the museum at Morristown National Historical Park, 30 Washington Place in Morristown, NJ. The talk will […]

Lafayette at Brandywine – and Moorestown, Too!

Moorestown Library 111 West Second Street, Moorestown, NJ

This November 10, the Historical Society of Moorestown and the Moorestown Library (111 W. 2nd St., Moorestown NJ 08057) present author Bruce E. Mowday, who will speak at the Library about the Marquis de Lafayette, the French hero of the American Revolution. Mowday’s latest book is Lafayette at Brandywine: The Making of an American Hero. […]

Tweksbury Historical Society Covered Dish Supper ft Joel Farkas

Zion Lutheran Christian Education Building 16 Miller Ave., Oldwick, NJ

The Tewksbury Historical Society hosts Joel Farkas, Lecturer at the Fairleigh Dickinson University Florham Institue for Life Learning,  at its Covered Dish Supper and Meeting on Sunday, November 13th.  The event takes place at the Zion Lutheran Church Christian Education Building, 18 Miller Ave., Oldwick, 08558,  at 5 p.m. and is open to the public […]

Taking Sides in Revolutionary New Jersey with Dr. Maxine Lurie

Morven Museum & Garden 55 Stockton Street, Princeton, NJ

During the American Revolution, New Jersey experienced eight long years of living in an active war zone. Some residents took sides, varying from “Loyalist” to “Patriot,” while many others were […]

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