Welcome Heritage Partner!



Crossroads of the American Revolution National Heritage Area preserves and shares the past, present and future of New Jersey’s revolutionary story through a network of regional and national partnerships. Serving as the coordinating entity for the Heritage Area, these partnerships are at the core of Crossroads’ work. From designated Partner Sites and Heritage Area communities to national preservation organizations and historical companies, the new partners only section of our website is dedicated to connecting partners with resources needed to share this important story.

Submit an Event

Crossroads of the American Revolution National Heritage Area is dedicated to preserving, sharing and celebrating America’s Revolutionary story of New Jersey. A large part of the region’s heritage can be found within the cultural events, festivals and re-enactments of the area. If your organization hosts events celebrating the region’s rich Revolutionary culture, we would love to have them included on our Events Calendar.

Click here to submit your event

Grants Listings

Check out our list of  the latest grants available!

Upcoming Workshops and Meetings

-January 24, 2020 – Sharing Untold Stories – Crossroads Heritage Partners Professional Development at Morven

Additional Resources & Information

-The Association for Living History, Farm and Agricultural Museums

-Artifact Assessment Program (AAP) a service of the New Jersey Association of Museums

-Cultural Assets and Heritage Tourism

Articles and Videos of Interest

-8 Ways to Green Your Historic House

-9 Questions to Ask When Using Social Media to Save Places

-8 Tips for Social Media Community Management

-Bob Mayers Video Interview-On his book, “Revolutionary New Jersey, Forgotten Towns and Crossroads of the American Revolution”

-Preservation Basics

-8 Tips for Preservation Advocacy on Social Media

-6 Ways to Make a Fun and Interactive Junior Preservationist Workbook

-6 Tips for Telling Preservation Stories on Social Media

-9 Tips to Plan a Preservation Bike Ride

-Second EVER Copy of the Declaration of Independence Found

-6 Tips to Document Historic Details Before They Disappear

-10 Tips for Researching Historic Cemeteries and Burial Grounds

-9 Tips for Creating Successful Petitions on Change.org

-Toolkit Roundup: Using Social Media to Save Places

-10 Ways to Get Kids Excited about Preservation

-William Maxwell, New Jersey’s Hard Fighting General

-You Say Huzzah! They Said Huzzay!

-Toolkit Roundup: Getting Press for Preservation Projects 

-Fundamentals of Fundraising for Preservation Projects

-Biggest Jerk of the Revolution

-Most famous weapon? What was the most popular, deadliest, strangest or most intimidating weapon of the Revolution? Why?

-10 Tips for Using Photography and Photo Sharing for Preservation

-10 Tips for Bringing Historic Properties Back From a Flood

-8 Tips for Re-setting Headstones

-10 Steps to Establish a Local Historic District

-My Clothes are Hand Stitched, But No One Will Talk to Me

-National Trust for Historic Preservation “The Crossroads of the American Revolution”

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