18th Century Reenactor – Johnson Ferry House

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War is difficult for everyone to deal with; perhaps especially so for those left behind in an era of slow, uncertain communication. New Jersey at the time of the Revolution had no newspaper and only a rudimentary postal service. Sandwiched as New Jersey was between British occupied New York and the Continental Congress based in Philadelphia, life for the residents was continuously disrupted by armies marching and foraging, battling and skirmishing repeatedly across the state.

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Bert Dunkerly Lecture

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Monmouth Battlefield Reenactment

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Meet Francis Hopkinson

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African American Soldiers in the Revolution, with Algernon Ward

Arrest of the Royal Governor

“New Jersey – A 360˚ View” for New Jersey’s 360th Birthday

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