Major findings of the visitor readiness assessment of New Jersey Revolutionary-era historic sites were presented at Crossroads of the American Revolution’s 2020 annual meeting held via Go-To-Meeting on April 21.
The winning entry in the Revolution NJ logo contest was unveiled by General George Washington and Colonel Henry Knox following the Second Battle of Trenton reenactment in Trenton’s Mill Hill Park on December 28.
The tourism and economic development potential of New Jersey’s Revolutionary heritage is among the topics featured on NJTV News’ October 28, 2019 report. The segment also highlighted the logo design contest currently underway to select a visual brand for Revolution NJ.
More than 50 friends of New Jersey history attended Crossroads of the American Revolution Association’s annual meeting at Thomas Edison State University on March 27 to learn more about the organization’s 2018 projects and 2019 plans.