History in Delaware River Region NJ
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Quaint Colonial city dating to 1677. Ben Franklin learned the printing trade here. Homes of John Hoskins, Ulysses S. Grant, Surveyor General's Office of West Jersey, birth place of James Fennimore...
Revolutionary war massacre site of at least 10 civilians and militia by British Troops (Queen's Rangers, Tories and Hessians). Pattern end Brick home built in 1734 by William & Sarah Hancock. There...
This rugged log cabin recalls how the early settlers lived in Salem County, including collections focusing on the county's farm and maritime traditions.
Tour the homes of James Fenimore Cooper and Capt. James Lawrence, the Bard-How House, the Museum Gallery and the Delia Biddle Pugh Library. Open Tues. - Sat. 1 pm - 5 pm. Annual holiday house tour....
The Princeton University Art Museum is one of the nation's leading art museums with collections of some 92,000 works of art ranging from ancient to contemporary, concentrating geographically on the...
On Dec. 25, 1776, the icy waters of the Delaware River provided the setting for one of the pivotal events of the American Revolution. The Continental Army had little to celebrate that Christmas and...