History in Skylands Region NJ
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The Jim and Mary Lee Museum, located on Route 519 in Stewartsville, is located in a former Morris Canal plane tender's house that also was the long-time home of noted Morris Canal historian Jim Lee...
Built in the early 1700s, this brick Dutch vernacular house served as headquarters for Quartermaster Gen. Nathaniel Green during the Revolutionary War in the winter of 1778-79....
An historic operating farm of the 1880 - 1930 era. Special emphasis on what life was like from 1918 - 1927 through activities and interpretation. Former home of Charles Foster and his daughter,...
Display of railroad memorabilia and artifacts included. Equipment under restoration and on display. Gift shop, museum and research library open during open houses. World famous Centerville &...
America's first national historical park on 1,676 acres, including a three-mile tour road, 24 miles of hiking trails, a visitor center, 18th century farm and several reconstructed soldier huts....
Wallace House was the home of wealthy merchant John Wallace. George Washington stayed here in the winter of 1778-1779. The Parsonage was the home of Jacob Hardenbergh, founder of Queen's College,...