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Historic Sites in Atsion, NJ

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Basto Historic Village features the restored 19th century village and Batsto Mansion - the restored ironmaster's mans... scout.me

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Atsion

Atsion, NJ

This 1770s era bog iron forge community was located along the Mullica River in the Pine Barrens, along US 206... history.rootsweb

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atsion recreation area

Tabernacle Twp, NJ

- Information provided by New Jersey Division of Parks and Forestry Throughout Wharton are rivers and streams fo... wildernet.com

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Founded in 1758 by the New Jersey provincial legislature on the Edgepillock or Brotherton tract, now Indian Mills. Un... hmdb.org

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Speedwell

Chatsworth, NJ

Saw Mill Built by Daniel Randolph, 1770. Furnace and forge by Benjamin Randolph, 1773. Log house standing until 1948,... hmdb.org

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Carranza Memorial

Vincentown, NJ

This monument commemorates the legacy and tragic accident of Captain Emilio Carranza Rodriguez, a Mexican aviator. Bo... hmdb.org

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Monument

Vincentown, NJ

Captain Emilio Carranza fell to his death while returning to Mexico on good will flight 1928. Pennies of Mexican chil... hmdb.org

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Speedwell

Chatsworth, NJ

Saw Mill Built by Daniel Randolph, 1770. Furnace and forge by Benjamin Randolph, 1773. Log house standing until 1948,... hmdb.org

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Stamping Mill Built on Green Limb Branch near here. Locally called "Tunking Mill" from sound of blows of heavy hammer... hmdb.org

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Cemetery

Chatsworth, NJ

A wandering priest made this hallowed ground for all time. Graves marked by heavy pine slabs. Only stone inscribed, C... hmdb.org

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Gilbert W. Knight blacksmith, G.A.R. Vet., N.J. 23rd Vol. Reg. Son, Harry L. Knight born July 4, 1866, Burlington Co.... hmdb.org

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Aetna Furnace

Medford, NJ

Started by Charles Read in 1766, the ironworks closed in 1773. The site included sawmill, gristmill, smithy and 9000 ... hmdb.org

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Kemble Inn

Medford, NJ

Owner 1845 Charles S. Kemble, innkeeper, farmer, blacksmith, member N.J. House of Assembly 1855-59. Burl. Co. Sheriff... hmdb.org

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Most necessary in Colonial Times, date erected unknown. Blacksmiths were Charles Kemble, Gilbert Knight, Henry Allen,... hmdb.org

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SOOY PLACE

Sooy Place, NJ

Six miles east-southeast of the junction of SH 70 and US 206, at a point 12 miles east of Marlton.       ... history.rootsweb

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BATSTO

Batsto, NJ

Located in Wharton State Forest, on SSH 542, nine miles east of Hammonton, this iron forge village was founde... history.rootsweb

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Stamping Mill Built on Green Limb Branch near here. Locally called "Tunking Mill" from sound of blows of heavy hammer... hmdb.org

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