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Historic Sites in Glendora, NJ

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The National Constitution Center was created by the Constitution Heritage Act in 1988. The Center is an i...


Betsy Ross House

Philadelphia, PA

Betsy Ross (1752 - 1836) lived and worked here on Arch Street during the American Revolution. The house where she boa...


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Although not technically an art museum, the Rosenbach is home to an incredible fine art collection that includes th...


In this yard, now known as Franklin Court, formerly stood the home of Benjamin Franklin. In his later years, Franklin...


The Camden County Historical Society is comprised of three unique facilities that serve the community as well a...


Whitall House

National Park, NJ

Located at Red Bank Battlefield National Park, the James and Ann Whitall House (1748) served as both a Revolutiona...


Gloria Dei Church

Philadelphia, PA

- Gloria Dei (Old Swedes') Church was built between 1698 - 1700 and is the oldest church in Pennsylvania. The Sw...


Report from the Fort 21 January 1802 • Major J. J. Ulrich Rivardi One side of brick barracks, 117 feet long, 28 wide ...


Pennsylvania Horticultural Society is a nonprofit membership organization founded in 1827. PHS organizes events, activities a...


In 1884, Walt Whitman purchased a modest, two-story frame house on Mickle Street for $1,750. It is the only hou...


Within this building then a tavern-house, the Council of Safety for New Jersey was organized March 18th 1777. Herin a...


Red Bank Battlefield

National Park, NJ

Red Bank Battlefield is a service of the Gloucester County Board of Freeholders. This is the first stop on the 41-mil...


Penn's Plan

Philadelphia, PA

William Penn learned many lessons in life. Living in 17th century England taught him that open space offered breathin...


Benjamin Smith Barton

Philadelphia, PA

Physician, professor of natural history at the University of Pennsylvania. Author of first American botany textbook. ...


Built in 1856, it is the oldest existing railroad station in New Jersey. Listed in State and National Historic Reg...


National Park Service

Philadelphia, PA

The National Park Service operates a number of National Historic Parks, National Recreation Areas, scenic trails, ...


Anthony J. Drexel

Philadelphia, PA

Entrepreneur and philanthropist Drexel created the world's first trans-Atlantic banking network from an office first ...


Philadelphia Exchange

Philadelphia, PA

The magnificent building in front of you testifies to 19th Century Philadelphia’s importance as a financial hub. The ...


Philip Syng, Jr.

Philadelphia, PA

Near here, silversmith Philip Syng, Jr. created the inkstand used to sign the Declaration and Constitution at Indepen...


Sorrow and Joy

Philadelphia, PA

Until the 19th century this was often a sorrowful place. Many people knew it as a potters field, a "publick burying p...

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