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Historic Sites in Pemberton, NJ

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Whitesbog Village

Browns Mills, NJ

Historic Whitesbog Village has its origins in 1857 when James A. Fenwick began cultivating cranberry bogs at this loc... hmdb.org

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The Old School House

Mount Holly, NJ

The oldest school house in NJ, built in 1756. School tours and programs available by appointment. visitnj.org

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Memorial for area's premier spiritual Quaker leader & abolitionist of the 1700s. visitnj.org

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Smithville Mansion

Westampton Township, NJ

The Smithville Mansion is the home of industrialist, inventor, congressman and entraeprenauer, H.B. Smith. Pioneer... visitnj.org

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Smithville Mansion

Mount Holly, NJ

Mansion of James Langstaff Farmer 1830 Purchased by Mount Holly Library - 1957 Chartered by King George III - 1765 hmdb.org

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Isaac Stratton, son of Mark Stratton, in c. 1760 built this Flemish Bond brick home. It was probably built in two sec... hmdb.org

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British Corporal John Fisher, 28th. Regiment who had deserted the British to join the Rebels was caught, tried and co... hmdb.org

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The barracks serves as an educational center for Colonial and American history, and stands as the last re... americanheritage.com

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About 1860, James Still, The Black Doctor of the Pines a self-taught son of slaves, made and dispensed his famous her... hmdb.org

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Friends Meeting

Medford, NJ

Established in 1759, the first Meeting House was built in 1762 The present Meeting House dates from 1814, with the ne... hmdb.org

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Ely Hall

Medford, NJ

Dr. Henry P. Ely built the house about 1844. The mansard roof was added after a fire in 1893. This 2 and story home s... hmdb.org

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Built in 1841, this Greek Revival House has Flemish Bond brick pattern. The first floor was once a store, changed to ... hmdb.org

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From 1881 to 1931 this former railroad station served the 12-mile line to Haddonfield. Milk, produce, passengers and ... hmdb.org

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This mid 1800’s house was once a private boarding school run by Milton H. Allen. The next year, 1874, it became Medfo... hmdb.org

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Purchased for $120 by Evesham in 1813 from Enoch and Hannah Stratton for a public burying ground. Became part of Medf... 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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This home was built by Albert and Belle Ballinger in 1911. All construction materials were shipped in two freight car... hmdb.org

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A chair parts factory and a sawmill operated here from 1845 to 1890. Chairville’s one-room school served children in ... hmdb.org

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This church was built in 1875. Dr. A. E. Scheibner had his office here from 1969 until 1992. In 2000 it was converted... hmdb.org

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