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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 brick structure standing near this point, is Copany Meeting House, built in 1775, following a skirmish between Am... hmdb.org

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On orders from General Washington to pull Hessian troops southward from positions of support near Trenton, 600 Americ... hmdb.org

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This Site was placed in the National and New Jersey State Historical Registers in 1979. The Meeting House, situated a... hmdb.org

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Elizabeth Coleman White

Browns Mills, NJ

Elizabeth Coleman White was born in 1871, the eldest of four daughters, and is best known as a pioneer in the blueber... hmdb.org

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Conservation and Environmental Studies Center, Inc. has been designated a National Environmental Education Landmark T... hmdb.org

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This monument is dedicated to the only indispensable instrument of war, The American Soldier--- The Ultimate Weapon I... hmdb.org

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Wild cranberry plants prefer low fields, meadows, bogs, and stream banks. Native Americans used the berries for food,... hmdb.org

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Exploring the Pinelands

Browns Mills, NJ

To experience the Pinelands National Reserve fully, you should spend a few days. It is a vast area that includes hist... hmdb.org

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World War II Mobilized at Fort Dix 16 September 1940 Campaigns Northern France Rhineland Central Europe In memory of ... hmdb.org

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Dedicated to those who served in all the Armed Forces. In memory of those who paid the supreme sacrifice [Names liste... hmdb.org

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Program that features the natural and cultural history of Whitesbog and the surrounding Pine Barrens. Operated by ... visitnj.org

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James Taylor

Trenton, NJ

Born May 16, 1810 in Staffordshire, England. Taylor came to the United States in 1829 and settled for a time in Jerse... 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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This early simply detailed frame house was the home of the sawmill foreman at the mill complex. With the mill and the... hmdb.org

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The 2-story grammar school, built in 1876, had four more rooms added in 1907. Medford High School offered a 2-3 year ... 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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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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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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