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The first documented celebration of Washington's Birthday occurred at Valley Forge in February 1778.
The concluding chapter in the story of the brick makers of the Hackensack Valley.
Despite building boom, new building materials steadily challenge Hackensack brick for market share.
Racing the clock to rescue an irreplaceable heritage in the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy's storm surge.
Amidst so much loss and heartache, one more cry for help.
Our ancient cemeteries deserve respect and preservation. Join a walking tour to the Old French Burying Ground in New Milford on Sunday, October 28, 2012, at 1:30 PM.
Historian Bill Marsch will speak on “Why Lincoln lost New Jersey twice” at 7:30 pm on October 18, 2012, in the Second Reformed Church, 436 Union Street, Hackensack, NJ 07601.
As Judge Abraham O. Zabriskie said of Bergen County in 1847: “We stand on Revolutionary ground, hallowed by martial mementos of the past….”
The Bergen County Historical Society presents historian Joseph Bilby, speaking on the 3,271 African-Americans from NJ who served in the military during the Civil War.
Experience history in the storied places where it was made! Steuben Day celebrated at Major-General Friedrich Wilhelm Baron von Steuben's Jersey Estate, Historic New Bridge Landing.
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