Revolutionary News


Walking Tour of the Week- Historic Flemington

Take a stroll through history this week with Hunterdon County Historical Society’s two-part tour of historic Flemington! Enjoy all the sights and sounds of the past and the present that this historic county has to offer, and don’t forget to mark Hunterdon County Historical Society’s Second Annual Cemetery Seminar featuring Historic Early Farm Cemeteries on […]


Change in Visitor Services Hours of Operation at Morristown

The summer’s winding down, it’s back to school time, and back to the regular visitor hours for Morristown National Historical Park (NHP). Beginning on August 30, 2015, Morristown NHP will change its hours of operation for visitor services to the following: Washington’s Headquarters Museum Monday and Tuesday – Closed Wednesday through Sunday – 9:30 am […]


Ribbon-Cutting at Princeton Battlefield State Park

Join The Princeton Battlefield Society and its co-host, the State of New Jersey, for a good old-fashioned Ribbon-cutting on Wed. September 16th to honor the acquisition of the D’Ambrisi Property and its annexation to Princeton Battlefield State Park. The event will take place at the Colonnade on the North side of Mercer Street in Princeton […]


House Tour of the Week- The Benjamin Temple House

Visit the historic Benjamin Temple House, home to the brother-in-law of John Hart, one of New Jersey’s signers of the Declaration of Independence. This colonial home will also be the site of the Ewing Township Historic Preservation Society’s First Annual Country Auction on Saturday, August 22! The Temple House was built circa 1750 by Benjamin […]


NJDAR to host Remembrance Ceremony at Greenwich Cemetery

General William Maxwell Chapter NJDAR to host Remembrance Ceremony at Greenwich Cemetery, Stewartsville, NJ Come celebrate the renovation of the graves of General William Maxwell, only Brigadier General of NJ during the American Revolution, his two brothers, Lt. Robert and Capt. John, and their wives, by the General William Maxwell Chapter. The ceremony will take […]


Heritage Partners Receive Accolades from the NJSCA

The Barnegat Bay Decoy & Baymen’s Museum, Bergen County Division of Cultural & Historic Affairs, and Middlesex County Cultural & Heritage Commission were each awarded 2016 Citations of Excellence from the New Jersey State Council on the Arts for their outstanding grant applications. In addition to this, the Middlesex County Cultural & Heritage Commission and […]