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A Guide to New Jersey’s American Revolutionary War Sites
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Abraham Staats House$1.00
Crossroads’ New Jersey: Crossroads of the American Revolution DVD$10.00
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“These hallowed grounds are places where ordinary citizens performed deeds of extraordinary valor; where the descendants of those who fought at Monmouth, Princeton, Trenton and other historic sites and battlegrounds can walk in the footsteps of those ancestors. Beyond their role as memorials, these historic sites are outdoor classrooms, teaching young and old alike that the freedoms we enjoy today were paid for in blood on those same battlegrounds. These lands offer vital connections to the past and insights into the future in a way that no textbook, movie or television program ever could.”
— James Campi, Policy and Communications Director
Civil War Trust – Campaign 1776
Your donation to Crossroads of the American Revolution will help us strengthen and promote New Jersey’s unique Revolutionary War story to build community pride and economic development. Help us tell the stories of countless New Jerseyans who had to make the difficult choice between supporting the war, remaining loyal to England or being neutral. Help us provide more than 200 historic sites and organizations with training and promotional support to bring their unique stories to the public. Help us supply teachers with the tools they need to make Revolutionary New Jersey come alive for their students. And so much more…
Prefer to donate by mail? Please download the attached form and send (with check, if desired) to Crossroads of the American Revolution, 101 Barrack Street, Trenton, NJ 08608.
“The Crossroads of the American Revolution Association works at providing connective tissue ~ for New Jersey’s history community as a whole and for its 18th century historic sites in particular. What’s not to like about a website that offers interactive maps with storylines and site pictures, a statewide calendar of events and news of grant workshops, as well as materials teachers and students can download? The Trenton Historical Society has joined Crossroads to support the important work of putting together the story of the Revolution in New Jersey ~ and putting it out where it can be found.” — Sally Lane, Board Member Trenton Historical Society
To become a Heritage Partner, please complete the form below. Partner Membership is $50 for organizations with budgets below $100,000; $100 for organizations with budgets above $100,000; and $250 for Destination Marketing Organizations and Convention Visitors Bureaus. Would you like more information on how you can be part of the exciting, new Crossroads of the American Revolution National Heritage Area Partner Program? Email our Program Manager at email@example.com or call 609.341.3246.
Heritage Partner Donation$0.00
Heritage Partner Spring Conference Registration$0.00
“A primary object should be the education of our youth in the science of government. In a republic, what species of knowledge can be equally important? And what duty more pressing than communicating it to those who are to be the future guardians of the liberties of the country?” — George Washington
Our members are true patriots! Crossroads of the American Revolution National Heritage Area relies on membership support to fulfill our mission – to connect the people and places of New Jersey’s rich Revolutionary heritage.
Jacobus Vanderveer House$1.00
Meet Your Revolutionary Neighbors Book$34.95