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Hidden-History Sundays at Old Broad Street Church in Bridgeton, NJ

Visitors to Bridgeton’s Old Broad Street Church and Cemetery this summer will enjoy a host of free tours, lectures and exhibits.

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NJ Studies Journal Debuts Online

A new online journal from NJHC and RUL debuted this summer.

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Community Discussion Grants Program through NJCH

New Jersey Council for the Humanities invites you to apply to its Community Discussion Grants Program.

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NJ National Guard Museum Open for Summer

Visit the National Guard Militia Museum in New Jersey this summer.

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TCNJ Keeps Sandy History from Disappearing

Matthew Bender, professor of history at The College of New Jersey (TCNJ), has compiled a virtual library of personal accounts from Superstorm Sandy.

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NJAM Names Dana Award Winner

The New Jersey Association of Museums has named Gail Stavitsky as the winner of the Dana Award.

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NJ State Park to Host History Fair

The 11th annual New Jersey State History Fair will offer visitors an experience that covers five centuries of the state’s history.

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