The Camden County Historical Society alleges New Jersey tore down the historic house intentionally.
The New Jersey Council for the Humanities is seeking public scholars to be humanities ambassadors and to create high-quality, humanities-based programs.
Findings of the Princeton and Slavery Project will be revealed this fall through academic and arts programming.
A grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities will support scanning microfilm from the New Jersey State Archives and make searchable digital files available through the Library of Congress website Chronicling America.
The 1772 Foundation and New Jersey Historic Trust awarded historic preservation grants totaling $290,000 to 25 private nonprofit organizations in New Jersey.
Proposals are welcome on all aspects of popular and American culture for inclusion in the 2016 conference.
Morristown National Historical Park will welcome author David Veasey on March 12, 2016 for an illustrated talk on his book, New Jersey’s Colonial Architecture Told in 100 Buildings.
Jason E. Allen joins as the Director of Community Engagement and Gigi Naglak is the Director of Grants and Programs.
Participation in the 2016 Spirit of the Jerseys State History Fair is free for all non-profit historical organizations.
The program entitles New Jersey nonprofit organizations to receive free professional evaluations of collections, storage, and exhibition areas.