The “Avenue of Our Founders,” between Front and Eighth Streets, honors Market Street’s place in Philadelphia history. Also renamed was a portion of Sixth Street between Race and Lombard, now known as the “Avenue of Freedom” to mark sites of black historical significance.
The last surviving connection to Bellmawr, New Jersey’s colonial past, the historic brick building is in danger of being demolished. Find out how you can help save it.
The event will take place September 23, 2015.
Top scholars address the historical question, “What is the Mid-Atlantic Region?”
In the spring of 2011 two historians at the Richard Stockton College of New Jersey created a course that brought students to […]
Recent observances around the on-going 150th anniversary of the Civil War have highlighted the great popular interest in how war affected the lives of everyday people. New Jersey now has a window into everyday lives during the American Revolution, thanks to the good work of the Crossroads of the American Revolution National Heritage Area.
From H-Net: The American Antiquarian Society’s has published its spring issue of Common-place. The issue is a collection of remarks and […]
Up to now, the major theme surrounding my blogs has been to emphasize the interconnectedness between environmental protection and historic […]
Hiking regularly on the weekends, I am always impressed with how much the general public enjoys the outdoor experience. While […]
While the New York/New Jersey metropolitan region is well known for its overpopulation, sprawl and congestion, the region remarkably […]