Historic Places in South Jersey

Historic Places in South Jersey - Places to Go and Things to Do

A discussion of things to do and paces to go, with the purpose of sharing, and encouraging exploration of South Jersey.

Monday, January 10, 2011

In celebration of 1/11/11 - My 11 favorite historic sites

Not in order and I couldn't tell you why, but here are ll of my all time favorite SJ historic sites:  1.  James and Ann Whitall House, Red Bank Battlefield, National Park, NJ., 2.Ye Greate Street in Greenwich (which has at least 11 favorite places on it) way down in Salem County, NJ, 3.Pomona Hall and Camden County Historical Society Museum and Library, Camden, NJ., 4.Gloucester County Historical Society Museum and Library, Woodbury, NJ, 5. Clara Barton One-Room School House and Bordentown in general (about 11 great places to visit there too), 6.Burlington City, about 11 wonderful places here too, including James Fennimore Cooper House, and the walk by the river, 7.Ocean City History Museum and the Somers House on Somer's Point Circle, 8.Gabriel Daveis Tavern, Glendora, NJ 9.Griffith Morgan House, Pennsauken, NJ
10.Abel Nicholson House, Fort Elfsborg Rd., Elsinboro, 11.the old Quaker and Revolutionary War cemetery in Collingswood, off the railroad track, and past the Champion One-Room School, and Collings/Knights House (getting 3 for the price of 1).  What are your favorite 11 history spots as of 1/11/11?

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