New Jersey History Comes Alive
The link is to the NJ page.
Visit The Meadows Foundation, a very busy group.
They have 7 historic houses, Candlelight Concert Series, Living History Programs and much more...
Somerset, New Jersey
This looks like a great place to visit.
It is in Lebanon State Forest.
(click on the picture at left for more information)
What Exit? What Road?
Frequently, used as a joke about New
but we do have a terrific road system with an interesting history.
Jeff has created a great
link page including histories of roads & bridges in New Jersey.
There are, also, terrific pictures of South Jersey roadways. Thanks Jeff for sharing your information.
From Modern Marvel to our Unpaved Treasures:
Really terrific site, with great pictures and information about the Pinelands Region.
South Jersey Unpaved
Participate in History !!!
Take your family and friends for a ride on Cape May Seashore Line! Stand by for the schedule of the annual Bunny Express (during Easter week) and the 2004 summer schedule.)
trip, you can read:
History of rail service in Cape May County
If you go for a train ride check out the other great places in Cape May County
History is not always 100 years old.
New Jersey Scuba Divers give us a great site:
Six ships sunk by the German U-151 June 2, 1918
be sure to also visit:
Source: National Archives and Records Administration (RG 165-WW-273 58)