www.hunterdon300th.org Hunterdon County, State of NJ

CELEBRATING
HUNTERDON COUNTY HERITAGE

Hunterdon at War: The home front from the French-Indian War to the War on Terrorism

Hunterdon County Celebrates 300 Years in 2014
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FEATURED EVENTS

November 12: Bethlehem Township During the American Revolution
November 28: 100 Years of America's entrance into World War I

SPECIAL PARTNER EVENTS

Nothing scheduled at this time. Visit again soon for updates.

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TRICENTENNIAL VOLUNTEERS MEETING
Public Welcome to Attend.
3 Chorister Place, Flemington
7pm - 9pm 

   

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BETHLEHEM TOWNSHIP DURING THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION
Mayor and historian Paul Muir hosts this event at the Bethlehem Municipal Building's Courtroom.  Our favorite retired Social Studies teacher and Bethlehem resident, Chip Riddle, provides his wonderful story telling about the area and its importance during the 18th century -- Bethlehem once encompassed today's Kingwood Township, Alexandria Township, Frenchtown, Milford, Union Township, the Town of Clinton, Franklin Township, Hampton Borough, Bloomsbury, and Glen Gardner.
405 Mine Road, Asbury, NJ 08802
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  100 Years of America's entrance into World War I
With the 100 year anniversary of America's entrance into World War I, no lecture series on the Home Front would be complete without a look at what was happening in Hunterdon County from 1914 through 1918. New research done by Hunterdon 300th Chair Marcia Karrow who has finally dusted off her history major and her "all but Ph.D. in Ancient Art and Archaeology".
More details to follow.
7 pm
Main Branch of the Library

Free
Reservations Strongly Recommended
Refreshments Follow. 

 

 

 

 

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