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Death of the Fox Inn

Death of the Fox Inn

VAN DYK FURNITURE CO PATERSON NJ

VAN DYK FURNITURE CO PATERSON NJ

The Proprietary House in Perth Amboy, New Jersey is the only Proprietary Governors's mansion of the original thirteen colonies still standing.  The home was occupied temporarily, 1774-1776, by Royal Governor, William Franklin (the son of Benjamin Franklin).  He was arrested on June 19, 1776 by the Committee of Safety of the Provincial Congress of New Jersey, taken to Princeton for trial, and imprisoned in Connecticut.

The Proprietary House in Perth Amboy, New Jersey is the only Proprietary Governors's mansion of the original thirteen colonies still standing. The home was occupied temporarily, 1774-1776, by Royal Governor, William Franklin (the son of Benjamin Franklin). He was arrested on June 19, 1776 by the Committee of Safety of the Provincial Congress of New Jersey, taken to Princeton for trial, and imprisoned in Connecticut.

Camp Merritt-New Jersey  over 1 million men left from this camp to fight during WW I

Camp Merritt-New Jersey over 1 million men left from this camp to fight during WW I

The Great Falls of Paterson, which stand 77 feet tall. The hydroelectric plant to the left was constructed in 1914 and provided hydroelectric power until 1969. The building was restored in 1982 and provides power to Paterson today. Discover more history at www.thehistorygirl.com

The Great Falls of Paterson, which stand 77 feet tall. The hydroelectric plant to the left was constructed in 1914 and provided hydroelectric power until 1969. The building was restored in 1982 and provides power to Paterson today. Discover more history at www.thehistorygirl.com

Great Falls, Paterson, NJ - 5.12

Great Falls, Paterson, NJ - 5.12

The Old Mill, Allentown, NJ. Built 1855. Discover more history at www.thehistorygirl.com

The Old Mill, Allentown, NJ. Built 1855. Discover more history at www.thehistorygirl.com

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