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Early Lenape Indian trail; became a "Kings Highway" in 1764. Was main stage route between Philadelphia and New York.
Congregation formed in 1844. Church built in 1858.Hamlet was then called New Market.
Lenape Tribes used the abundant Hunterdon mineral for arrowheads and tools. One of their trade routes, later the Easton-Trenton Road, ran southwards toward Sanhican (Trenton).
The purpose of the railroad signal is not unlike that of a traffic light; it tells locomotive engineers when they can proceed, when they should proceed with caution, and when they must stop. This type of railroad signal, which uses colored lights,…
This important early twentieth century farmstead represents the former predominance of dairy farming in Hunterdon County and is significant for its association with Frederick Totten, a founding member of the Hunterdon County Dairy Herd Improvement…
Named for the Wert or Weart family who owned land here. Post office est. in 1854.
In tribute tothe veterans of East Amwell Townshipwho served in World War II. In Memory Of:William EppeleSteven GarboskiRalph Mattison MelbournLawrence J. LarsenAndrew H. WelisewitzFrank G. Laga Jr.Franklin V.D. Hill Vietnam:Van Dyke Manners
Encompasses the 18th Century Hamlets of Linvale & Snydertown. Placed on the New Jersey & National Register of Historic Places in 1997.
British officer Francis Geary killed near here in a 1776 skirmish. He is buried to the northeast off Geary's Ridge Road.
Founded as a German Reform church in 1749 by Palentine Settlers from Germany. Stone church originally in adjoining cemetery. Became a Presbyterian church in 1810. Original entrance faced south.