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The term "Historic Trilogy" is used to represent the role the Central Railroad of New Jersey (CRRNJ) Terminal, Ellis Island and the Statue of Liberty played in American history. It was these three historic structures that greeted most of the immig…
A wooden bridge was first built at this location in 1790 and named after Anthony Rutgers of the family for which Rutgers University is named. It was operated as a toll bridge until destroyed by a great flood in 1841. His widow sold the charter to …
This bridge was a heel-trunnion bascule built by the Strauss Bascule Bridge Co. of Chicago, Illinois. It was a popular and economic design in the early 1900's. The first Strauss Bascule Bridge was built in 1905. The 1915 Route 7 bridge was deemed …
Osbrany Montes De Oca ? LCplKIA - 2/10/12 - Afghanistan Operation Enduring FreedomMemorial Bridge
In 1832, James Gore King (1791-1853), a New York banking magnate and son of statesman Rufus King, moved his family here to Weehawken, overlooking the Hudson. King was an early president of the Erie Railroad and served in the US Congress from 1849-…
Named to memorialize the presenceof the Patriot Army underGeneral Hugh Mercerin 1776 in this vicinity. · ? ? · ? ? · Presented byThe Bayonne Historical Society1953
Jersey City's oldest building, the Newkirk House was erected circa 1690 a few blocks northeast of the nearby Dutch settlement of Bergen Square (1660). Occupied for two centuries by the Newkirk family, the sandstone structure was sold by descend…
This marks the siteof the home ofJane Tuersa heroine of theAmerican Revolution Presented byJane Tuers CocietyC.A.R.1925
Lt. Stephen R. Gregg U. S. Army - 143rd Infantry, 36th Infantry DivisionCongressional Medal of Honor RecipientFor his role in Action on August 27, 1944Near Montelimar, France
To the Volunteers of the Armyand Navy of the United Stateswhose heroic patriotism hashelped to make our Republicwhat it is to-day. Erected MCMXIV