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Used as a campsite during the Revolution. Captain Crynes Bartholf of the Bergen Militia led a unit called "Bartholf's Rangers". Original structure built 1697 on land deeded to the Bartholf family by the English Crown. Center section constructed 18…
Morris CanalNationalRegistered Landmark Feeder Canal crossed here→←Passaic County
This land was part of theKipp - Nellis FarmSettled in 1723 by Cornelius and Eva Berdan Kipp.The farm served the Preakness Valley area for 250 years.The farmhouse, located across Nellis Drive, was built circa 1840 by Nicholas and Sophia Berry Kipp.…
Indian peoples inhabited this land from about 10,500 B.C. up to the early historic period. At the time of the European Settlement, they were referred to as the Munsee Delawares. In 1694 Arent Schuyler, on a fact finding mission to the Indians i…
Revolutionary QuartersAmerican Officers Tablet by Museum Dept.Pompton Lakes Woman's ClubJuly 4, 1963
Headquarters · Nov. · 1780 ofMaj. Gen. Lafayette Placed byThe William Paterson ChapterD.A.R.1931
Dedicated to all men and women who are recipients of this nation's oldest military decoration "The Purple Heart" My stone is red for the blood they shed.The medal I bear is my country's way to show they care.If I could be seen by all mankind maybe…
Reflecting the need for additional river crossings as the area grew in the late 19th century, the contract for the original bridge was awarded in July 1890 to Riverside Bridge and Iron Works of Paterson, N.J. for $8,895. This original bridge was w…
Thomas Rogers, one of the most celebrated builders of railroad locomotives, built a plant on this site in 1832
Named in honor of Gaetano Federici, 1880 - 1964, Paterson's famous Italian-American sculptor. He was able to capture the hearts and spirit of our city and its people in his world famous works. The moving of his Christopher Columbus statue to this …
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