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To commemorate the granting of the Concessions and Agreements, the first Constitution of the Province of New Jersey by Lord John Berkeley, Baron of Stratton, and Sir George Carteret, Knight and Baronet Lords Proprietor to the Settlers of their Pro…
"There went with him a band of men whose hearts God had touched." 1. Samuel 10:26.—————This tablet placed here byThe New Jersey Society of theSons of the American Revolutionon its twenty-fifth anniversarycommemorating…
Dedicated Thanksgiving day, 1906Stands on the siteof the original Liberty Poleerected July 3, 1793.—————-Military Park, first known as"The Training Place,"was set apart asthe town common in 1669.———&…
First church on site in1746. Present edifice, builtin 1809, retains originaltower. Became a cathedralof the Diocese in 1944.
[Front of monument]ACristoforo Colomboligure immortalein questa terradivinatadal suo geniogli italianieresseroNewark N.J. XII OttobreMDCCCCXXVII[Lower front of monument]ToChristopher ColumbusImmortal GenoeseErected by the Italiansin this landPerce…
The first academy in Newark was erected near this spot in 1774 by the gifts of generous citizens. Dedicated to learning, it found, in time of war, a new mission in the cause of liberty, giving useful service as a barracks and hospital for Amer…
Born Nov. 17, 1788 Foxborough, Mass.Died March 31 1870 Hilton, N.J. Pioneer in mechanics : Benefactor of industry : Loved work that his fellow man might be benefited : A modest, helpful citizen of Newark: An inspiring example for young and old …
Site of the shop of Seth Boyden, versatile inventor. Among his inventions were patent leather in 1818 and later malleable iron.
Here is recorded the line of march of Washington's army through New Jersey in the war for independence. Erected by the public school children of Newark under the auspices of the Schoolmen's Club in celebration of the 200th anniversary of Washin…
This building has been placed on theNational Register ofHistoric Places By the United StatesDepartment of the Interior Rededication byThe Berger OrganizationSeptember 2, 2001 · Newark, New Jersey