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Peter Zabriskie built a home here in 1751 which contained fine appointments including Dutch tile fireplaces depicting biblical scenes. Enlarged in 1776, the home was called Mansion House later Mansion Hotel. The structure was demolished in 1945.
Launched August 15, 1943 Commissioned - June 8, 1945 - Boston Sponsor Mrs. Edward J. Foy First Captain - Commander G. G. Molumphy
Soldiers of the Revolution are buried in this cemetery of the True Reformed Dutch Church Deeded by Robert Campbell March 8, 1833
Erected by the Bergen County Historical Society 1937
Archibald Campbell's tavern stood here. He supplied meals to General Washington when Peter Zabriskie's home was used as military headquarters between November 13 and November 21, 1776 during the retreat across New Jersey. The army marched down Mai…
First African American Church in Hackensack. Organized in 1864 as "Olive Branch Colored Mission Number Three of Hackensack." First church was an old lime shed moved here in 1867. In 1917 current name was adopted in honor of the first Bishop of the…
Erected in 1924 by the people of Hackensack in Memory of its soldiers and sailors who fought in the wars of the United States of America.
[Four panels around the monument's base depict different American wars]
Burned by the enemy 1780Erected byThe Bergen CountyHistorical Society 1922
[Bergen County Court House Side]:James Riely Gordon (1863-1937), noted architect of public buildings used the Beaux Arts style to reflect the power and dignity of American institutions of government and justice. Ground was broken November 29, 1909…
Hackensack was a small village centered around The Green which served as a strategic point during the American Revolution.
Washington headquartered here in November 1776 while he surveyed the local roads and bridges.
Gift of John Berry, 1696. It became the village center of New Barbadoes Township, now Hackensack. Later a public park.