Union New Jersey Museums

We are waiting for news of the date for the reopening of Millville Army Air Field in Mill County, New Jersey. We are in the process of maintaining and promoting Millville Army Airfield and the first US Defence Airport at Millville Airport in Millfield, New Jersey, and we are waiting for the Department of Homeland Security to announce a reopening date.

The City Museum of Trenton, located in the Ellarslie Mansion, houses a collection of art and artifacts related to Trenton's historical and cultural past and present. As part of Morristown National Historical Park, the museum includes the sword Washington wore at his first inauguration as president. The depth and breadth of our collections and archives are highlighted by changing exhibitions, exhibitions and special events such as the annual New Jersey State Fair and the annual State of the State Address of the New York State Historical Society.

The Delaware River Museum houses a collection of art and artifacts from New Jersey's past, present and future, as well as the city's history.

If you have a young railway lover in your life, the mega model railways exhibition at the museum is a must see. The museum allows visitors to explore the history of the New Jersey railroad and offers old-fashioned train rides through the countryside on six weekends in the summer.

The New Jersey Tax Record supplements the Land Registry and complements the annual census and can be used as the location for the 1820 census. You can buy copies or excerpts of most of the original records from which the events took place. Run a family search catalog Places Search (see "Family Search Catalog Places Search" for instructions). View the rotating formation for an animated map illustrating the boundary changes in New Jersey County.

Learn about the history of the New Jersey State Library and Natural History Museum and take a walk through the Irving Park Pass Historic District.

The New Jersey State Library and Natural History Museum and Irving Park Pass Historic District, both in Newark, N.J.

Not far from Fort Mott is historic Fort Delaware, home to a number of Union and Confederate soldiers who served in the Civil War and were captured at Fort Maryland and later in the Battle of Delaware.

The area that now makes up Union Township was known as Connecticut Farms during the Revolutionary War. In the 1860s, a railway station on the Central Railroad of New Jersey became the nucleus of a small village. The railroad shaped the district, and the northern part of Union Township was finally incorporated in 1898 as the Town of West New York. This museum offers an overview of the Upper Penns Neck, which includes the historic city of East New Brunswick and its historic train station.

From Plainfield to Elizabeth, you can take a ferry to New York City and catch a train from Chicago to Jersey City. There is a coastline that brings travelers to the Jersey coast, as well as the Atlantic City Line and Hudson River Line.

If you're looking for some ocean fun from the free beaches of New Jersey, visit Union City to visit three free places. Get outside and enjoy the gardens and arboretum in Garden State Park, one of the most beautiful (and free) places in the state to visit. Whether you're in the beach, countryside or forest, visiting a nature center is a great pastime in New York City or New Hampshire. Union City offers a variety of free and affordable attractions, including the Union County Museum of Natural History, Jersey State Museum and Hudson River Museum.

Liberty Hall was built in 1772 and was the first elected governor of New Jersey to live until his death in the 1790s. The former Governor of New York, George Washington, and the Governor of New Hampshire were the Royal Governors appointed by the King of England before American independence was declared. Imagine being one of the first - ever elected - governors in the world, the only remaining "Governor of New Jersey" in America. There are a number of vacant locations in Union City, including the Union County Museum of Natural History, Jersey State Museum and Hudson River Museum.

In 1843, the newly formed county of Hudson was divided into two counties, Union County and Hudson County, New Jersey. In 1874, it was moved to what is now Midway Avenue and built by the District's real estate development company. Less than 12 miles from the original museum site in Doylestown, this new location is less than 10 miles from its original location. The museum's collection of documented artifacts dates back to the early 19th century and goes back to 1841.

The museum is housed in the second Union Fire Company firehouse, built in 1863 and restored to its original appearance. The museum shows historic fire equipment, including fire engines, hydrants and other equipment from the early days of the fire brigade.

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