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This pavilion is dedicated toThomas Black 3rdA hero of the SS Morro Castledisaster in 1934He served the people of Sea Girt32 yearsCouncilman 1956 - 1969 / Mayor 1970 - 1988He was an avid fishermanand lover of the sea
Several hotels stood on this west end site, but the grandest were the Stetson House and the West End Hotel. The Stetson was L-shaped and had 300 rooms. Although smaller than other grand hotels, it was socially desirable and had modern conveniences…
Site of the 1844 cooperative agricultural community; founded by Albert Bisbane and modeled after the philosophy of French Socialist Charles Fourier. This communal experiment was a success until it was destroyed by fire in 1854.
Site of a common graveof Continental Soldierswho fell at MonmouthJune 28, 1778Known only to God
These Patriots, originalmembers of the Societyof the Cincinnati in theState of New Jersey lieburied in this churchyard.Lieutenant James AndersonLieutenant Colonel David RheaColonel Nathaniel ScudderEnsign Moses SprowlCaptain George Walker—&m…
This steam engine rim was used as a fire alarm on this site by the Oceanport hook & ladder company until replaced by an electric siren
This light stood in the intersection of Oceanport Ave. and Main St. for half a century ending 1975
FrontOrganized as an agro-industrial Jewish cooperative community by the Provisional Commission for Jewish Farm Settlements in the United States, led by Benjamin Brown (1885-1939), Jersey Homesteads was one of approximately 100 communities built b…
Geraldine Morgan Thompson, "First Lady of New Jersey" moved to Brookdale Farm upon her marriage in 1896 and lived here until her death in 1967 During her lifetime she served as New Jersey's first woman state delegate to the Republican Na…
The oldest house in Matawan, stands on lot no. 8 of original grant made by the proprietors of East New Jersey to Thomas Warne. Operated as a tavern during the Revolution by Major Thomas Hunn, a rendezvous of Philip Freneau and other patriots
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