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A working dairy farmuntil 1949. Thisstructure housed theTownship Clerk's office.All municipal businesswas conducted herefrom 1898 - 1954.
Sussex County Public Safety Memorial Dedicated to Those Who Have Given Their Lives in Service to Our Community Law Enforcement Roll of Honor John D. Kinney     Newton - 1934 · Joseph C. Walter Jr.     New Jersey State Police - 19…
The Morris Canal was an engineering marvel of its time.   A system of 23 lift locks and 23 inclined planes enabled the canal to overcome more elevation change than any other transportation canal ever built. Large changes in elevation were overcom…
Waterloo has been a transportation hub since 1760 when wagons brought pig iron from nearby Andover Furnace to the village's iron forge.   When the Morris Canal opened in 1831, horse-drawn wagons brought iron ore to the docks where it was loaded o…
The inclined planes of the Morris Canal solved a major engineering problem.   The canal route had to overcome 1,674 feet of elevation change across New Jersey. The route was chosen for access to the state's iron industry and to utilize the water …
The hydraulic - poweredinclined plane systemof the Morris Canal.Presented 1980
In Memory Of The Men Who Lost Their Lives On The U.S.S. Bunker Hill
This property is listed on the New Jersey and National Registers of Historic Places. High Breeze was the last farm on Wawayanda Mountain. The main house dates back to 1828. From 1860 to 1986, the 160 acre farm was the home to four generations o…
This Property has beenPlaced on theNational Registerof Historic Placesby the United StatesDepartment of the Interior
This memorial was dedicated by the Lake Mohawk Country Club and the families of its founders, Arthur D. Crane and Herbert L. Closs, to commemorate the 60th anniversary of Lake Mohawk, the largest man-made lake in New Jersey. The Crane Company purc…