Historic Places New Jersey Photos

Red Bank Battlefield Stairs Down to River

Clement’s Bridge ( Runnemede ) 1920

Blacksmith Shop at the corner of Black Horse Pike & Kings Highway, Center Township ( Mount Ephraim ) circa 1895

 

Walt Whitman’s Mausolium

 

Walt Whitman (May 31, 1819 – March 26, 1892) Four days after his death, he was buried in his tomb at Harleigh Cemetery in Camden,NJ

 

Walt Whitmans’ Mausolium   Walter “Walt” Whitman was an American poet, essayist, and journalist. A humanist, he was a part of the transition between transcendentalism and realism, incorporating both views in his works.

 

Red Bank Battlefield Monument

 

Red Bank Battlefield House Front

 

Red Bank Battlefield – Attack On Hessians

 

Red Bank Battlefield -Cannon

 

Atsion Schoolhouse This single room school house is located in the ghost town of Atsion, New Jersey

 

Tacony Palmyra Bridge

 

Shades-Of-Death Road is the subject of folklore and numerous local legends

 

Red Bank Battlefield-Wall-Plaques Fort Mercer was located in what is now the borough of National Park, Gloucester County, New Jersey, United States. A park, monument, and museum exist today on the site of the fort. The fort was named in honor of Brigadier General Hugh Mercer who had died earlier that year at the Battle of Princeton.

 

Red Bank Battlefield

 

Red Bank Battlefield Park

 

Red Bank Battlefield-Brigadier General Hugh Mercer

 

Red Bank Battlefield -House

 

Red Bank Battlefield

 

Philadelphia Skyline from Camden,NJ

 

Red Bank Battlefield Pavilion

 

Old-Farm-Equipment

 

Kirbys-Mill at  Lake Cotoxen

 

Kirbys Mill Flour, Feed and Lumber

 

Kirbys Mill Old-Mill-Stream

 

Kirby’s Mill

 

Carranza Memorial  Monument – Captain Emilio Carranza fell to his death while returning to Mexico on a good will flight.

 

Carranza Memorial

 

Carranza Memorial

 

Carranza Memorial

 

Carranza Memorial

 

Carranza Memorial Captain Emilio Carranza Rodríguez  a noted Mexican aviator and national hero, nicknamed the “Linbergh of Mexico” died in the New Jersey Pine Barrens on July 12, 1928

 

Batsto Mansion

 

Batsto Mansion

Batsto Grain Mill

Batsto Corn Crib

Batsto Building

Batsto building w Lake

Atsion Mansion

 

Atsion Mansion circa 2013

Atsion Mansion circa 1900

 

Batsto Barn

 

Red Bank Battlefield Attack-On-Hessians

 

Batsto Building

 

Batsto building

 

Batsto building

 

Batsto building

 

Batsto General Store 1938