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Thanks everyone for crowdsourcing until we got to an answer. And we found the answer of where this was in the Somerset Hills - #mrlocalhistory https://t.co/Km9rJxAXAs https://t.co/M3B4rhcFA7 mrlocalhistory photo

The Mr. Local History Project just released its first magazine of the new decade. Lots of research went into this edition so we hope you find something new you didn't know. https://t.co/M9Vs4PG0HB https://t.co/xjJbOss3qP mrlocalhistory photo

After the crossing of the Delaware and two battles in Trenton, Washington secured his first victory against the British Regulars at the Battle of Princeton. Visit the park for guided tours of the battlefield and Clarke House!

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#diginthearchives - who knows this one? Great history.
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Someone recently shared in the You Know You're From Basking Ridge group. Thought to share this from c1900. It was the former Basking Ridge Library before moving to its current location.
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On this day in Somerset Hills history, on Jan 17, 1995 the Rev. Bernice King spoke at the AT&T complex at 211 Mount Airy Road in Basking Ridge as part of AT&T’s second annual celebration of her late father, civil rights leader Martin Luther King Jr.

The 31-year-old pastor told a mixed audience of about 200 people that race relations were better but still had a way to go. She said that when she goes out to shop, “there are still people who are suspicious of me when I go into these stores.”

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Love this photo. #diginthearchives from somewhere in the Somerset Hills. Care to guess?
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Happy Travelers are explorers at heart and relish discovering off-the-path relics that turn an afternoon jaunt into an adventure. Pennsylvania is packed with history, and not just in the obvious spots — if you know where to look, you can encounter the archaic structures left to the mercy of the wi...
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On this day in local history, on January 15, 1940 a fire that broke out in the basement auto repair shop destroyed Amerman’s auditorium and lodge rooms above in Peapack on Monday afternoon, Jan. 15.

The Amerman auditorium had been used for motion picture and the Summer Theater, for productions, as well as for dances and other social affairs. The Sons and Daughters of Liberty rented the lodge rooms above as well. All gone on this day in history. Source - Bernardsville News.

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