Welcome to the Mr. Local History Project, an all volunteer 501C3 non-profit with a mission to preserve and promote history with a social twist. We are NOT affiliated with the local historical society.

Summer 2021 Mr. Local History Magazine

Our Summer 2021 Magazine is available now. Click the cover below:

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EVENTS ARE BACK – Here’s what’s happening with our historic organizations in the Somerset Hills.

Please check with the organization to get the program details and confirm date/times.

  • Our Walking Tours are on the schedule.
  • The New Jersey Historic Village Collection is growing – up to 20 keepsakes and growing
  • Our virtual presentations are ready to schedule with your organization
  • Our scholarship will be presented this year to a worthy High School senior
  • We are starting a new historic site drone video program.
  • Our research team continues to dig into new stories of our history.
  • WE ARE NOT SLOWING DOWN!!!!!!!

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Ways to Support Our Mission

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After NEVER having a Wikipedia page, the Mr. Local History Project said “enough is enough” and we created one. Now the world can know what “the Somerset Hills” is all about. As part of our “inner circle” join us as we grow the local history community of the Somerset Hills. The MLH Project just loaded the first Wikipedia overview of the Somerset Hills.

Congratulations to Mr. Local History Project Trustee Brooks Betz for his re-appointment as the official Bernards Township Historian.

The Mr. Local History project is not affiliated with any specific local history organization. The MLH effort is a self-funded non-profit organization built to promote and preserve local history with a social twist in the Somerset Hills, a northern section of Somerset County, New Jersey.