Art and History – Looking for Artists Who Love History

Local art and local history project - Mr Local History

The Mr. Local History Project is launching a new program to preserve our local history.

We are also looking for art teachers to consider a program where an entire art class works to create their own collection. Take a look and if you’re interested, drop us a line and we can connect to discuss.

Open to anyone who wants to help us preserve and promote local history.
Choose from eight iconic scenes.
Chief Nowenoik and John Harrison strike a deal to purchase 3,000 acres for $50.
General Henry Knox winter cantonment 1778 in Pluckemin
The Wedding at Lord Stirling Manor
General Lee’s capture at Widow White’s Tavern
The George Washington picnic under the historic oak in Basking Ridge.
10,000 troops at Bullion’s Tavern in Liberty Corner.
President of the Continental Congress Elias Boudinot at his farm in Basking Ridge.
President James Monroe as a 19 year old in Basking Ridge.
The Hospital at Baskinridge 1779-1780.
Honor a couple who quietly changed black history while serving their nation. Meet Basking Ridge’s Robert and Estelle Terry from the Tuskegee Airmen.
We add a more modern historic local icon- Congresswoman Millicent Fenwick

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