Social Feeds

No sign in or account required! It’s a quick way to see what we’re up to across all of our social media platforms.
If you use any of these social media areas – please come find us!

Facebook – mrlocahistory

Mr.localhistoryproject
Mr.localhistoryproject
1920 - Prohibition Starts in the Somerset Hills. On this day in local history, on January 20, 1920; the 18th Amendment took effect. A nation-wide ban on the manufacture, sale or transportation of any alcohol in the U.S. Places like the Bernards Inn became speakeasies. Take a look back at Distilling in the Somerset Hills - https://www.mrlocalhistory.org/the-new-jersey-hills-are-alive-with-distilling/
Mr.localhistoryproject
Mr.localhistoryproject
Hey Bernards Township. Now's your turn to give back. #bernardsflag . Help fund the campaign to get a Bernards flag to each of the town's students! Give now - https://www.mrlocalhistory.org/bernardstwpflags/
Mr.localhistoryproject
Mr.localhistoryproject
#baskingridgehistoricdistric - We felt the research was strong enough to publish. Written by Brooks Betz, the Bernards Township official historian, read the 1993 tale of "The Vote that Killed the Basking Ridge Historic District." https://www.mrlocalhistory.org/baskingridgehistoricdistrict/
Mr.localhistoryproject
Mr.localhistoryproject
1995 - Rev. Kings Daughter speaks in Basking Ridge. 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.”https://www.google.com/calendar/event?eid=MWJlM28yZnZjMzl0dTkwNjIwbHV1N3NqZWtfMjAyMjAxMTcgcTN2N2E0MDQzZTZia2U2cWFzNW02bXZjcG9AZw
Mr.localhistoryproject
Mr.localhistoryproject
BERNARDS TWP FLAG FOR EVERY STUDENT AND RESIDENT - CHARTER DAY 2022 GOAL - Optimistic we will have a 2022 Bernards Township Charter Day - Did you know that Bernards Township is one of only a handful of NJ towns to actually have a township flag? TRUE.

Our non-profit wants to get a Bernards Township Flag into every residents (and students) hands. BUT WE NEED YOUR HELP. Please click the link and read about BERNARDS TOWNSHIP PROJECT AMBASSADOR. Read more - https://www.mrlocalhistory.org/bernardstwpflags/

Tags: #baskingridgenj #bernardstownship #brcharterday #bernardscharterday #charterday #mrlocalhistoryshare #freebernardsflag #supportbernardslflag

Instagram – mrlocalhistory


Twitter – @mrlocalhistory

Called “Project Local Ambassador” – Join the Mr. Local History Project as we launch a campaign to raise funds to present every resident and elementary school student a Bernards Township flag. Please share with #bernardsflag tag. https://t.co/Z8VySC313B https://t.co/ctdEfJFlSt mrlocalhistory photo
Who misses skating on an outdoor pond? MLH takes a look back at those great days in Jersey skating as a #westfieldnj #cranfordnj kid on a pond. https://t.co/hwlqPv9EyG https://t.co/DKkEozGSv6 mrlocalhistory photo
MLH just released the deepest history piece of the landmark #krugstavern in Newark. Ties to our first historic keepsake of 2022. #catsmeowvillage #njhistory #njhistoricvillagekeepsakes Thanks Joyce LaMotta for all your help! #lamotta https://t.co/D6fy5T5g2P https://t.co/Wki4J5Z0G4 mrlocalhistory photo
Krug's Tavern - Newark's Iconic 1932 Ironbound Bar- 1st Run Pre-Order https://t.co/PAB123xAHA via @Etsy
Hey Basking Ridge, NJ - Livestream of the Christmas Eve sing from the town green. 6:55pm SHARP on the greene #baskingridge #baskingridgenj visit https://t.co/uZU6rpxdAi https://t.co/gkVVViEAAv mrlocalhistory photo

YouTube Video Channel – Mr. Local History Project