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BERGEN SQUARE DAY IS SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 16TH
Enjoy the annual tours of the historic, landmark Apple Tree House which is MJCH's home throughout the day, along with three new and distinctive features:

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The Ramapough Lunaape Nation Munsee will have an official tribal representative present in the  Apple Tree House, Ms. Ivy Payne, at a table where she will be displaying and offering for sale clothing and and engraved wooden plaques made by her that incorporate ancient Lunaape design elements.

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Mr.John Hallanan II will be at a table providing information on Revolutionary War Hero the Marquis de Lafayette's triumphant return visit to the United States in 1824-1825. Lafayette was active in what is now Jersey City during the War For Independence and was feted here on his return. Hallanan is raising money to place a historical marker on the grounds of the Five Corners Branch of the Jersey City Free Public Library, the site of the festivities that greeted his return.

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Finally, there will be a pop up exhibit of some of the antique furniture that was part of the collections of the old Jersey City Museum, which MJCH has successfully repatriated. This furniture represents a variety of periods and styles and has links with key figures in the cultural, economic, and social history of the City of Jersey City.  

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Located at The Apple Tree House, each month the Museum of Jersey City History hosts monthly open houses and is also available, by appointment, for group visits.

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Join Us in Supporting the 2023 Preservation Awards!

This year’s event is at the Barrow Mansion where we will enjoy light bites, drink and live music as we recognize exemplary people and preservation projects in Jersey City. The evening will include a screening of the second segment of our new JCLC Oral Histories series, the awards presentation and a silent auction. As a nonprofit with an all volunteer board, this event helps the JCLC raise funds to support our ongoing efforts and programing.

 

This 20th annual event is an opportunity to forge meaningful connections and build relationships with individuals who value organizations that give back to the community. You’ll be in the company of influential community members, key stakeholders, and those who share a passion for Jersey City’s heritage. 

 

Tickets are available at: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/jersey-city-landmarks-conservancys-preservation-awards-at-barrow-mansion-tickets-664945589157

 

 

Congratulations to the awardees! Thank you to our sponsors!

WELCOME

Join us, in person and online, to share in the stories and culture of Jersey City, the most diverse city in the United States.

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Congratulations to Margo Hammond and everyone involved in the production of Horseshoe Empire. Stay tuned for photos!

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