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4th NJ Civil War Regiment (Brick) – is a reenacting unit that marches in parades, re-enacts battles & does living history programs to educate the public.  The unit has also done school programs.  Members will teach children Civil War drilling exercises and games of the 1860s.  www.4thNJ.com

4th NJ Field Hospital (Ewing) – Marjy Weinkop will portray a Civil War Surgeon and set up a field hospital.  There will also be a demonstration and display of some of the instruments used during a battle.  www.4thNJ.com

Central Jersey Military Motor Pool (Carteret) – is a  New Jersey based historic military vehicle collectors organization, dedicated to the preservation & display of military vehicles & to the remembrance & honor of all those who served in our nation’s military.  A static display of equipment will be presented. http://www.cjmmp.org/

Friends of Monmouth Battlefield, Inc. (East Windsor) - was founded in 1990 & is a volunteer group that supports Monmouth Battlefield State Park. Members conduct tours, lectures & other interpretive programs.  They also staff the historic Craig House & gift shop; co-sponsor the battle reenactment each June (June 21-22 this year) & other events year round.  The Friends will distribute brochures & information about the park & their programs.  www.friendsofmonmouth.org

Hendricks(on) Family Association of NJ (Sayreville) - is a 501(c) 13 tax exempt organization with the goal of restoring the 300-year old Hendrickson Burial Ground in Holmdel, NJ & making the public aware that there is no law that protects family or private burial grounds in NJ. A display of artifacts from the burial ground will be featured. www.Hendricksfamilyburialground.org

Historic Cold Spring Village (Cape May) - is a 30-acre living history museum featuring 26 restored, locally-significant historic structures dating back as far as 1691 that recreates aspects of life in South Jersey during the Early American era. An informational display on activities at HCSV & a selection of period toys for visitors' use will be featured.   www.hcsv.org

NJ Catholic Historical Commission (NJCHC) (Springfield) - Founded in 1976, the Commission is a specially appointed board sponsored by the Catholic Bishops of New Jersey & Seton Hall University. The objective of this Commission is to collect, preserve & publish works related to the NJ Catholic history experience in line with its ongoing mission of scholarship & public awareness. A display table with information & literature related to the organization will be presented. http://blogs.shu.edu/njchc/

NJ Civil War Heritage Association (Matawan) - is the State-authorized representative for the sesquicentennial of the Civil War.  The Association is celebrating its 18th year and will feature information about its organization as well as book sales. www.njcivilwar.org

NJ Frontier Guard (Blairstown) - will display arms & equipment utilized by our unit in the French and Indian War. Unit members will also demonstrate these arms & equipment of the mid-18th century.  www.Njfg.org

NJ Historic Trust (Trenton) - provides financial & technical assistance to historic site stewards & for heritage tourism planning. An information table to promote grant funding, preservation conference & other educational activities will be presented. www.njht.org

NJ Region Antique Automobile Club of America (Fanwood) – is an antique auto club that welcomes all vehicles of at least 25 years old.  The NJ region has approximately 300 members, with over 60,000 members in the national AACA.  The group displays at nursing homes, community events & car shows.  The Club will display antique autos from the 1930s -1970s. www.njaaca.org

NJ Turnpike Authority (Woodbridge) – is celebrating the 60th Anniversary of the Garden State Parkway.  Staff will have historical and current information about the Parkway.

Richard S. Toone (Columbus) - custom builds 18th century household items primarily used while camping incl. folding bedsteads, cots, chairs, tables, chests, desks & flintlock guns. Mr. Toone will demonstrate the use of an 18th century reproduction Spring Pole Lathe for making turned components of professional made powder horns in the colonial America.  He will discuss the many uses of cattle horns over the last 2,000 years. www.livinghistoryshop.com

Sayreville Historical Society (Sayreville) - promotes the history of the Borough of Sayreville, NJ.  The Society has a museum that is open to the public each Sunday.  A display of artifacts, Society publications & the sale of books, cards, etc. will be presented.  www.sayrevillehistory.org

Township of Ocean Historical Museum (Oakhurst) - is a cultural resource that invites the residents of central NJ to discover our regional past. Learn why it has been voted the "Best Museum in Monmouth County" for many years by the Asbury Park Press Readers’ Choice Poll!  Volunteers will share the township’s rich past with visitors throufh artifacts.  Mrs. Phoebe Woolley, once a resident of our Eden Woolley House & matriarch of the Woolley Family, will regale visitors with stories of life in the 18th Century & songs from her folk harp and mountain dulcimers.  www.oceanmuseum.org

Vintage Automobile Museum of NJ (Forked River) – is a non-profit educational museum that interprets the History of Wheels form 1896 to 1979.  A display of antique automobiles will be featured.  www.vintageautomuseum.org

Woodbridge Township Historic Preservation Commission  (Woodbridge) –  strives to increase awareness and work to preserve the rich history of Woodbridge Township.  A visual display highlighting Woodbridge's unique history will be presented.  www.wthpc.org

 

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