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Historical Markers in Atlantic Highlands, New Jersey

 
Clickable Map of Monmouth County, New Jersey and Immediately Adjacent Jurisdictions image/svg+xml 2019-10-06 U.S. Census Bureau, Abe.suleiman; Lokal_Profil; HMdb.org; J.J.Prats/dc:title> https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Usa_counties_large.svg Monmouth County, NJ (249) Burlington County, NJ (322) Mercer County, NJ (290) Middlesex County, NJ (261) Ocean County, NJ (48) Queens County, NY (149) Richmond County, NY (167)  MonmouthCounty(249) Monmouth County (249)  BurlingtonCounty(322) Burlington County (322)  MercerCounty(290) Mercer County (290)  MiddlesexCounty(261) Middlesex County (261)  OceanCounty(48) Ocean County (48)  QueensCountyNew York(149) Queens County (149)  RichmondCounty(167) Richmond County (167)
Freehold is the county seat for Monmouth County
Atlantic Highlands is in Monmouth County
      Monmouth County (249)  
ADJACENT TO MONMOUTH COUNTY
      Burlington County (322)  
      Mercer County (290)  
      Middlesex County (261)  
      Ocean County (48)  
      Queens County, New York (149)  
      Richmond County, New York (167)  
 
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1New Jersey (Monmouth County), Atlantic Highlands — British Campsite
For a week following the Battle of Monmouth, the main British Army under Gen. Sir Henry Clinton spread its encampment both sides of this road while awaiting transport from Sandy Hook. They embarked for New York July 5, 1778.Map (db m5804) HM
2New Jersey (Monmouth County), Atlantic Highlands — Friends of Monmouth County 9/11 Memorial
On September 11, 2001, many came to this site to witness the horrific tragedy just a few miles away in Lower Manhattan, and, for days afterward, they continued to come to view the smoke spiraling up from the site, most still in shock, not believing . . . Map (db m5981) HM
3New Jersey (Monmouth County), Atlantic Highlands — Henry Hudson Springs
In 1609, Henry Hudson drew water from this spring. Before the White Man's arrival, Lenni Lenape Indians obtained water from this site. Packet ships continued to use the spring into the 1800's.Map (db m5678) HM
4New Jersey (Monmouth County), Atlantic Highlands — Highest Point on the Atlantic SeaboardMount Mitchill — Coastal Habitats —
Mount Mitchill, at an elevation of 266 feet above sea level, is the highest natural point on the Atlantic Seaboard between southern Maine and the Yucatan Peninsula of Mexico. Cartographers (map makers) named the prominence, located in the southwest . . . Map (db m22716) HM
5New Jersey (Monmouth County), Atlantic Highlands — Longshore Sediment MovementLittoral Drift — Coastal Habitats —
Most shore bathers soon realize the back-and-forth motion of the waves breaking on the shore not only stirs the sand but also persistently carries them down the beach. This unseen force is called a “longshore or littoral current.” In . . . Map (db m22742) HM
6New Jersey (Monmouth County), Atlantic Highlands — NavesinkMiddletown Township Historic District
Middletown Township Historic District. Summer camping ground of the Indians on their Minisink Trail, which became part of the King’s Highway. Location of the Burge’s Mill in Colonial Times; British campsite after the Battle of Monmouth. A . . . Map (db m116864) HM
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7New Jersey (Monmouth County), Atlantic Highlands — Raritan Bay & New York HarborIndustry & Trade — Maritime History —
Boating is a popular activity on Raritan and Sandy Hook bays. These waters provide both shelter from and access to the Atlantic Ocean. Over the past three centuries, maritime traffic in the Raritan Bay – New York Harbor area has increased . . . Map (db m22730) HM
8New Jersey (Monmouth County), Atlantic Highlands — The Hartshorne Legacy
Hartshorne Woods Park is named in honor of the Hartshorne family. Richard Hartshorne (1641-1722), an English Quaker, settled in Middletown in 1669 and became one of Monmouth County’s most prominent early settlers. By the late 1670s he had acquired . . . Map (db m40751) HM
 
 
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Sep. 30, 2022