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The main wing of this house was built in 1808 by Benjamin P. Westervelt who served in the local militia during the Revolution. The site of this house has been continuously owned by the Westervelt family since early colonial times. General Erskine’s . . . — — Map (db m7207) HM
Established A.D. 1917 for use in connection with the port of embarkation at Hoboken New Jersey.
Named in honor of Major-General Wesley Merritt
Continously in service of his country July 1, 1855 to June 16, 1900 — — Map (db m7495) HM
In memory of those soldiers who gave their lives for their country while on duty in Camp Merritt.
This monument marks the center of the camp and faces the highway over which more than a million American soldiers passed on their way to and from . . . — — Map (db m7496) HM
In 1776, a 180 acre farm here was owned by Loyalist John Ackerson. It extended from the Tenakill to the Hudson, bordered on the north by the road used by British invaders that year. Seized as enemy property, it was bought in 1784 by Militia Captain . . . — — Map (db m7212) HM
In colonial times a crude road led from here to a landing at the Hudson River. According to the reports and maps of Generals Erskine and Wayne this road was used by Cornwallis in attacking Fort Lee on November 20, 1776. On May 10, 1779 it was used . . . — — Map (db m7206) HM