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Historical Markers in Englewood, New Jersey

 
Clickable Map of Bergen 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 Bergen County, NJ (420) Essex County, NJ (152) Hudson County, NJ (101) Passaic County, NJ (140) Bronx County, NY (95) New York County, NY (1696) Rockland County, NY (265) Westchester County, NY (289)  BergenCounty(420) Bergen County (420)  EssexCounty(152) Essex County (152)  HudsonCounty(101) Hudson County (101)  PassaicCounty(140) Passaic County (140)  BronxCountyNew York(95) Bronx County (95)  NewYorkCounty(1696) New York County (1696)  RocklandCounty(265) Rockland County (265)  WestchesterCounty(289) Westchester County (289)
Hackensack is the county seat for Bergen County
Englewood is in Bergen County
      Bergen County (420)  
ADJACENT TO BERGEN COUNTY
      Essex County (152)  
      Hudson County (101)  
      Passaic County (140)  
      Bronx County, New York (95)  
      New York County, New York (1696)  
      Rockland County, New York (265)  
      Westchester County, New York (289)  
 
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1New Jersey (Bergen County), Englewood — 74 — Brookside Chapel
Built in 1860 on Palisade Avenue as “The Englewood Presbyterian Church”, it was the first church established in the city. A new, larger church was built on the original site and the old building was taken down, stone by stone, and re-erected at . . . Map (db m7011) HM
2New Jersey (Bergen County), Englewood — 72 — De Mott – Westervelt House
Built about 1808 by Henry DeMott, this sandstone Dutch Colonial house was once attached to the pre-Revolutionary homestead of Albert Lydecker. Material from the older house used in the present frame wing built c. 1810 by Peter Westervelt. The . . . Map (db m7133) HM
3New Jersey (Bergen County), Englewood — 8 — English Neighborhood Union School
This former school was originally built in 1818 near the Liberty Pole Tavern. In 1850 it was moved here and rebuilt with the original materials. This part of Englewood was then known as Highwood. The name Englewood School was adopted in 1897. It . . . Map (db m7129) HM
4New Jersey (Bergen County), Englewood — 73 — First Presbyterian Church
Organized in 1860 as “The Englewood Presbyterian Church”, the first edifice was erected on this site in the same year. It was the first church building in Englewood and the first Presbyterian congregation in Bergen County. Today’s structure was . . . Map (db m6970) HM
5New Jersey (Bergen County), Englewood — 9 — John G. Benson House
Built c. 1800 by John G. Benson, a farmer, and from 1794 to 1797, a captain in the militia. This house, an example of post-Revolutionary War Dutch Colonial architecture, was built on property confiscated by New Jersey from the Reverend Garret . . . Map (db m7009) HM
6New Jersey (Bergen County), Englewood — Liberty Pole
The Liberty Pole erected here in 1766 to celebrate repeal of Stamp Act has been replaced several times. Present one, 1964.Map (db m7013) HM
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7New Jersey (Bergen County), Englewood — 71 — Liberty Pole
This area named for a Liberty Pole erected here before the Revolution. The strategic junction was the scene of many American and British troop movements, including the 1776 retreat of the Continental Army from Fort Lee, and British activity in 1776 . . . Map (db m7012) HM
8New Jersey (Bergen County), Englewood — 75 — Saint Paul’s Episcopal Church
Organized in 1865, the congregation first met in homes and in the armory on Van Brunt St. The original church was built in 1866. The present chapel was erected in 1895 as a parish hall. Today’s Gothic church structure, built in 1899, has the rose . . . Map (db m7010) HM
 
 
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Sep. 30, 2022