“Bite-Size Bits of Local, National, and Global History”
“Bite-Size Bits of Local, National, and Global History”
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Historical Markers in Flanders, New Jersey

Clickable Map of Morris County, New Jersey and Immediately Adjacent Jurisdictions image/svg+xml 2019-10-06 U.S. Census Bureau, Abe.suleiman; Lokal_Profil;; J.J.Prats/dc:title> Morris County, NJ (410) Essex County, NJ (170) Hunterdon County, NJ (365) Passaic County, NJ (138) Somerset County, NJ (165) Sussex County, NJ (96) Union County, NJ (118) Warren County, NJ (125)  MorrisCounty(410) Morris County (410)  EssexCounty(170) Essex County (170)  HunterdonCounty(365) Hunterdon County (365)  PassaicCounty(138) Passaic County (138)  SomersetCounty(165) Somerset County (165)  SussexCounty(96) Sussex County (96)  UnionCounty(118) Union County (118)  WarrenCounty(125) Warren County (125)
Morristown is the county seat for Morris County
Flanders is in Morris County
      Morris County (410)  
      Essex County (170)  
      Hunterdon County (365)  
      Passaic County (138)  
      Somerset County (165)  
      Sussex County (96)  
      Union County (118)  
      Warren County (125)  
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1 New Jersey, Morris County, Flanders — Flanders Historic District
Pre-Revolutionary Village achieved greatest prosperity 1827-1859. Buildings include Stone Mill, Miller’s House, United Methodist Episcopal Church, Parsonage, General Store, and Creamery, 1909. First pasteurizing plant in New Jersey.Map (db m91417) HM
2 New Jersey, Morris County, Flanders — Flanders-Drakestown Road Stone Arch Bridge
A two-span stone arch bridge across the south branch of the Raritan River was constructed at this site c.1860, facilitating the increase in local traffic and industry. It replaced a nearby 1830's structure and was the oldest of its type in Morris . . . Map (db m157239) HM
3 New Jersey, Morris County, Flanders — Mount Olive Village
Here in 1768, on land donated by James Heaton, Baptists shared a log church with Presbyterians. The churches they built in the 1850's stand on either side of the 1837 Mount Olive Academy. The village was at the center of the Mount Olive Township, . . . Map (db m157208) HM
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Jun. 23, 2024