“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 Franklin Lakes, 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;; J.J.Prats/dc:title> Bergen County, NJ (427) Essex County, NJ (170) Hudson County, NJ (156) Passaic County, NJ (138) Bronx County, NY (136) New York County, NY (2051) Rockland County, NY (267) Westchester County, NY (302)  BergenCounty(427) Bergen County (427)  EssexCounty(170) Essex County (170)  HudsonCounty(156) Hudson County (156)  PassaicCounty(138) Passaic County (138)  BronxCountyNew York(136) Bronx County (136)  NewYorkCounty(2051) New York County (2051)  RocklandCounty(267) Rockland County (267)  WestchesterCounty(302) Westchester County (302)
Hackensack is the county seat for Bergen County
Franklin Lakes is in Bergen County
      Bergen County (427)  
      Essex County (170)  
      Hudson County (156)  
      Passaic County (138)  
      Bronx County, New York (136)  
      New York County, New York (2051)  
      Rockland County, New York (267)  
      Westchester County, New York (302)  
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1 New Jersey, Bergen County, Franklin Lakes — 78 — Ackerman-Boyd House
Built about 1793 by James A. Ackerman on land owned by the family since 1727. The farm was then in the locality known as Ponds Neighborhood and within the old Township of Franklin. In 1841 the house was purchased by Adam Boyd who farmed the land . . . Map (db m43853) HM
2 New Jersey, Bergen County, Franklin Lakes — 12 — Franklin Avenue
Originated as an Indian trail across land the Redmen called “Campgaw”. It was surveyed during the Revolutionary War by Robert Erskine, George Washington’s mapmaker, and connected settlements in the Ramapo and Saddle River Valleys. Franklin Lakes . . . Map (db m12395) HM
3 New Jersey, Bergen County, Franklin Lakes — 77 — Franklin Lake
Known to the Indians as “Michanagrape,” these waters were formed by the melting glacier some 10,000 years ago. In 1700 the lake was named Christian Pool when it was included in a land grant to Michael Hawden. Later called Great Pond, . . . Map (db m52941) HM
4 New Jersey, Bergen County, Franklin Lakes — Franklin Lakes United Methodist Church
Organized in 1855 as the Methodist Episcopal Church of Campgaw, the first church was built on Circle Ave, in 1856, but was destroyed by fire in 1919. William V. Pulis donated a lot ‘in a most commanding part of the village.’ and the stone church . . . Map (db m27048) HM
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Apr. 20, 2024