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Historical Markers in Indian Mills, New Jersey
Mount Holly is the county seat for Burlington County
Indian Mills is in Burlington County
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|Site of grist and sawmill complex erected by Thomas Bedford in 1807. Once was site of original Indian Gristmill which burned in 1762. — — Map (db m79474) HM|
|Dwelling place of Rev. John Brainerd, who was missionary to the Reservation Indians from 1759-1777 located near this spot. — — Map (db m79483) HM|
|A general store was maintained continuously at this location since Civil War Days. A Post Office was also located here in the late 1800s. — — Map (db m79480) HM|
|On this site in October 1942 was erected the first Indian Mills Voluntary Fire Station — — Map (db m79508) HM|
|Celebrated Ann Roberts, last of the Delawares in this State, resided here until her death in 1894. She has become a legend in the Pines. — — Map (db m79473) HM|
|Log Meeting House, where John Brainerd preached to the Reservation Indians, was located near here. Later used by Whites for worship. Burned in 1809. — — Map (db m79507) HM|
|Originally constructed for use as a Baptist Church in 1876. Later maintained by Improved Order of Red Men. Elections and town meetings held here for many years. — — Map (db m79509) HM|
|Site of sawmill in operation for more than two centuries. Had been site of original Indian sawmill.
Operations ceased in early 1900's. — — Map (db m79482) HM|
|Edward T. Thompson, former State Assemblyman (1871-73) Township Official, resided here. Home built 1807 by Thomas Bedford. Also a store and Post Office. — — Map (db m79476) HM|
|Age-old traditions recall the site of a fallen mulberry tree nearby as a gathering place of Reservation Indians. — — Map (db m79510) HM|
Oct. 4, 2022