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Historical Markers in Lebanon, New Jersey
Lebanon is in Hunterdon County
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Bluebirds were once common throughout the United States. However, over the last century their population has diminished due to loss of their natural habitat, overuse of pesticides and predators.
Compounding the problem . . . — — Map (db m22511) HM|
|Originally named “Jacksonville” after Andrew Jackson.
Major stop on Easton-New Brunswick Turnpike from 1806. Town set off from Clinton Township in 1926. — — Map (db m16769) HM|
|Congregation formed in 1747. This building erected in 1854, preceded by a log structure, a frame building,
and a brick church. — — Map (db m16768) HM|
|The German Rockaway now Lebanon Reformed Dutch Reformed Church was established in the area of Lebanon & Pottersville between 1731 - 1747. The exact date & location unknown.
Three buildings have stood upon this site, the first of which was a log . . . — — Map (db m26480) HM|
|In memory and appreciation of our men and women who served and sacrificed defending America's Freedom. — — Map (db m57875) HM|
|Established in 1929, the facility promoted the farm school ideas of communal living and outdoor health. Like similar institutions of the era and in keeping with the ideals of juvenile reform, the facility originally had no fences to disrupt the . . . — — Map (db m40681) HM|
|In 1913, the State of New Jersey acquired 747 acres to establish a farm colony to treat the mentally ill. During World War I, inmates from the reformatory at Rahway farmed the property to provide emergency food supplies for the war effort. After the . . . — — Map (db m40766) HM|