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Historical Markers and War Memorials in Long Valley, New Jersey
Location of Long Valley, New Jersey
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|On Schooley's Mountain Road, on the right when traveling south. |
|Settled by German groups about 1740. Union Church of logs, 1747, stone, 1774. Renamed Long Valley during first world war. — — Map (db m63559) HM|
|On Schooleys Mountain Road, on the right when traveling south. |
|Palatine Germans seeking refuge from war and famine settled here c1740. By 1760 they had established farms and mills as well as Lutheran and German reformed Congregations. Many of the stone houses they built still stand. In July 1918 during World . . . — — Map (db m73488) HM|
|On Schooleys Mountain Road, on the right when traveling north. |
|This four span random-coursed stone arch bridge is characteristic of stonework associated with German Valley. It is the only four span stone arch bridge in Morris County. — — Map (db m58594) HM|
|On Fairview Road, on the left when traveling east. |
|Between 1830 and 1886 this bell rang from a belfry on top of this building when it served as a school.
In memory of Kathleen Darter. — — Map (db m58413) HM|
|On E. Mill Street (New Jersey Route 24), on the right when traveling west. |
|This mill is listed on the Sate and National Registers of Historic Places as a contributing property in the German Valley Historic District.
Built circa 1750, and owned by Phillip Weise, the mill was essential to the economy and development of . . . — — Map (db m63558) HM|
|On Fairview Avenue, on the left when traveling north. |
|The site of the pastorate of Henry M. Muhlenberg D.D.
Known as the father of Lutheranism in America — — Map (db m22663) HM|
|On Pleasant Grove Road just east of Sliker Lane, on the right when traveling west. |
|Fashionable 19th century resort renowned for famous mineral spring and mountain scenery. District includes site of Heath House, Belmont Hall, Forest Grove and present Presbyterian Church, Blake House and General Store. — — Map (db m63114) HM|