“Bite-Size Bits of Local, National, and Global History”
“Bite-Size Bits of Local, National, and Global History”
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Historical Markers and War Memorials in Montvale, 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 (155) Hudson County, NJ (101) Passaic County, NJ (140) Bronx County, NY (102) New York County, NY (1859) Rockland County, NY (267) Westchester County, NY (292)  BergenCounty(427) Bergen County (427)  EssexCounty(155) Essex County (155)  HudsonCounty(101) Hudson County (101)  PassaicCounty(140) Passaic County (140)  BronxCountyNew York(102) Bronx County (102)  NewYorkCounty(1859) New York County (1859)  RocklandCounty(267) Rockland County (267)  WestchesterCounty(292) Westchester County (292)
Hackensack is the county seat for Bergen County
Montvale is in Bergen County
      Bergen County (427)  
      Essex County (155)  
      Hudson County (101)  
      Passaic County (140)  
      Bronx County, New York (102)  
      New York County, New York (1859)  
      Rockland County, New York (267)  
      Westchester County, New York (292)  
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1 New Jersey, Bergen County, Montvale — 89 — Eckerson House
Built in the 1790’s by Jacob Eckerson near an earlier home where he had settled about 1770. The farmstead then consisted of 119 acres. The house was inherited by his son John J. Eckerson in 1810 who owned it until 1870 when purchased by James . . . Map (db m29882) HM
2 New Jersey, Bergen County, Montvale — Montvale Veterans Monument
Borough Of Montvale Dedicated To The Memory Of Those Who Made The Supreme Sacrifice And In Honor Of All Who Served Their Country In Time Of Need Valor   Honor Robert T. Bates • Anthony Della Bella • David W. Brooks • Kevin R. . . . Map (db m33705) WM
3 New Jersey, Bergen County, Montvale — 27 — The Octagon House
An example of the "Gravel Wall and Octagon Mode of Building" popularized by Orso S. Fowler in the 1850's, noted for its use of building material, plan of rooms and adaptability to light and ventilation. Built 1855-60 by John Blauvelt, Jr., an . . . Map (db m33647) HM
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May. 28, 2023