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Historical Markers in Netcong, New Jersey
Netcong is in Morris County
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|Original stone section served as early 19th century tavern on Morris and Sussex Turnpike. Allen family owned this property 1881-1944, and promoted Netcong’s development through subdivision of Allen Hill. — — Map (db m91439) HM|
|Created in 1846 as the Morris Canal’s Stanhope Reservoir. This lake supplied water that filled the canal and powered local industries. Mules treading an earthen causeway across the lake pulled boats loaded with coal, iron ore, or freight along a . . . — — Map (db m37927) HM|
|In 1854 the Morris and Essex Railroad Branch of the greater Delaware, Lackawanna and Western Railroad acquired a 6-acre tract between the Morris Turnpike (now Ledgewood Avenue) and the Stanhope-Flanders Road (now Flanders Road) straddling its newly . . . — — Map (db m37929) HM|
|This Congregation, formed in 1834, included workers from Stanhope's ironworks in neighboring Sussex County. The 1917 tudor-gothic revival church, built of local stone by the Gallo brothers of Netcong, continues to serve Morris and Sussex communities. — — Map (db m161746) HM|