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Historical Markers and War Memorials in River Edge, New Jersey
Location of River Edge, New Jersey
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| Sections were once known as Kindermack, Steenrapie, Old Bridge and New Bridge. George Washington, in 1776, retreated across New Bridge and the hill above was fortified by the British in 1778. In 1780 the Americans encamped in town with the HQ of . . . — — Map (db m36452) HM|
| This is a reproduction of an 18th century military camp kitchen. Camp kitchens like these were generally constructed when an 18th century army was encamped for a few days or weeks. Each kitchen could accommodate 11 to 12 fireplaces with chimneys . . . — — Map (db m90862) HM|
|A Revolutionary War Battleground at the Bridge that Saved a Nation These are the times that try men’s souls . . . 3 Historic Homes • Distinctive Jersey Dutch Architecture & Artifacts — — Map (db m51305) HM|
| Pre-History - The Tappans, affiliated with the Minisinks, occupied the northern valley of the Hackensack River and its major tributaries, extending downstream to French Creek at New Bridge. The tidal lowlands to the south were occupied by the . . . — — Map (db m74100) HM|
| 1) Steuben House. Jan and Annetje (Ackerman) Zabriskie prospered as miller and merchant at this site. They built a five-room stone cottage in 1752 and enlarged the house to the present size in 1767 by adding a second story along the rear and . . . — — Map (db m74123) HM|
| The first “new bridge” erected in 1745. It was a strategic crossing during the Revolution used by Washington’s army during the 1776 retreat. In 1888/89, the wooden span was replaced by this iron swing-bridge, now the oldest such bridge . . . — — Map (db m68879) HM|
| Washington’s rear guard under Greene held the bridge in the Retreat of 1776. Burr attacked British here in 1777 and Lee’s expedition against Paulus Hook started from here 1779. Bridge crossed often by both armies during the Revolution. — — Map (db m90858) HM|
|Site of the Zabriskie Grist Mill and wharf near the head of navigation on the Hackensack River. Farm produce and iron from the Ramapo Mts. were shipped from here to market. The mill, once powered by the tides, burned in 1852 after a century of . . . — — Map (db m7468) HM|
|Erected at New Milford. Removed to this site 1955 by Hiram B. D. Blauvelt, President Demarest Memorial Foundation. — — Map (db m51304) HM|
|A Tory’s property, seized during the Revolution, was presented by New Jersey to Baron von Steuben, Gen. Washington’s drillmaster. — — Map (db m96856) HM|
|This Dutch Style sandstone house had stood in New Milford since the Revolution. Faced with demolition it was saved for our country’s heritage by moving it to this site on September 27, 1977. This preservation was accomplished through the combined . . . — — Map (db m7465) HM|
|Erected 1752 and presented to Maj. Gen. Von Steuben by the State of New Jersey 1783 in recognition of New Jersey’s share of the debt which the nation owed the General. — — Map (db m51303) HM|