Celebrate Easter and Passover in Morris County Welcome to Spring and the spring holidays. They are, of course, being reinvented during the pandemic. We will miss our dearest friends and relatives while performing all the rituals online. It will be memorable.
The Long Campaign for Woman’s Suffrage: Morristown Women were “Silent Sentinels” The campaign for Woman’s Suffrage lasted 70 years; it began with the first woman’s rights convention held in 1848 in Seneca Falls, New York. Guest speaker Frederick Douglass delivered a
Celebrate the Irish in Morristown General George Washington brought the Continental Army to Morristown, New Jersey, for two winters, in 1777 and again in 1779-1780. The second winter encampment took place at Jockey Hollow, today part of Morristown National Historical Park
Deepen your understanding of Morris County's Black history Every February since 1926, Black History has been celebrated in America. That year historian Carter G. Woodson created Negro History Week, which evolved into Black History Month. Woodson selected the second week in
Celebrating NJ’s 350th Morris County has a rich history, and each of our 39 municipalities has an historical tidbit to contribute to it. Each town is named and is labeled with a tag: Innovation, Diversity or Patriotism. These tags were utilized
The gardens are ready and overflowing with delicious fruits and vegetables - here's what is ready to pick or purchase at our local favorites: Stony Hill – Strawberries Wightman – Strawberries, Peaches Alstede – Raspberries, Strawberries, Summer Squash (Green Zucchini, Yellow Squash), Red
Morris County women have contributed greatly to the history of Morris County, the state and the nation. Making strides and assuming leadership positions, they helped pave new roads for future generations of American women. We thank the Morris County Heritage