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Historic Houses in New Jersey

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View details for the historic houses and museums located in New Jersey. Includes homes, homesteads, taverns, and plantations.
  • American Labor Museum / Botto House

    Pietro Botto and his wife Maria owned this 1908 Victorian home, which became the site of the 1913 Paterson Silk Strike, putting the end to child labor and enacting safer work conditions for all.

  • Indian King Tavern Museum

    Eighteenth-century colonial tavern architecture and named for the local Lenape Indians.

  • Macculloch Hall Historical Museum

    1810 Federal-style brick mansion on a 26-acre gentleman's farm was home to businessman, scholar, and visionary George Macculloch.

  • MCHA's Historic Houses

    Listing of houses owned and operated by the Monmouth County Historical Association.

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