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Historic Houses in New Jersey

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.

Wallace House / Old Dutch Parsonage

1776 Georgian architecture home of Philadelphia merchant John Wallace, which was leased to General Washington during the Middlebrook Winter Encampment.

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