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Livingston’s Christopher Bickel is Morristown National Historical Park’s 2015 “Teacher-Ranger-Teacher”

Morristown National Historical Park News


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Contact:          Sarah Minegar, Archives Technician/Museum Educator

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Livingston’s Christopher Bickel is Morristown National Historical Park’s 2015 “Teacher-Ranger-Teacher”


Re: "Slavery Trails" or other public commemorative sites in New Jersey

Related Sites:

Abigail Goodwin House, 47 Market Street, Salem City, Private

Goodwin (1793-1867) was an abolitionist. She and her sister Elizabeth Goodwin offered their home as a station on the Underground Railroad.

Witherspoon Street Presbyterian Church, 124 Witherspoon Street, Princeton Borough, Open to Public.

Sunday at 4pm - Morristown, NJ - Singer-songwriter & guitarist Josh Oliver will perform Folk and Americana in Macculloch Hall Historical Museum’s historic gardens.

This July Macculloch Hall Historical Museum (MHHM) presents the popular Summer Concerts in the Garden Series on Sundays at 4pm. On July 26th Josh Oliver travels to perform in Morristown for the first time to close out the 2015 series.