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Today in New Jersey History - June 7:

[Editor's note: Thanks to Joe Bilby for the latest TINJH]

June 7, 1780: American resistance from Militia and Continentals stiffened as General Knyphausen moved beyond Connecticut Farms and the attack ground to a halt when General “Scotch Willie” Maxwell arrived with reinforcements and took command on the scene with more militiamen and the remainder of his New Jersey Brigade. Maxwell conducted a fighting withdrawal beyond Connecticut Farms and across the Rahway River towards Springfield. By nightfall on June 7, Knyphausen gave up and withdrew.

Senate Budget Votes YES for Open Space, Farmland, Historic Preservation Funding

June 5, 2014​

Senate Budget Votes YES for Open Space, Farmland, Historic Preservation Funding

Coalition Urges Passage Before Summer Recess

TRENTON, N.J. - NJ Keep It Green, the state's largest coalition of conservation, agriculture and historic preservation advocates, today thanked members of the Senate Budget Committee for voting yes to move forward with a bill that ensures that New Jersey's decades-long history of open space, farmland and historic preservation efforts will continue.

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