Come cheer on the Monmouth University History and Anthropology Club as they take on the Monmouth Furnace Base Ball Club (https://www.monmouthfurnacebaseball.org/) this Saturday, April 14th at 10am at Monmouth University. We'll be playing on the lower Great Lawn (not the baseball field). This is between Pollak Theatre and the Great Lawn apartments. Enjoy the game, the costumes, and learn about the base ball of yesteryear!
H-New-Jersey is open to anyone with an interest in the history of New Jersey, including but not limited to academic researchers, teachers, students, archivists, historic site staff, volunteers, genealogists, archeologists, historic preservationists, and just plain history buffs. H-New Jersey is sponsored by the New Jersey Historical Commission as a service to the state's history community.
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Dear Prof. Knupfer,
Good morning! I am happy to read about your travels to New Jersey and the success you achieved while researching. However, I am fully aware and sympathetic to your two observations about the lack of access to collections, especially those of NJHS. I, too, find it extremely perplexing that any organization operates this way in 2018. It is a shame that I as a genealogical lecturer, I actually discourage researchers from going to NJHS because of the level of frustration they *will* experience.
Reminder: The deadline is 4/12 to submit a nomination for the 2018 NJ Historic Preservation Awards to be presented at a special afternoon reception during the 2018 NJ History & Historic Preservation Conference.
As I mentioned in a couple of posts to h-nj two years ago, I’ve been working on a project involving a New Jersey-based textbook author, Marcius Willson (1813-1905). My biggest challenge is finding any surviving correspondence (I’ve already surveyed material in his publishers’ records).