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NEW EXHIBIT
Send the Word: New Jersey During the Great War

Risking Life & Lens: Exhibit Extended

Book your Saturday Family Program!

Military Park
History Tour

"Meet me under Bamberger's clock"

February Public EventsFREE and open to the public

Mayor Leo P. Carlin and The New Newark: A Program sponsored by the Newark History Society Monday, May 13, 2013 6PM

Portrait of a Civil War Marriage:
A Presentation by
John Zinn,
May 30th, 6:00 PM

Trailblazers in 20th Century Newark: Mary B. Burch, E. Mae McCarroll, and Hilda Hidalgo

John T. Cunningham, a former president and a true New Jerseyman dies at age 96

NEW Exhibition Opening: Return of a King: Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Visits New Jersey

Changed Lives: 9/11 Memorial Exhibit 10 Years Later

Closed for Memorial Day Weekend

ADMISSION

The 165th Annual Meeting, May 5th, 2010

We are experiencing telephone difficulties; Please e-mail (library@jerseyhistory.org)

New Exhibition “Recovery New Jersey: Wild Habitat Renewal”

MUSEUM HOURS
10:00 am to 5:00 pm
Tuesday - Saturday

LIBRARY HOURS
12:00 pm to 5:00 pm
Tuesday- Saturday
Please schedule an appointment

Join us to celebrate our annual Halloween Family Festival on Saturday October 31st

Beginning February 17, 2009, The New Jersey Historical Society will be open to public by appointment only. Please click here for more information.

Join us on May 8, 2009 for NJHS Members Night at NJPAC, as we celebrate Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater and Judith Jamison. For details, please click here.

The New Jersey Historical Society partners with The New Jersey Black Cultural & Heritage Initiative Foundation for a Black History Month Celebration

The New Jersey Historical Society partners with The Newark Arts Council for Open Doors and Available Space Tours

\"History in the Making\" Gala 2008

HOWARD M. GUTTMAN ELECTED TO THE NEW JERSEY HISTORICAL SOCIETY BOARD OF TRUSTEES

Newark Eureka Vintage Base Ball Team looking for players

The New Jersey Historical Society Host 163rd Annual Meeting

Exhibition Opening Reception

SAVE THE DATE - Cruise Aboard The Highlander

Doing History Student Conference

Related Programming for Our Journeys/Our Stories: Portraits of Latino Achievement

Library closed Thanksgiving Week

Struggle on Springfield Avenue Tour Postponed

Groundbreaking Exhibition at The New Jersey Historical Society Examines Newark's 1967 Urban Rebellion

The New Jersey Historical Society Presents Wine in the Garden on Friday, April 27

Call for Papers for a Conference at The New Jersey Historical Society

The New Jersey Historical Society to Participate in Historic Initiative to Collect and Preserve African-American Stories

The New Jersey Historical Society Forms Vintage Baseball Team

Celebrate Black History Month With The New Jersey Historical Society

LEARN THE ART OF CHEESE MAKING WITH THE NEW JERSEY HISTORICAL SOCIETY

The New Jersey Historical Society will be closed December 22 to January 2

The New Jersey Historical Society Hosts a Special Tour for The New Jersey Chapter of the National Society of the Colonial Dames

The New Jersey Historical Society Hosts Book Launch for New Jersey Author Brett Ellen Block's New Literary Mystery Set During the Newark Riots

Vintage Base Ball Game Highlights The New Jersey Historical Society's October Baseball Month

NJHS AUCTION AND GALA: BIDDING FOR SUCCESS

NJHS CLOSED AUGUST 28TH THRU SEPTEMBER 4TH

Summer Institute for Educators

THE NEW JERSEY HISTORICAL SOCIETY FEATURES WORK OF STUDENTS

RICHARD CHAPKIS ELECTED TO THE NEW JERSEY HISTORICAL SOCIETY BOARD OF TRUSTEES

NJHS COSPONSORS RENOWNED RUTGERS MARION THOMPSON WRIGHT LECTURE EXPLORES AMERICAN CULTURE AND THE BLACK EXPERIENCE

EBB AND FLOW: NEW JERSEY AND ITS RIVERS OPENS JANUARY 26TH AT NJHS

LINDA EPPS NAMED PRESIDENT AND CEO OF THE NEW JERSEY HISTORICAL SOCIETY

THE NEW JERSEY HISTORICAL SOCIETY IS CELEBRATING 160 YEARS OF SERVICE

ORDINARY NEW JERSEYANS MAKE HISTORY IN THE NEW JERSEY HISTORICAL SOCIETYS 160TH ANNIVERSARY EXHIBIT

U.S. IMMIGRATION IS TOPIC OF DISCUSSION

THE NEW JERSEY HISTORICAL SOCIETY LAUNCHES ONLINE GUIDE TO SEPTEMBER 11th COLLECTION

Student Projects Showcased at The New Jersey Historical Society's Annual Exhibition

THE COMMODORES TO JOIN THE NJSO FOR THE 10th ANNUAL COMMUNITY PARTNERS CONCERT

Come Golfing at NJHS!

Lullaby for Dreamland: The Dreamland Cafe in Lawnside

FORMAL ALLIANCE LINKS RUTGERS UNIVERSITY - NEWARK AND THE NEW JERSEY HISTORICAL SOCIETY

January 2005/Enero 2005

December 2004--It's All in the Family

TEACHER WORKSHOP FOCUSES ON POSITIVE LESSONS FROM DIFFICULT HISTORY

PUBLIC INVITED TO 'COMMUNITY CONVERSATION' ON TUBERCULOSIS

A Postively Negatives Halloween Celebration

Soap-making Workshop for Adults

Distinguished Tuskegee Airman to speak at NJHS during Black History Month

Aaron Burr: More than Just a Disgraced Duelist

Enduring Tuberculosis:Americas Quest for a Cure

The New Jersey Historical Society receives $160,000 in grants for educational programming

Annual Meeting

All About Jazz

NJHS to co-host all-day genealogy conference at Rutgers

Spice up your Valentine's Day with Salsa Lessons

Symposium on Early American Stoneware at The New Jersey Historical Society

New Jersey author explores the history of women and cooking at Lunchtime Program

Docents explore New Jersey history

Two Exhibitions. Two Themes. One New Jersey.

PSEG makes donation to NJHS library

The New Jersey Historical Society receives high honors from the American Association for State and Local History

The New Jersey Historical Society honors the Forbes family at Annual Gala

NJHS hosts Annual Gala

Student exhibition on display at NJHS

NJHS, GlassRoots, and The Newark Museum offer Glass Bead Making Workshop for Adults

Segunda Quimbamba to perform at NJHS' Annual Halloween Family Festival

NJHS hosts Annual Halloween Community Family Festival

NJHS offers watercolor workshop for adults

Free Walking Tours Through Historic Newark

Exhibitions of old Newark images and the Puerto Rican flag as folk art now on display

Nazis in Newark Book Signing and Program

NJHS offers new bus tour of industrial Newark

New film on Alexander Hamilton to premiere at NJHS

NJHS commemorates September 11, 2001 with special memorial display

NJHS offers two new educational programs

Thank You for Supporting NJ History and the Arts!

Free genealogy workshop to be held in July

Teacher Summer Institute offered

NJHS receives AAMs MUSE award for online Turnpike exhibition

Annual student exhibition opens at NJHS

NJHS receives $461,000 grant from Mellon Foundation

Save New Jersey History and Arts!

Newark Cultural District Teams Up for Community Arts Day

NJHS celebrates National Library Week All Month Long

State Eliminates History Funding!

Revisit the past in new colonial exhibition

NJHS receives highest award from state historical commission

New Jersey Secretary of State retraces the legendary path of the Underground Railroad; Will make stop in Newark on October 11, 2002

NJHS hosts Screening and Lecture on Migrant Farmworkers

NJHS and Glass Roots, Inc. Offer Adult Craft Workshop

Migrant Farmworker Exhibition Now on View

Changed Lives exhibition now on view

Nonprofit Industry Makes $74.2 Million Impact on Newark's Economy

NJHS marks end of Preservation Month with opening of Annual Student Exhibition

NJHS receives AAM Award for Turnpike Treasures

NJHS receives AAM award for Teen Parent Program

Teacher Workshops Offered this Fall

Beginning February 17, 2009, The New Jersey Historical Society will be open to public by appointment only. In order to serve our patrons most efficiently, we ask that you please call 973-596-8500 ext. 244 to schedule your visit. Group visits to our galle

Military Park History Tour

Risking Life & Lens: Exhibit opening with photographer Helen M. Stummer

You are Cordially Invited to Attend our Annual Meeting

NJHS closed Saturday May 24th

 

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