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A History of Travel and Transportation to Cape May

This highlights the development of Cape May as Americans oldest seashore resort and how people traveled here in the 18th and 19th centuries, including stagecoaches, steamboats, and railroads.

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Fiber Arts

A domestic program primarily including weaving and spinning interpretations.

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Four Great Inventions (And One That Almost Was)

Explore the creation of the steamboat, steam locomotive, daguerreotype camera, telephone and difference engine, which was an 1832 attempt to build a mechanical computer.

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Gone for a Soldier: A Day in the Life of a Civil War Infantryman

Includes a discussion of the political, social and economic events during the Early American era that led up to the war.

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Hearth and Home

An exploration of the role of the domestic arts practiced by the1800s housewife with an emphasis on food preparation including hearth cooking.

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Revisiting the Country Store: An Important Community Resource

A look at the vital role of a general store in the life of rural America as a purveyor of goods, social center, post office etc.

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The First Frontier: Whaler Yeomen in Colonial New Jersey

The story of the first permanent European settlers as well as a discussion of how the Eastern Seaboard was the original American frontier.

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The Story of Old Glory

The origins and early history of the flag of the United States, using a collection of reproduction historic flags from the 17th century through the Civil War.

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The War of 1812: More Than The Star-Spangled Banner

A presentation that is likely to prove popular as the country enters the bicentennial of the War of 1812.

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Welcome Centers: Taverns, Inns and Wayside Stops

A presentation utilizing our c.1836 Dennisville Inn, a former stagecoach stop in Dennisville, NJ, to explain the important part buildings such as these played in a community.

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