Local author Mark Falzini documented the history of his native West Trenton in his newest book, “One Square Mile: A History of Trenton Junction, New Jersey.”
George Leader, anthropology professor at The College of New Jersey, is conducting an archeological dig at the historic William Green Farmhouse on the college campus. (Photo by Suzette J. Lucas.) If beauty is in the eye of the beholder, then the William Green House, located on The College of New Jersey’s campus, is a clear…Read more
By Michele Alperin Ewing resident teaches kids about Jewish history and the Holocaust Margaret Smith might not be Jewish, but she feels it’s important that people remember the atrocities inflicted by the Nazis during the Holocaust. This semester, Smith is putting her beliefs into action. She was one of 16 students selected to be a…Read more
By Helen Kull Despite the name, this column admittedly features far more “then” topics than “now” ones. This month’s, however, considers aspects of Ewing “now” and “yet to be.” A confluence of ideas presented at two unrelated events at the beginning of June inspired me to share them here. The first event was the 2014…Read more
The West Trenton portion of Ewing has yet another treasure for us to explore! And, it’s brand new and more than 100 years old all at once.
I enjoy learning about the history of my adopted hometown, and I’m glad that I can help to bring that history to others via this column.
The holiday season is upon us, and the Central Jersey area, like a child’s stocking by the fireplace, is brimming—in this case, with opportunities to experience and celebrate local history, especially the area’s colonial and Revolutionary War history.
David Hart’s new documentary, “John Hart: Portrait of a Patriot” explores the history of Declaration of Independence signer John Hart.
I know how popular local history is, no matter where you are. Historical tourism is big business in this country.
A big thank you to those who responded to my plea in last month’s column for people interested in serving on the Ewing Historic Preservation Commission!