Last Updated on Monday, 18 January 2016 17:05 Written by Administrator Monday, 18 January 2016 16:58
2016 Annual Meeting
- How we got named Maidenhead in the first place
- The man behind the change, Rev. Isaac van Arsdale Brown, who founded The Lawrenceville School
- Why Lawrence rather than something else?
- How the town was politically divided over the question
NJ 350 Articles
Last Updated on Tuesday, 23 December 2014 19:17 Written by Administrator Thursday, 27 February 2014 11:31
New Jersey is 350 in 2014
The State of New Jersey is celebrating 350 years in 2014. As part of this celebration, The Lawrence Historical Society has published a set of seven articles about Lawrence history. In addition to appearing in this space, printed copies will be made available at society events and public buildings in the township. The 2014 articles are marked NEW below. The articles toward the bottom of the list are reprints of a set done in 1964 as part of the New Jersey 300 celebration. These articles were made possible through a grant from the Mercer County Culture and Heritage Commission.
NEW! Federal City Road
Lawrence Township Revisited
Lawrence Historical Society's new book, Lawrence Township Revisited, is now available. Part of Arcadia Publishing's Images of America series, the book contains over 200 photographs illustrating the past 150 years of township history. A wide variety of subjects are covered in the book, including schools, businesses and neighborhoods. A must-have for all history buffs, Lawrence Township Revisited also makes a great gift. All profits from the book will support Lawrence Historical Society's programs and upkeep of the Brearley House and Port Mercer Canal House.
Order your copy today and help support Lawrence Historical Society. Copies can be purchased at the Brearley House for $22 each or you may select to have your copy mailed to you. To place a mail order, select the number of copies you wish to order from the drop-down below and click buy now. If you don't have a PayPal account, you can check out as a guest by clicking the Don't Have a PayPal Account link on the check-out screen. Shipping and tax included.
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