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August 19, 2010 Henry Colin Campbell, the Cranford Torch Murderer
August 11, 2010 Special Event: Family Day at Ephrata Cloister!
August 10, 2010 Native Americans Traded Wampum from a New Jersey Factory
July 29, 2010 George Washington Pardons Traitor Michael Widman
Logging the Forgotten Since 1583?
Humphrey Gilbert and a crew of criminals and pirates reached Newfoundland in 1583.
Gilbert waved his patent, dug a divot of turf, and claimed the land for England...never mind that the French and Portuguese, to say nothing of the Beothuk, were already there,
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- Caspar Wistar's Quit-Rent: One Red Rose
- America’s First Autopsy was a Witch Hunt
- George Washington Pardons Traitor Michael Widman
- Pirates Slip into Massachusetts Bay
- Freed Slaves Settled New Jersey’s First Independent Black Community in Skunk Hollow
- In Bordentown, You Could Marry the Dead
- Henry Colin Campbell, the Cranford Torch Murderer
- 24 June 1700- Abolition and the Selling of Joseph