Inaugural issue for History Alliance

Thanks to the Merchantville Historical Society our borough was included in the inaugural issue of Camden County "Heritage" a publication of the Camden County History Alliance. The Camden County History Alliance was established in February 2016. It is an association of over 30 Camden County (NJ) history organizations,

historic assets, and support agencies. It was created to identify resources, increase the number of visitors, and institute projects that promote Camden County heritage. https://www.facebook.com/CamdenCountyHistoryAlliance/

The following is a list of participating organizations: 1. Audubon Historical Society, 2. Barclay Farmstead (Cherry Hill), 3. Battleship New Jersey, 4. Berlin Township Historical Association, 5. Camden County Cultural & Heritage Commission, 6. Camden County Events and Outreach, 7. Camden County Historical Society, 8. Camden Shipyard & Maritime Museum, 9. Cherry Hill Township Historical Commission, 10. Clementon Historical Museum, 11. Collings-Knight House (Collingswood), 12. Friends of the Champion School (Haddon Township), 13. Gloucester City Historical Society, 14. Gloucester Township Historic & Scenic Preservation Committee, 15. Esther Raab Holocaust Museum/Goodwin Education Center, 16. Griffith Morgan House (Pennsauken), 17. Haddon Heights Historical Society, 18. Haddon Township Historical Society, 19. Historical Society of Haddonfield, 20. Historical Society of Winslow Township, 21. Indian King Tavern Museum (Haddonfield), 22. Lawnside Historical Society/Peter Mott House Underground Railroad Museum, 23. Long-A-Coming Historical Society/Berlin Train Station, 24. Magnolia Historical Society, 25. Mid-Atlantic Regional Center for the Humanities, Rutgers-Camden, 26. Merchantville Historical Society, 27. Oaklyn Historical Society, 28. Pennsauken Historical Society, 29. Stratford Historical Preservation Commission, 30. RCA Victor Records Museum/The Vault, 31. Visit New Jersey, 32. Walt Whitman House, 33. Waterford Township Historical Society, 34. Whitman Stafford Farm House Committee.

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Last modified on 09/23/2018

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