Haddonfield Skirmish: June 3, 2023
The Skirmish is Saturday, June 3. Join the Historical Society of Haddonfield in commemorating this historic event. We’re located at 343 Kings Hwy E, just a few steps down from the Indian King Tavern.
Drop in anytime between 10am to 3pm to take part in:
*Tours of Greenfield Hall
Book Club: Our next book club will be July 6 at 7pm at Greenfield Hall. The book to be discussed is Dinners with Ruth: A Memoir on the Power of Friendships by Nina Totenberg.
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2023 Haddonfield Skirmish
The Skirmish is Saturday, June 3, 2023 throughout downtown Haddonfield. Join the Historical Society of Haddonfield in commemorating this historic event. Our campus is located at 343 Kings Hwy E, just a few steps down from the Indian King Tavern. Drop in anytime between 10am to 3pm to take part in: – Tours of Greenfield […]
Candlelight Dinner, 2023—Women in George Washington’s World
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Preserving Black Haddonfield History (2/22/2023)
Please join the Historical Society of Haddonfield, as we present C. Adrienne Rhodes and other members of the Preserving Black Haddonfield History Project (PBHHP) discussing their work on recording and preserving Haddonfield’s Black History. This collaboration with the Haddonfield Memorial High School and the Preserving Black Haddonfield Project Organizing Committee, a subgroup of the Haddonfield […]
Garden State: Living Off the Land in Nineteenth-Century New Jersey
Join us for a free virtual program, on January 17th at 7:00pm, for “Garden State: Living Off the Land in 19th Century New Jersey.” Explore the agricultural history of New Jersey and its profound influence on farming today. This program will use the museum’s extensive collection of farming-related tools to bring to life this key […]
Preserving the Past: Stories from the Records of Philadelphia’s Historic Congregations
Long before Borough Hall, the State Archives or even Facebook gathered details on people’s daily lives, one’s church might be the only place making note of your birth, death, and milestones in between. The history held by these churches is a treasure, but a buried one. These houses of worship were designed to serve their […]
Special Tour of the Library Company of Philadelphia
Tour the Library Company of Philadelphia on November 2nd at 11am.
Funding provided by the Camden County Cultural and Heritage Commission at Camden County College, the officially designated county history agency of the New Jersey Historical Commission.