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Need a last minute gift for a friend or family member who loves Haddonfield? Consider one of our wonderful publications from the scholarly biography of “Elizabeth Haddon Estaugh” to the spooky “Haunted Haddonfield, volume I and II. See our full list of publications here
They can be picked up at the Historical Society’s offices this week on Monday, Wednesday and Friday between 12:30pm – 4:30pm.
*If you live in town we are happy to drop off your books. Please call or email the HSH office at [email protected] (856) 429-7375 for more information.
We also have wonderful “Borough of Haddonfield” tea towels and reproductions of our 1899 map of Haddonfield, suitable for framing. Tea Towels are $16 and unframed map prints are $50
Not worried about holiday delivery? Shop our new online store, HSH SHOP, for unique items that can be shipped anywhere.


Upcoming Events

January 17, 2023: Garden State: Living Off the Land in Nineteenth-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 aspect of New Jersey’s history. It also looks at what it was like to live and work on a 19th-century New Jersey farm.

Our presenter, Danielle Crigler, is a 21st-century educator with 8 years of social studies experience in urban and suburban schools. She has her master’s in Curriculum Development and has been the Curator of Education with the Museum of Early Trades & Crafts since 2021.

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