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BCHS Newsletter
Winter 2019-2020

The Bridge That Saved a Nation (New Book, BCHS Around the Landing, Garden Journal, Media Relations, Demarest House Artist Club, BCHS Collections including George Way Estate

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BCHS Newsletter
Summer 2019

The Rappahannock Forge Cavalry Sabre, Brower's Hill and Sluckup, Huyler's Landing, Bergen County History - Vintage Baseball, Janet King

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BCHS Newsletter
Winter 2018-2019

BCHS Museum building, BCHS Collections, Jazz on the Palisades - Van Gelder Studios

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BCHS Newsletter Winter/Spring 2018

Interview of Mary Donohue, A Ride to New Bridge, Mary Parish vs the Lager sellers, Pfc. Anthonie Wendels,  Memorials of Kevin W. Wright and David Whieldon

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BCHS Newsletter
Fall/Winter
2015-2016

Akerman & Goff, Lustron House in Bergen County, Elizabeth Cady Stanton in Tenafly

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BCHS Newsletter
Spring/Summer 2015

BCHS & Camp Merritt Monument, The Spring Valley Poet, Interview with Firth Haring Fabend

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BCHS Newsletter
Winter 2014-2015

BCC & BCHS Library Re-Opening, 1776 Guard Duty, Clan in Northern NJ, Hay Rack at New Bridge, Museum Collections, Volunteering

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BCHS Newsletter
Spring 2014

Volunteerism, Bergen's First Brewmaster, Museum & Library Collections, The Birth of Ridgewood, By-Laws

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BCHS Newsletter Fall/Winter 2013-2014

Conclusion of an arduous and important War, Historical Essays on the Sesquarcentennial of New Jersey (1664-2014) Settlement of Kinderkamack Upon the Hackinsack River, The Landscape is Changing, Museum Collections

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BCHS Newsletter
Spring 2013

Collections - The Haring Quilt, Elbert S. Carman's Veritable Eden in Paramus, Zabriskie Hopper Cemetery Paramus, NJ

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BCHS Newsletter
Winter 2012-2013

Fundraising, Boiling Spring, Return to Shelburne Nova Scotia, Building & Grounds, How Times Change, History or  Meadowlands Myth, With Their Pockets Filled with Paper Dollars - Raid on Little Ferry 1779

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BCHS Newsletter
Fall 2011

The Means Saving the Army - The real person who warned the Garrison of Fort Lee, Coytesville, Bergen County, NJ

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BCHS Newsletter
Fall 2010

Historic Flag Project, Historic Paramus House Endangered, Three Guides, A.Zabriskie, Visionaries & Museum Collections, A Century Ago, Sabotage, Cookbook

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BCHS Newsletter Late Winter/Spring 2010

Demarest House Museum History, Demarests at New Bridge 1781, Historic Flag Project, A Century Ago, Charles Livingston Bull

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BCHS Newsletter
Spring/Summer 2009

Fundraising, Message Board, Oratam, A Century Ago, Albert Spickers, About BCHS, Mystery at the Steuben House, A Dangerous Expedient - How George Washington saved the life of Abraham Van Buskirk’s Son

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BCHS Newsletter
Early Winter 2008

What's in a name, Memorial Day, A Century Ago, The Lost Nitroglycerine Factory, Dear Cousin Annie

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BCHS Newsletter
Spring 2008

HNBL Train Stop, Outhouse History, Bergen Trolley, A Century Ago, Colonial-era Broadside

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BCHS Newsletter
Winter 2006-2007

Modern Steuben House history, Haworth House, Marginalia From Ancient Almanacs, Zabriskie Mystery, Franklin Lakes’ Contribution to The Battle of the Atlantic

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BCHS Newsletter
Winter 2006

Article on Tenafly, Frank A. Morrison Indian Artifact Collection and a Century Ago

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BCHS Newsletter
Spring 2005

Articles on Rev War Massacre at the Steuben House, 1780 events at New Bridge, Hackensack Raid in 1780 and a Century Ago

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BCHS Newsletter
Fall 2004

Articles on Indian Castle at New Bridge, Nike Base NY & Dear Friends by Ruth Paci and a Century Ago

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