Don’t miss this little gem of a historical society in Downtown Woodstown, NJ.
The Samuel Dickeson House is home to the Pinesgrove-Woodstown Historical Society at 42 North Main Street in Woodstown, NJ.
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Visiting a Museum: The Unique, Unusual, Obscure and Historical
Pinesgrove-Woodstown Historical Society
42 North Main Street
Woodstown, NJ. 08098
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The Mission of the Pilesgrove-Woodstown Historical Society:
To preserve and advance interest in and awareness of the history and heritage of the Borough of Woodstown and Pilesgrove Township by properly procuring, preserving and maintaining the art, artifacts and documents that relate to the cultural, archaeological, civil, literary, genealogical and ecclesiastical history of the local community. We welcome researchers and provide them with any available material.
On the site is the 1840’s one room schoolhouse that was moved from Eldridge’s Hill in the 1970’s and is open for touring during museum hours. The organization hosts quarterly presentations and participates with the Candlelight Tour on the first Friday of December.
Touring the house is a wonderful experience and I got an excellent tour from a member of the Board of…
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