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Newsletter Archives: 1990-1993

Newsletter Archives: 1990-1993

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Published by Morris County NJ
1990 Spring
Slavery In Morris County
Happy 250th
Tour Morristown and Roxbury
Doolittle Exhibit Court House Lobby
Art of Hanna and Michas at Hall of Records
Grants
Morris County and the Civil War
Historic Preservation Symposium
School Exhibits at Museums

1991 Spring
Morris County and the Civil War
NJ and the Civil War (1861-1865)
Historic Preservation Symposium
School Exhibits at Museums


1991 Fall
The Civil War – A Book Review
Marking the Morris Canal
Time Travel in Morris County With John Cunningham
Two Roxbury Treasures
Jacob Green as Abolitionist
Art at the Atrium
Holly Walk

1992 Spring
Second Annual Preservation Symposium
Historic Roads of the Great Swamp: A Disappearing Legacy
Slave Records Of Morris County
Canal Markers Up

1992 Fall
Wholesome Living & Holy Purposes: Mount Tabor
At Long Last Mott Hollow
A Haven For History Grows At Acorn Hall
Signs at Historic Site
Art at the Museum
News & Notes
Civil War documents Wanted

1993 Spring
Diary Of Grace Dalrymple
Pyramid Mountain: Natural Historic Area
L’Hommedieu House
New Members
Sharon M Doremus
County College of Morris
Grant
News & Notes

1993 Summer
Fall Symposium
Farms And Barns
Drew University Dedicates Mead Hall, 1836 Structure
Water powered Industries of Mendham Township
Jerseymen and Preservation
Heritage Commission Marker
News & Notes
Civil War Archives
1990 Spring
Slavery In Morris County
Happy 250th
Tour Morristown and Roxbury
Doolittle Exhibit Court House Lobby
Art of Hanna and Michas at Hall of Records
Grants
Morris County and the Civil War
Historic Preservation Symposium
School Exhibits at Museums

1991 Spring
Morris County and the Civil War
NJ and the Civil War (1861-1865)
Historic Preservation Symposium
School Exhibits at Museums


1991 Fall
The Civil War – A Book Review
Marking the Morris Canal
Time Travel in Morris County With John Cunningham
Two Roxbury Treasures
Jacob Green as Abolitionist
Art at the Atrium
Holly Walk

1992 Spring
Second Annual Preservation Symposium
Historic Roads of the Great Swamp: A Disappearing Legacy
Slave Records Of Morris County
Canal Markers Up

1992 Fall
Wholesome Living & Holy Purposes: Mount Tabor
At Long Last Mott Hollow
A Haven For History Grows At Acorn Hall
Signs at Historic Site
Art at the Museum
News & Notes
Civil War documents Wanted

1993 Spring
Diary Of Grace Dalrymple
Pyramid Mountain: Natural Historic Area
L’Hommedieu House
New Members
Sharon M Doremus
County College of Morris
Grant
News & Notes

1993 Summer
Fall Symposium
Farms And Barns
Drew University Dedicates Mead Hall, 1836 Structure
Water powered Industries of Mendham Township
Jerseymen and Preservation
Heritage Commission Marker
News & Notes
Civil War Archives

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QInunt!!
QIir~ulnr
VOL 121'-
Slavery
In
Morris
County
by
V<:c'
ld
Mit"",
TIt.:
Heril6g<i!
Commission
hill;initiated
a
Block
!
!,stOfY
proje<;t
whkh
f0CUS<'s
on
the
,n.t;lunOIl
of
sl~wry
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w
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il
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birth
certificate. ",-hkh "
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e
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the
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th~
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Llw
of
1804
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us
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they
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nam~,
01
the
40w ,hMren
alQng
Wlth
the
name.
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r
mother!' -
mlormotiC<1
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to
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compan,
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no!
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of
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farmers
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11><>
atlw,
documents
used
in
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proj
ect
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morles
11><>",
,ecords
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ongi
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C
curt
(nov.'
knov.'fl
"S
Ihe
Surrogate
COUll)
b<!.
t":een
the
,"'3rsol
I
756aoo
1841
TII<!Y
t"n
us not only
...
"'o
ownro
slaws,
they also gi''''
uS
an
i>CCur~le
ide~
of
how
many .!aves
lived
in
~
particular
ho'-""hok!
and
what
their
"',,"".s
........
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In
order
to
"",ke
thi'
Inlonna-lion avallab!elO
h"torians~nd
'<l'S<'3'ci1<lrs.
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Hen-
t"!!" Cornm,,;,,i
on
b planning to
publi'h
th"",record,
in a
book
which
....
lI
be
""Ued
51
...
,,ry
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Mo
rri
s
County
-A
Docu
ment",.".
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1841.
11><>
Commission
expects
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book
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the
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Heritage Commission
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!
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P~qu<lnnock
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Roxbury
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four
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act;'"
celehral>Oll
.d1<lduk-. pl.mncd for
"'"
t
all
began
in
Morri'town
on
M3'ch
25. 1740.
0""
Ii"'" after Morris County
;;PfIn'<
1990
Happy
250th
Tour
Morristown and Roxbury
blJ
0."""
Si.9MrOl-rrch
11><>
Morn,
County
Hcn!"!!,,
Com
mlS..<ion
ha5
;»ued
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b.ochu.""
Ie,,'
turI"9
the
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r
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Highlight.
of
Mor
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and
Roxbury
Townsh
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t""
publi<:ations. port
01
a
conhnum~
series cO\fenng
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,1
ork
al5
;
t~,
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01
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.
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help
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de£(J<'r
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our
[<.>«l
history
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ilion
to
tf,..
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and Koxbt,ry
Town.nip
p-ubl""'tlOf1',
the
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brochures
on
t~
!(>V,;n
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Boomo"
",ld
MeOOh.:.m
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Covnty
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mailing
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House
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(20112S5 1952
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haw
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I",,,1<:d
by
the
Comm
ission,
m.,
Morrl,Collnll,'
00'''[
01
Cho5en
Freeholder~
and
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F
M
K;rl." l'''l",d.!tiOH
 
Doolittle
Exhibit
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Lobby
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fe~tuIing
memor~bd~
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J,mm
~
Doolitt
le·
s
first
Instrumen
t
~
"
;
S1
ed
takeoff
arod
laooing
In
1929
um
be
.een
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the
lobby of
lh~
Cou
rt
H
OIJSoI!',
This hi1lork event. w
hl
chlook place inBoonton Tov.'!lshlp.
,evolutlonlNd aviation history and
~id
(be
fO<l!"ldalion
for
the
modo!m
~e
indur.try
General James
H
Doohnle.
now
91
and
living
in
ClIhfor·
TWo.
w.uan
ao.
...
t!on
~ondSCimlISi
H~
...... ..!soll
World
War
D hero. a
Brigadi<>r
~
in
com"",nd
of
the
12th
Air
Force.
and.ll
M<!daI
of
Honor ""nner
Pnor
10
1928
and
Ihudvent
of Instrument
1I!o.'ing.
8trplann
had
bftn
uMble
to
fly
In
clouds.
darl<.nes<.
or
fog.
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hod
b<len
btl~
l'X
p<'
rimentation in airplane radio
tkveIopmen
t-
the
key
to
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trunu'nl
fi
yil
lg
-unt
il
Air
craftR
adi
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II
div15lon
01
Radio
Frell
U€t>CY
Laborillorles.
In
"'
''
'''''"
to
many
rruhta<y
'£CIUI!01S
decided
10
focus
re5('arch on a
1~>l
projll<;t
A
teSIS;le for
this
pr
ojol<:
t
large
~h
(olnclude
IIl'\l11Way.
hangar.
and
W
labora:~
Wd'
purcMsed
m
Rocklnwy Valley
.war
the
company
lwadQo
'¥leTS.
FlfSI
'.vrKl
the
instaIalioo
01
a
tadio
I;!Qcon
and
f<Kll,1ie5
lor
night
Flying
.
Then
intet'lSl\'e
rcsean;h beg.ln
on
beacons,
the
~I
01
alt'plllne
recen'lllg
and
[,ansmilling eqw.pmenl.
as
well
lIS
on
eiecuical
and radio
mSlrumem.
lor
lIids
to
naV\g~ttOrl
In
1929
Doohnle
,
by
then
holder
ol
11
doctor"l .
In
""rO<'IIIU·
(I<:
5<:ience
from
MIT
a
nd"
Ii
l'UteMnt
in
lhe
Arm.;
A
tr
Corpi.came to Boonlon to tond...:! extensive
",
cepta
nc
a1
,,
1ofthe
AIrcraft Radio
Corporation
T~pe
B
BililoCon
R<IC~r
~nd
the
T
~'P'!
C
CxX
T
"'msmin~r
In
that
~oear
Ihe
hlotorlc:
flight
look
p~.
In
...
t>ich
....
ilh
thI!
pl,m' ......
~
It.ckedow.
he
took
off,
I\ew
and i.mdoo
lti$
a.rcralt
by
Instruments
"""'"
Tlw
erlUbit
i5
by
courtesy
of
Jan
Ricker
a.">CI
tho!
Boonton
T
o....TlWp
H,5lOrioc.>1
Society
Art
of
Hanna
And
Michas
At Hall
of Records
The
p"
tn
tingsof
~rtist
Anne
tt
e
Mnan
Han""
are
currenlly
on
di,pL.y
in
t
m.
fi
lth floor lobbyol the H
"U
of Records,
H~n""
,
~
studio
is
in
Convent.i.
~
v....,11
known
portraitartl.t.Accordi
ng
t
oone
art
critic.
'W
ecan
",e
Mi
ly
'<!cogniu
the
skill
and
d'rd
rna
'"
H.:onM
s
work ,The
qssen,iaI ..
<!
mentsof
port,,,1
tllr . -the handling
01
hair, skin.
"Y"'.
and cloth -are
Int
.
rpreted in
11
pIoinL<'rly
'*
They ar
.....
.Ji:ltlC
....
,1"""1
becoming
hard
O'dged,
and
hMoe
a
texrurdl. btmhyq....,1 ty
m.,1
Is
refr<!Shing
and
rela.'Ied
'
The
H;mna -.
exhibit
v..
.. continue
unt~
tho!
"nd
01
~
In
early
JIIDI!
tho!
work
of
MendMm
printlTlllker
T,elda
Mtcha.
wi~
he
exhiblK!d
in the
fift
h
floor
lobby
01
the
H..u
01Re<:o
rtls,
Mi
eha,
is known
~II
over
tho!
US
f
ot
her
colorf~
1
na
t
~re-I
n
sp
ire<:l
!
il
k screen
p
ri
nts
c~
l I
ed
~
.ig.
a
p
hs,
SeT1g'aph~
~
a
print,ng process
of
J"pIollCS<!
ong'"
In
v
.
hich .emHlquid
lI1k
i.
p.e...ro thr
Ollgh
a hoo
mObh
scr..,n to formtheanlslloos>gn
~pon
any
do.>s<red
Wl'f"'e
by
rne<lM
of
a
SlenciJ.
A
diU
.........
t
,ilk
stenc-il
;.
used
for
each
color Serigraphy.
un!ik
m.1ISS
prod...:
lion
pnnun!l_
Is
a
palnswklflg.
tirno:-.comummg
proc~'U
If
many rolorsan>
used
il
tnIIYtakeasLongas IWoo.
tTlOI'I<
month.
before"
......,,-
k
(an
/lCluoJIy
be
primal.Though
~
I
Khas
"'M born
in
Living,ton.
NJ
shespent a
part
01
her I-"'Jth
In
Holland.
Slife
a~
lived
for
a period of
itnlfe
,n
H~""'i
i
....
t"'.e
she studied with Jap.me
..
maSlers
M
eha.$'
flou
'e,
prl
ms
wilh I""it b
rill
",n,
ContrM
ll
ng
color$are
SInking
,In
the
works
of
one
'
''ti
c.
-l1Hly are
sure
10
t~ko<
your
bre~th~
....
ay
The
T
'?I<Iio
Michas o:nlblt
will
be
on
displ.>y
...
"t~
the
1UIr1~
f~
In
October
tho!
Hent.
Cnrnmi"'ion ,n conjunCtiOn
",th
the
NI!WJerseyCommlttH
For
The
HUlllilm!
...
,
.....
dI
""'",..,,
an
el<hibit
on
the
Bill
01
R.ghts
Thomas
Nast
150th
Anniversary
Opening
on
Svptember
23,
1990
al
M
~"ulloch
Hall
Hislori
c.aI
M.....-.um.
"Survey
F,om
t
he
Collection"
,,1U
fe<>tUJe
N,,~t'
sear
Iiest
work
in
thetr
coIIo!clion In
dded
in
theexhibltoon
""a
penc~
W>tch
01
his
mother
and
father
IMt
N..sl execut<!d
v..tlen
hewas
Itfloon years
old
,
s...ptember27.1
990
In!I'ks
thclSOth anniversary of
Thomas
Na.st
'.
birth.
The
Heril"9"CommisiIonand
MaccuBoch
H..Il will
C<Hpon$OI"
"n
cxhIbt1
of
orlgiMl
NMt
posterson the
Afth
floor
of!heM
oms
County
Hall
of
R
ecords
The Thomas
NlI9l
Soci·
ety
.....
ll
commem,,,,,te
this
oec.,ion
by
planning
""rlous
<!»Cia[
,xhlbi·
lion,
In
Mo
rristown.
Th<!
high"ghl
of
the
exh,bil
will
be
lhe
,tnve
il
lng
of
The
Grand
CariutuT~1n!I
pane
l.'
$v..
inging
Round
th
e
Circle,
"one
of
thi
rt
y
th,<!e
panels f,om
th"
historical
pageant
which
Nast
prlmro
in
1867
Theseownlzepane!s~
by
"""""'
/_
<lllt
h)
toured
me..
lers
in
NN.'
YorkCity....d
Bo.ron
10
!heaccompan'menl of of
pe.
nod
rro.tSic
and
a r'IIIrTalnll!
by
an
K'
~
A
slide.howabour
the
GraooCarica
ru
r
amlt
w
ill
a[$O
be
stw....
71,
6/12/'90
CounIj.CimIlar\
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....
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Happy 
250th 
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How 
They 
Are 
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FTidoy. 
June 
8 
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9 
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17 
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s..pt~mN'
12-\4 
Morris 
Township 
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SocIety 
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m.
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