preservation

National Society of Colonial Dames of America (NSCDA-NJ)

The National Society of Colonial Dames of America in the State of New Jersey (NSCDA-NJ) operates two museums: Peachfield, a restored farmhouse in Westampton, and an old schoolhouse in Mount Holly.  Volunteers conduct seasonal tours at Peachfield and at the schoolhouse by appointment.  Volunteers are invited to participate in elementary school living history programs utilizing both sites.  Call 609-267-6996.

Riverfront Historical Society

Riverfront Historical Society is dedicated to the proud history of Beverly, Delanco, and Edgewater Park. It maintains a historic collection in the 1806 Cooper Town Meeting House in Edgewater Park. The Society seeks volunteers (16+) with an interest in local history, to assist with preservation, public education, holiday house tours, and historic festivals.  Contact Carol Donahue at 609-871-3892 to apply

Riverfront Historical Society

Riverfront Historical Society is dedicated to the proud history of Beverly, Delanco, and Edgewater Park. The Society seeks volunteers (16+) with an interest in local history, to assist with preservation, public education, holiday house tours, and historic festivals.  Contact Carol Donahue at 609-871-3892 to apply.  riverfronthistoricalsociety@yahoo.com   P.O. Box 172, Beverly, New Jersey 08010  Theresa Lowden  609-387-1079

 

Alice Paul Institute

The Alice Paul Institute needs volunteers 18 or older to help plan special events and fund-raising initiatives, as tour guides, for site enhancement projects and other areas.  Volunteers help support the Institute’s mission of educating the public about the life and work of Alice Paul and preserving and restoring Paulsdale, her Mt.

Whitesbog Preservation Trust

Whitesbog Preservation Trust of Historic Whitesbog Village in Brendan T. Byrne State Forest sponsors seasonal special events and educational programs to introduce the general public to the history of the berry industry and vanishing culture of the New Jersey Pine Barrens.  Volunteers (juniors, teens, and adults) are needed for many interesting assignments including seasonal tours, fund raising, and other project work.  Call 609-893-4646 for information.

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