Treasured Places
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Sheridan's Lodge in Andover

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  • Sheridan's Lodge in Andover on Lake Iliff, built in 1938 and owned by the Sheridan family for the last 29 years
  • 4/27/2007
  • Album ID: 263856
  • Photos by Anna Murphey

Little Swartswood Lake

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  • Treasured Places - Little Swartswood Lake
  • 4/26/2007
  • Album ID: 263455
  • Photos by Amy Paterson

The Paulinskill Valley Trail

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  • The Paulinskill Valley Trail almost 27 miles of trail on a former railraod bed
  • 4/14/2007
  • Album ID: 257031
  • Photos by Anna Murphey

Roland & May Eves Bird Sanctuary

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  • Treasured Places - Roland & May Eves Bird Sanctuary in Hopatcong
  • 4/3/2007
  • Album ID: 250865
  • Photos by Amy Paterson

Newton Green a treasured place

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  • The Newton Green, a birthplace of democracy, originaly the courthouse yard in 1762 it was used for political meetings, corporal punishment, militia trainings, public entertainment and as a common pasture. Now a county park it's used for a variety of purposes and contains several monuments
  • 3/30/2007
  • Album ID: 250706
  • Photos by Anna Murphey

The Walpack Inn in the DWNRA

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  • The Walpack Inn on route 615 in Walpack within the Delaware Water Gap National Recreation Area offers a history of dining in one of its greehouse rooms with unique views and beautiful plants all around or in a cozy bar area with a stone fireplace.
  • 3/23/2007
  • Album ID: 247803
  • Photos by Anna Murphey

Sussex County Historical Society

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  • Treasured Places - Sussex County Historical Society in Newton
  • 3/16/2007
  • Album ID: 243383
  • Photos by Amy Paterson

Garris Center

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  • Treasured Places - Garris Center in Branchville
  • 2/9/2007
  • Album ID: 230068
  • Photos by Amy Paterson

Piggery Field

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  • A plaque stands on Piggery Field in Hamburg that tells how the land got its name. It was once owned by Moses Piggery, an African American Union soldier, who became a respected citizen of Hamburg. He acquired a portion of this tract in 1898 to grow vegetables. It is now owned by the Hamburg Board of Education and is used for recreation.
  • 1/31/2007
  • Album ID: 226676
  • Photos by Amy Paterson

Sussex - Main Street

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  • Main Street, in downtown Sussex, has many restaurants, art galleries and specialty shops.
  • 1/31/2007
  • Album ID: 226677
  • Photos by Amy Paterson
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