May 12, 2007, 10:00 AM
The Durand-Hedden House will present a unique opportunity to witness skills that early Americans depended on for survival and pleasure. The grounds will be the setting for the 1776 Crafters, a group dedicated to preserving trades and crafts from the past. There will be a variety of demonstrations such as woodworking, tinsmithing, Indian quilling, gunsmithing, and stained glass making.
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Slavery in New Jersey: A Troubled History is an illustrated 40-page book that traces the evolution of slavery in New Jersey, which began with Dutch settlement in the seventeenth century and continued through the end of the Civil War.