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Pennsauken’s Historic Homes Hold Dual Events On November 18

Saturday, Nov. 18 continues Pennsauken’s historic homes’ tradition of the dual themes of the season. Life in the colonial home as winter approaches is the theme of at historic Griffith Morgan House’s “Frost on the Pumpkin” event from 11:00 a.m.

Historic Homes Open For Independence Day Celebration

Both the Burrough-Dover House, 9201 Burrough-Dover Lane; and Griffith Morgan House, 243 Griffith Morgan Lane off River Rd., will be open to the public for an Independence Day celebration on Sunday, July 2 from 1:00 to 4:00 p.m. What could

Halloween For The Kids At Griffith Morgan House

Halloween comes to old Griffith Morgan House in a big way! On Sunday, Oct. 23 from 11:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m., crafts and spooky lore of the season will join with tasty treats and a visit from our special guest,

Revolutionary War Colonial Militia To Muster At Historic Griffith Morgan House

The first Sunday in June at historic Griffith Morgan House will bring to life a muster of the colonial militia when the 11th Regiment of the Pennsylvania Militia performs drills and prepares to take on the “lobster-backs” of the British

Griffith Morgan House Celebrates First Sundays, Colonial Earth Day

The spring season had special resonance for our colonial and early American ancestors in the days before we could seek out the sun’s warmth by hopping a flight to Florida. Many early signs marked the slow return of the sun

Skeletal Discoveries At Griffith Morgan House

By Robert Fisher-Hughes, AAP Columnist and Amateur Historian Five years after Pennsauken Township was created, a macabre mystery was literally unearthed at our own historic Griffith Morgan House, situated in the community known then as Morris Station. Evanescent as a

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