History

Part 3 of 3 - Train Ride on the Sea Shore Branch...

Part 3 of 3 - Train Ride on the Sea Shore Branch...

4 months ago
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The conclusion of the critically acclaimed series on the Sea Shore Branch of the Jersey Central Railroad.

Part 2 of 3 - Train Ride on the Sea Shore Branch...

Part 2 of 3 - Train Ride on the Sea Shore Branch...

5 months ago
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Join Host John Schneider and Author/Railroad Historian Tom Gallo as they imagine a train ride through historic photographs, memories and sound effects.

Part 1 of 3 - Train Ride on the Sea Shore Branch...

Part 1 of 3 - Train Ride on the Sea Shore Branch...

5 months ago
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It was the Sea Shore Branch of Jersey Central Railroad which brought folks to beaches and other parts along the Jersey Bayshore.  Join Host John Schneider and Railroad Historian Tom Gallo as they recreate a ride which millions of folks took in the past, but no longer.  The train tracks would be pulled up...

Revolutionary New Jersey

Revolutionary New Jersey

10 months ago
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Author Robert Mayers discusses his fifth book regarding the Revolutionary War, "Revolutionarey New Jersey," with Host John Schneider.

The Story of the Twin Lights of Navesink

The Story of the Twin Lights of Navesink

10 months ago
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Built n 1862, the Twin Lights of Navesink stand on the summit of the Hills of Highlands, NJ.

Historic Christ Church in Middletown, NJ

Historic Christ Church in Middletown, NJ

1 year ago
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Interview with The Rev. Dr. William Carl Thomas of Christ Church in Middletown, NJ.

Photo Memories of New Jersey

Photo Memories of New Jersey

2 years ago
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My good friend, Les Horner, shares his photographic memories of New Jersey.

Hollywood on the Hudson

Hollywood on the Hudson

2 years ago
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The story of how Fort Lee, NJ, became the home of the motion picture industry before "Hollywood."

Lost Amusement Parks

Lost Amusement Parks

2 years ago
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Author Rick Geffken discusses his new book about the many amusement parks in the Northern Jersey Shore which no  longer exist.

History Tour of the Jersey Bayshore

History Tour of the Jersey Bayshore

2 years ago
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Monmouth County Historian Randy Gabrielan talks about his favorite historic sites to visit in the Jersey Bayshore area.  Included are reports on a NJ12 television report on Henry Hudson Springs and another report on the Jersey Bayshore exhibit at the annual Made in Monmouth home show.

Secrets of Hartshorne Woods

Secrets of Hartshorne Woods

2 years ago
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Hartshorne Woods Park has rich and varied ancestral and military histories whch are explored in this epsiode.  Military historian, Cory Newman, takes us on a tour through the park to explore the ruins.  Today, the park is managed by the Monmouth County Park System.

History of Keyport

History of Keyport

2 years ago
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Local resident of Keyport, NJ, Tom Gallo, talks about the history of the town and shares historic items and photographs.  For more information about Keyport, visit:  http://www.KEYPORTNewJersey.com THINGS TO DO IN KEYPORT Charter a boat at one of four marinas to go fishing or sightseeing. Launch your...

Jersey Bayshore History in Pictures

Jersey Bayshore History in Pictures

2 years ago
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Les Horner has an extensive collection of historic photographs and postcards, and on this episode he shares many of them with viewers.

Tale of Two Lighthouses

Tale of Two Lighthouses

2 years ago
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Lighthouses of the Jersey Bayshore are the subject of this episode of JERSEY BAYSHORE COUNTRY.  Celebrating 250 years of continuous operations, the Sandy Hook Lighthouse is the main focus of the program with an ingterview by National Park Service Ranger & Historian Tom Hoffman.  The Twin Lights of Navesink...

The Burrowes Mansion

The Burrowes Mansion

2 years ago
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THE BURROWES MANSION & MUSEUM is a historic home built in approximately 1723 by John Bowne III and became known as the Burrowes Mansion when it was purchased by John “Corn King” Burrowes in 1769. The Burrowes Mansion is most famous for being the site of an early morning raid in 1778 by Tories intent on...

Civil Unrest in the 1700's

Civil Unrest in the 1700's

2 years ago
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Author Robert Mayers talks about his most recent book.  He describes what life was like in the Jersey Bayshore during the Revolutionary War and it wasn't a very friendly place in the neighborhood.

Ghost Hunt at Burrowes Mansion

Ghost Hunt at Burrowes Mansion

2 years ago
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THE BURROWES MANSION & MUSEUM is a historic home built in approximately 1723 by John Bowne III and became known as the Burrowes Mansion when it was purchased by John “Corn King” Burrowes in 1769. The Burrowes Mansion is most famous for being the site of an early morning raid in 1778 by Tories intent on...

In the beginning...

In the beginning...

2 years ago
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Host John Schneider imagines how the Jersey Bayshore must have appeared to the early settlers.

Slavery & Segregation

Slavery & Segregation

2 years ago
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New Jersey was the last state to abolish slavery and this episode explores slavery and segregation in the area.

Cold War Era at the Jersey Bayshore

Cold War Era at the Jersey Bayshore

2 years ago
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At one time, our country's defenses were located throughout the Jersey Bayshore. Today, the relics of those installations are clearly visible and the memories of what happened is very strong.