Secrets of Hartshorne Woods

41 Views · Published on Thu, 23 March 2017 · History

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.

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