Mission
The mission of the New Jersey Historical Commission is to enrich the lives of the public by preserving the historical record and advancing interest in and awareness of New Jersey's past.
Commission Members
Maxine Lurie, PhD, Chair
Margaret Westfield, R.A.Vice-Chair

Senator Christopher Bateman
Jayne S. Carmody
Assemblyman Michael Patrick Carroll
Susan P. Coen
Assemblyman Craig Coughlin
Michael Fernandez
Larry Greene, PhD.
Joseph E. Salvatore, M.D.
Richard Veit, Ph.D.
Senator Loretta Weinberg
B. Michael Zuckerman, Ph.D.

ex-officio members
Lt. Governor Kim Guadagno
State Librarian Mary Chute
Katherine Marcopul
Contact the NJ Historical Commission
NJ Historical Commission
P.O. Box 305
Trenton, NJ 08625

Tel: (609) 292-6062
Fax: (609) 633-8168

Email: Feedback@sos.nj.gov
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New Jersey and The Great War

2017 will mark the 100th anniversary of America’s entry into World War 1. The NJ Historical Commission is proud to partner with the NJ State Archives, NJ State Museum, NJ Historic Preservation Office, Rutgers University, and the NJ National Guard Militia Museum on a website initiative to remember New Jersey’s unique and considerable contributions to the Allied victory in The Great War.

Part of the larger U.S. World War 1 Centennial Commission effort, the New Jersey-specific page not only features a historic overview, but continually updated WW1-related stories, calendar of events, and listing of WW1 sites across the state.

New Jersey’s World War 1 Centennial Website
World War 1 Resources for Teachers and Students

Have an upcoming War World 1 Centennial Event? Get it on the calendar of events by emailing: NewJersey@worldwar1centennial.org
New Jersey Historical Commission News & Headlines

The Latest Issue of New Jersey Studies: An Interdisciplinary Journal Is Now Available!

The NJHC, Rutgers University Libraries, and Monmouth University are proud to announce that the Summer 2016 edition of New Jersey Studies: An Interdisciplinary Journal (NJS) is now available online

NJHC “Best Practices Series” Social Media Workshops Now Online!

Couldn’t attend one of the NJHC’s three statewide social media workshops? Good news! Much of the informative and insightful presentation by expert Rachel Dukeman of R&R Creative is now available online for individuals and history organizations alike.

Legacy of NJ350 Celebrations Across the State

NJHC is putting together an archived “legacy” file of the various celebrations that took place around the State for NJ350.

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Public Meeting Notice
December 5, 2016
10:30 a.m.
NJ Department of State,
225 West State Street, Trenton,
5th Floor Conference Room
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