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Antique sketch of an eagle holding the American flag
 
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Map of area involved in the "Battle of Springfield"

SOURCE: Harper's new monthly magazine. / Volume 18, Issue 105 Publisher: Harper & Bros. Publication Date: February 1859
- Making of America: Cornell University

The Old Wick House
The Old Wick House, southwest of Morristown, principal encampment of patriot forces in the winter of 1779-80.
SOURCE: Harper's new monthly magazine. / Volume 18, Issue 103; Publisher: Harper & Bros. Publication Date: December 1858; City: New York. - Making of America: Cornell University

Springfield NJ Presbyterian Church, built 1791

SOURCE: Library of Congress, American Memory, HABS



Swaim Homestead, Springfield NJ, built 1744

SOURCE: Library of Congress, American Memory, HABS

Crane House,
Chatham, NJ, built 1815


SOURCE: Library of Congress, American Memory, HABS
See photographs of Battle Ground Cemetery
Cannonball House in Springfield NJ
The house is called the “Cannon Ball House” because a cannon ball from the Battle of Springfield is wedged into the frame of the house.
Second View of Cannonball House
Second View of the "Cannonball House." This is the house where Church and Cannon Chapter holds a Christmas Tea each year. It is located in Springfield, New Jersey.
Battle of Springfield Commemorative Sign
Battle of Springfield Commemorative Sign


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