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Demarest House - location at Old Bridge before moving it to New Bridge.  Mistakenly thought that it was the original house built by David Demarest Sr. in 1678.  Because it was found near the French Burying Ground location, and Demarest family is buried there. Restored by Tim Adriance and funded by Blauvelt-Demarest Foundation. http://www.bergencountyhistory.org/Pages/demaresthse

Demarest House - location at Old Bridge before moving it to New Bridge. Mistakenly thought that it was the original house built by David Demarest Sr. in 1678. Because it was found near the French Burying Ground location, and Demarest family is buried there. Restored by Tim Adriance and funded by Blauvelt-Demarest Foundation. http://www.bergencountyhistory.org/Pages/demaresthse

This is the 1678 Demarest home said to be the oldest home in New Jersey.

This is the 1678 Demarest home said to be the oldest home in New Jersey.

The Old '76 House in Tappan, N.Y., New York's oldest tavern is a National Landmark with a history going back to the Revolutionary War.

The Old '76 House in Tappan, N.Y., New York's oldest tavern is a National Landmark with a history going back to the Revolutionary War.

c. 1854 photograph of the old "London Coffee House," at Market & Front Sts., Philadelphia, PA.  This building was built in 1702.  It sat at the very center of life in Philadelphia.  The market stalls running down the center of Market St ended at that same intersection, where the market's Head House was located in the middle of the street.  (By the time of this photo, the Head House was gone.)  Until the late 1740s, Pennsylvania's courts sat at the Head House.  The city's stocks, were right…

c. 1854 photograph of the old "London Coffee House," at Market & Front Sts., Philadelphia, PA. This building was built in 1702. It sat at the very center of life in Philadelphia. The market stalls running down the center of Market St ended at that same intersection, where the market's Head House was located in the middle of the street. (By the time of this photo, the Head House was gone.) Until the late 1740s, Pennsylvania's courts sat at the Head House. The city's stocks, were right…

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