Historical Markers in
Sussex County, New Jersey

Amity School Andover Furnace Augusta Hill Baptists Bevans, New Jersey Branchville, NJ Brick House Village Casper Shafer Cat Swamp Hijacking and Murder Cedar Crest Farm DAR Van Bunschooten Museum Dark Moon Archaeological Site Defenders of the Union Denton-Wallace House Dr. Samuel Fowler Franklin Furnace Franklin School Fredon George Washington Encampment George Washington Tree Goldsmith Maid Hainesville, New Jersey Henry W. Merriam High Breeze Farm High Point Monument High Point: An Early Haven for Sightseers & Sportsmen Home of Hudson Maxim Home of Thomas Anderson Joseph Sharp's Iron Works Kilpatrick's Reenactment Krogh’s Lake Mohawk Memorial Layton, New Jersey Let This Tablet Honor Them and All Who Live For the Good of the Community Lusscroft Millville Historic District Moody’s Raids National Historic Civil Engineering Landmark Newton Green Newton Green Northwest New Jersey Vietnam Veterans Memorial Old Clove Church Old Mine Road Old Mine Road Old Mine Road Old Newton Burial Ground Old Schoolhouse and Firehouse Museum Price's Switch Schoolhouse Princess White Deer Public Parks: Refuge & Recreation for All Sand Hill Road and Route 94 Site Of Toll Gate Snufftown - Stockholm Sparta Sparta War Memorial St. Thomas Episcopal Church Stanhope, NJ Stokes State Forest Sussex Borough, New Jersey Sussex County Sussex County Public Safety Memorial Sussex County Veterans Memorial Sussex Railroad The Gift of a State Park The Hill Memorial The Iron Master’s Mansion The Iron Works at Andover The Kuser Lodge: An Inn, A Mansion, A Museum The Lackawanna Cutoff The Lafayette Foundry The Morris Canal 1824-1924 The Morris Canal Inclined Planes The Sterling Mine The Village of Bevans The Westbrook - Bell House The Works of the New Jersey and Pennsylvania Concentrating Company Thomas Woolverton's Tavern Twin Bridges U.S.S. Bunker Hill Memorial Unknown Soldier of the Revolution Wallpack, N.J. Waterloo, A Canal Town Waterloo: A Transportation Crossroads Welcome to Historic Lake Mohawk Yellow Frame Presbyterian Church