Photographs by: Sande S. Haar Small Town USA  Presenting: Historic Cranbury, NJ
Cranbury Township was officially created March 7, 1872 Cranbury Received the Designation of  national historic district in...
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Surrounding Areas:
Surrounding Areas:
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Surrounding Areas:   Carnegie Lake paths,  Princeton , NJ
 
 
This Presentation Was Made Possible By The Incredible Team at: 39 North Main St. Cranbury, NJ  609.395.0444
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Compilation of location shots of Historic Cranbury, NJ. Power Point presentation should opened and "view slide show" setting

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  • On March 7, 1872 Cranbury Township was officially created and organized as a separate political subdivision of Middlesex County consisting of the village of Cranbury and outlying area, which were then parts of South Brunswick and Monroe Townships. In 1979 Cranbury was named a State Historic District. In 1980 it received the designation of National Historic District, at a time when it was said to be “the best preserved 19th century village in Middlesex County.”
  • Small town usa cranbury rev. pres. of collect. 10-2-11

    1. 1. Photographs by: Sande S. Haar Small Town USA Presenting: Historic Cranbury, NJ
    2. 2. Cranbury Township was officially created March 7, 1872 Cranbury Received the Designation of national historic district in 1980
    3. 13. Surrounding Areas:
    4. 14. Surrounding Areas:
    5. 15. Surrounding Areas:
    6. 18. Surrounding Areas: Carnegie Lake paths, Princeton , NJ
    7. 21. This Presentation Was Made Possible By The Incredible Team at: 39 North Main St. Cranbury, NJ 609.395.0444
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