February 6, 2016 presentation at First Baptist Church in Pennington on behalf of Jack & Jill
MercerMe – Two Local Residents Working with Princeton Based Publishing Company on Untold Local History of Slavery
by Mary Galioto
“…the book spans over three centuries of untold stories, contributions, and legacies of countless African Americans in the region, since the Colonial Period. Co-authors, Beverly Mills and Elaine Buck, are both Trustees of the Stoutsburg Cemetery Association. “
Wild River Books Announces the Stoutsburg Cemetery Project
by Kimberly Nagy
The Untold Stories of an African American Burial Ground in New Jersey.
Rider – A Magazine for Alumni and Friends – First in Class: Herbert Hubbard, a brilliant penman and skilled musician, was Rider’s first African American graduate
By Adam Grybowski | Fall 2015
The naming of Hubbard as Rider’s first confirmed African American graduate came this fall after the University’s archivist, Robert Congleton, and Hubbard’s great-granddaughter Beverly Mills met to discuss the issue. Hubbard’s status was a family legend for generations.
by Caroline Katmann
The charming one-room African Methodist Episcopal Church on Hollow Road, known as the Mount Zion AME Church, is one of the most historic buildings in the Sourlands.