May 29 – Annual Memorial Day Service

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Linda J. Caldwell-Eps, speaker at 2016 Annual Memorial Day Service for Stoutsburg Cemetery Association

Sunday, May 29, 2016, 3:00 PM – 4:00 PM – Annual Memorial Day Service at Stoutsburg Cemetery, On the Grounds of the Stoutsburg Cemetery (572 Province Line Road, Montgomery, NJ 08558). 3:00 PM – 4:00 PM

Please join the members of the Stoutsburg Cemetary Association as they present Dr. Linda Caldwell-Epps, President and CEO of 1804 Consultants, an organization dedicated to the advancement of educational and cultural organizations.

We look forward to sharing our Annual Memorial Day Service with you.

Please bring a chair if you plan to attend.

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Dr. Marion T. Lane speaks at Memorial Day Service at Stoutsburg Cemetery Association Author of Patriots of African Descent in the American Revolutionary War and member of DAR, Dr. Marion T. Lane

Philadelphia Inquirer – Unraveling the Secrets of Stoutsburg Cemetery 

Philadelphia Inquirer – Unraveling the Secrets of Stoutsburg Cemetery 
by A.D. Amorosi

“They also wanted to know about the stories of former slaves and sharecroppers. How did they get to New Jersey? What were their journeys like? In the case of slaves, who were their owners? Buck says they want to “trace linages from colonial times to the Hopewell Township” of today.”

Read the article

February 19, 2016 – Timberlane Junior High School

February 19, 2016 Timberlane Junior High School

Dr. Rosetta Treece, Principal Timberlane Middle School, Hopewell, NJ

Special thanks to the Stoutsburg Cemetery Association for presenting to our 8th Grade Class. Their shared stories, memoirs, and other primary sources regarding the 18th Century African American experience in the Hopewell area helped bring to life the Civil War and Civil Rights curricula we teach. We believe that our students understand the rich history that exist right in their own backyards, but few realize that history through the perspective of the African American residents.

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