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Celebrating 300 Years of South Jersey History

Photography by Hoag Levins

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PENNSAUKEN, N.J. -- Situated on a homestead that was continuously inhabited from 1693 to the 1960s, the Griffth Morgan House celebrates three centuries of community history in its third-story museum (above). Many descendants of the Morgan family live as far away as Texas and California but stay in touch and have donated heirlooms to the museum.

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Helping to bring history to life is Kay Rudderow, above left, one of several knowledgeable docents who interpret the facility for visitors. The collection includes fossils and items from Lenni-Lenape culture as well as artifacts from local community life during the last 300 years.

The Griffith Morgan House is open to the public for a number of special events during the year but does not have scheduled weekly hours. The facility accommodates school and other groups by appointment. For additional information, contact:

Kay Rudderow
Griffith Morgan Committee
P.O. Box 522
Pennsauken, NJ 08110

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