On the Monmouth County Tourism site
Monmouth County Historical Association collects, preserves, and interprets its extensive museum, research library, and archival collections that relate to Monmouth County’s history and culture and makes these resources available to the widest possible audience.
Established by the Board of County Commissioners in August 1988, the Monmouth County Historical Commission is dedicated to the preservation of the County's rich historic heritage
The Headquarters location of the Monmouth County Library established the Monmouth County Historical Room in 1998 to serve the needs of its patronage by collecting and preserving written materials documenting and illuminating many aspects of life in New Jersey with emphasis on Monmouth County.
A gallery of Red Bank and Navesink historical photographs.
On a blistering hot day, June 28, 1778 on the land that is now Monmouth Battlefield State Park was the site of one of the longest battles of the American Revolutionary War. Here at Monmouth, Washington restored a reputation battered by defeats in 1777. In the day-long battle in the hills, wood lots, farm fields and meadows, the main Continental Army, retrained at Valley Forge, repulsed attacks by the main British Army. By the end, over 600 men were dead, dying or wounded and the Continental Army held the field.
The Navesink is our local river.
The Shrewsbury connects to the Navesink, and is a navigable estuary.
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