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Southampton - Pemberton - Shamong - Tabernacle - Woodland - Washington - Bass River

NEW VIEWS V - 2006
 

PINELANDS PANORAMA

CELEBRATING THE PINELANDS COMMUNITIES OF BURLINGTON COUNTY

Venues limited to the 7 southernmost “Pinelands” municipalities of Burlington County

Click on the township name to see the sites selected for New Views 2006

CLICK HERE TO SEE PHOTOS TAKEN ON THE TOUR ON MAY 13, 2006

Southampton Township - (Vincentown)

  • Bishop-Irick House, Pemberton Road. – 1753
  • Irick Hall/J.B. Nixon Blacksmith Shop, Mill St. – c. 1865

Pemberton Township - (New Lisbon and Whitesbog)

  • Fenwick Manor – Springfield Road, New Lisbon - (Childhood home of Elizabeth White)
  • Suningive – Whitesbog – (Home of Elizabeth White)
  • Paymaster’s House – Whitesbog

Shamong Township (Atsion)

  • Atsion Community Chapel – East side of Rt. 206 beyond Ironmaster’s house.
  • Atsion School House – 1914 - East side of Rt. 206
  • Atsion Workers House – behind Ironmaster’s House
  • Ruins of Atsion Dairy Barn – 1920 - behind Ironmaster’s House

Tabernacle Township (Tabernacle)

  • Municipal Building (Junior O.U.A.M. Hall) – 1874
  • Carranza Memorial – Commemorating 1928 crash of Capt. Emilio Carranza of Mexico
  • Nixon’s General Store – Est. 1850 by Henry Peters

Woodland Township (Chatsworth)

  • Buzby’s General Store – 1865 – Rt. 563
  • Chatsworth United Methodist Church – Route 563
  • Hedger House – Rt. 563

Washington Township (Lower Bank, Green Bank)

  • Lower Bank Church , 36 Old Church Road
  • Green Bank Inn, Corner of Rts. 542 and 563
  • Green Bank United Methodist Church – 1748 – River Road, off Rt. 563
  • Green Bank Elementary School – Route 563

Bass River Township (New Gretna)

  • Oyster House, on the Bass River, off Route 9
  • First Presbyterian Church of New Gretna – c. 1850 - North Maple Ave.
  • Loveland House, corner of Rt. 9 and Amasas Landing Rd.

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