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    Ivy Hall Seminary

    Since its construction in 1791 by the prosperous landowner and gentleman farmer David Sheppard, this Federal style mansion has played a prominent role in Bridgeton. The house is an 18th century landmark in the state’s largest historic district noted for its 19th century architecture. I

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    Cosmopolitan Hall/Plum Street Hall

    Plum Hall, or Cosmopolitan Hall, was built after the Civil War as the “town hall” and educational/community center of Vineland. A variety of activities took place here, including political and educational lectures on subjects from spiritualism to science, festivals, operas, and visits from medicine men.

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    Vineland Developmental Center

    The Vineland Developmental Center is one of the oldest public residential facilities for females with developmental disabilities in the State of New Jersey. This school for girls and women was founded in 1888 as “The New Jersey State Institution for Feeble Minded Women.”

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    Seabrook Community Center

    Ellen Nakamura worked as a community leader in Seabrook for almost 35 years. The Seabrook Farms Company was a processor of frozen foods, and was once the largest of its kind in the world.