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    Acorn Hall

    Acorn Hall’s significance reflects the Crane-Hone women’s contribution to the survival of the house and interior.

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    Macculloch Hall Historical Museum

    Generations of women of the Macculloch/Miller family accomplished a great deal in the way of community service. At a time when women’s opportunities were limited, Louisa Macculloch and her descendants were involved in several community organizations promoting social and artistic causes.

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    The Bridget Smith House

    Bridget Lockman and her husband, John Smith, immigrated from Ireland in the 1850s following the Irish Potato Famine. They settled in Mine Hill with other Irish immigrant iron mine workers in a section then known as Irishtown. By the time Bridget purchased this double house in 1879 for $300, John had been killed in a local mining accident.

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    Fosterfields Living Historical Farm

    Fosterfields Living Historical Farm, a working historic farm run by the Morris County Park Commission, is open to the public for self-guided tours April through October. The former owner of the farm, Caroline Foster, gave the property to the Morris County Park Commission upon her death.

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    Merchiston Farm/Bamboo Brook

    Born in New York City in 1871, Martha Brookes (Brown) Hutcheson was from a relatively wealthy family with prominent social connections. She moved to Vermont when she was young, and there she developed a love of gardening.