A New Jersey Civil War Heritage Association subcommittee 2011 NJ Studies Academic Alliance for Non Fiction Awarded the  2011 Non Fiction Reference Book of the Year from the New Jersey Studies Academic Alliance  New Jersey Goes to War,  Biographies of 150 New Jerseyans Caught Up in the Struggle of the Civil War, including Soldiers, Civilians, Men, Women, Heroes, Scoundrels – and a Heroic Horse.   Click for more details  100% of all proceeds go directly back to the  NJ Civil War 150 Committee  to help further more  NJ Civil War Projects New Jersey at Gettysburg Guidebook New Jersey at Gettysburg 16 Guidebook Private Simon W. Creamer, Co. K, 12th New Jersey. Killed at Gettysburg
An Official New Jersey 150 Committee Publication New Jersey at Gettysburg Guidebook By David G. Martin
General Judson Kilpatrick, born in Wantage Township, Sussex County and lived there after the Civil War, hosting the famed Civil War Veteran reenactment in Aug 1878.
“Gone for a Soldier:” Jerseymen in the Civil War An exhibition catalog by Macculloch Hall Historical Museum in collaboration with New Jersey Civil War Sesquicentennial Committee
The 141 page color collector’s catalog of all the NJ Civil War items which appeared in this 2012 show. Brought together for the first time many never before seen memorabilia from private and public collections. A must have for any student of NJ Civil War history or Civil War collectibles.
New Jersey Civil War Heritage Assn PO Box 442, Wood-Ridge, NJ 07075 Info@njcivilwar.com
New Jersey Civil War Sesquicentennial 150 2011                                                                                2015 New Jersey
Civil War 150 Committee
Discover Your Community's Civil War Heritage Discover the role of your town in the most significant even in American History - the great Civil War that determined whether our country would survive as a free and united country A researchers and genealogists resource guide of researching Civil War veterans in your town. Click for more details
New Jersey's Civil War Odyssey Untold and Long-Forgotten Stories of New Jerseyans and how they coped with the American Civil War and its Memory, Including Accounts of New Jersey Civil War Political Myths, Jewish Jerseymen in the ranks, A Confederate General from Elizabeth, Holding the Line at Gettysburg, Wartime Base Ball, the Hoboken Bounty-Jumper Sting, the “Great Reunion” at Deckertown, Strange Tales of War Monuments, a National Cemetery full of Confederates, the Centennial Commission’s Principled Stand Against Racism, and much more. Click for more details
Official New Jersey Civil War 150 Publications Published by the NJ Civil War 150 Committee of NJCWHA