South Jersey Museum of American History
The South Jersey Museum of American History gives the following description:
The Foundation was established in 1993 to preserve South Jersey's history and to exhibit it in connection with American History. In 1996, the South Jersey Museum of American History opened in Berlin, Camden County, NJ. Exactly 10 years later, the Museum moved to its present location in Glassboro, Gloucester County, NJ. We continue to focus on South Jersey's rich, historical heritage.
In October 2015, the museum listed the following apparently permanent exhibits:
Precolumbian: Covering the Paleo-Indian through the Late Woodland Periods and revealing 15,000 years of tool evolution.
Political History: Presidential exhibits from 1824 to the present. Also State, Local, Third Party and Political Issues displayed.
Glass: Throughout the Museum for PA, NJ, FL, and GA.
Antique Tools and Equipment: A large variety of 19th and early 20th Century tools and equipment.
Colonial and Pine Barrens: Covering GA, FL, Phila., and NJ including "ghost towns" of Friendship, Washington, Quaker Bridge and Oswego.
Farmstead: Farm equipment from Maple Shade, Pennsauken, Delaware Twp. and Marlton.