Tenafly, New Jersey Revolutionary War Sites
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REVOLUTIONARY WAR SITES IN TENAFLY, NEW JERSEY

Tenafly New Jersey during the Revolutionary War
1776 BRITISH & HESSIAN INVASION ROUTE MARKERS
Tenafly, New Jersey

1776 British & Hessian Invasion Route Markers
Tenafly Rd. and Westervelt Ave.
Tenafly Rd. and Leonard Ave.
Map / Directions to British & Hessian Invasion Route Markers

On November 20, 1776, British and Hessian forces invaded New Jersey by crossing the Hudson River from New York. They came ashore at Huyler's Landing (also known as Lower Closter Landing), moved inland up Huyler's Landing Road, and headed south down this road towards the American troops at Fort Lee. Historic Markers along Tenafly Road mark their route.

See the Fort Lee page of this website for a detailed description of the events surrounding Fort Lee and the invasion.

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This website, its text and photographs are © 2009 -2017 Al Frazza. All rights reserved.