Emerson, New Jersey Revolutionary War Sites
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Emerson NJ Historic Sites
Kinderkamack - Emerson NJ
Emerson NJ in the Revolutionary War

Kinderkamack Historic Marker
Kinderkamack Rd. next to the Emerson Train Station
(Intersection at Linwood Ave.)
Map / Directions to the Kinderkamack Historic Marker

This historic marker, which is located next to the Emerson Train Station, explains the history of the Kinderkamack area and Kinderkamack Road. The road was surveyed during the Revolutionary War. A great deal of activity and movements of troops and raiding parties occurred in Bergen County, and Kinderkamack Road was used often by both American and British forces. A ten-mile stretch of road, running from Hackensack to Montvale, still bears the name Kinderkamack Road. This sign is located at the approximate mid-point.[1]

Source Notes:

1. ^ Bergen County Historical Society historic marker

For more information about Revolutionary War activity in Bergen County, see the other town pages in the Bergen County section of this website.

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