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Here began 
The Old Alpine Trail
used by 
the British troops who 
first appeared in the 
State of New Jersey 
on the stormy night 
of Nov. 18, 1776 in the
unsuccessful effort of 
Cornwallis to intercept 
Washington on his way to Trenton.
Placed by the Polly Wyckoff Chapter
A.D. 1928
OldAlpineTrailmarker.jpg

Marker is at the end of the Alpine Approach Road,
Palisades Interstate Park, Alpine NJ


French Huguenot - Demarest cemetery,
FrenchBuryingGroundMarker
Marker is on Patrolman Ray Woods Lane, New Milford, NJ

French Burying Ground
First used 1677
Placed by
David Demarest Chapter
Daughters of the American Revolution
1955 


Bay-Mass Six soldiers of those killed in the Baylor Massacre were buried here in three abandoned tan vats. The vats were part of a small tan yard, which existed here before the Revolution.
The gravesite was discovered in 1967 and the soldiers were re-interred here in 1972.
Placed by 
David Demarest Chapter
Daughters of the American Revolution
1972
GravesiteMarker

Marker is near the intersection of Red Oak Drive and Rivervale Road, River Vale, NJ


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