Our Museum is not a building filled with artifacts;

it's a building filled with History, told with artifacts

The Museum

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.

Jeffrey Norcross, Curator

Mr. Norcross is a graduate of the University of West Florida, with degrees in History and religion. He studied under Archaeologist Warren Wilkerson of Jacksonville, Florida and Curator Dorothy Nelson of the Thunderbird Museum, Mount Laurel, New Jersey. He has undertaken field work at over 120 historical sites and has been Curator of the South Jersey Museum of American History for over 20 years.

The History of Us


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Glassboro, NJ 08028

of American History

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