@MarthaFurnace@PineBarrens bog iron smelting furnace that flourished 1793-1845. Village once included the furnace, a stamping mill, blacksmith shop, sawmill, gristmill, store, school, hospital, an ironmaster’s house and about 50 additional houses.
1869 @FriendshipNJ saw 3,000-acre *cranberry farm. Today, foundation ruins of the abandoned cranberry town can be found in the field to the east side of Carranza Road and south side of Friendship-Speedwell Road @PineBarrens
@TuckertonMound@PineBarrens at Great Bay off the coast of Tuckerton, NJ. Mound of seashells created by indigenous people who would travel to the Great Bay seasonally, is thought to be 10,000 years old. *Lenape "hummock" man-made island. 14 ft deep.
@BlueHole@PineBarrens home of *JerseyDevil was once accessible by a bridge that was washed away in the 1960s. Combined with the stories of beasts and drowned swimmers, few people travel to the Blue Hole for fear of what might be found there