July 9, 1864
The Fourteenth New Jersey regiment was part of a force that fought a delaying action along the Monocacy River, near Frederick, Maryland, against Confederate general Jubal Early’s march on Washington D. C., holding up the Confederate advance long enough to save the capital from possible capture.

July 18, 1812
The frigate USS Constitution engaged in an epic slow-motion chase along the Jersey Shore, fleeing a squadron of British Royal Navy warships.

The 995th Signal Port Service Company at Sea Girt, NJ in 1944.

July 20, 2013: “New Jersey at Gettysburg Day,” an official rededication of the New Jersey monuments at Gettysburg Battlefield by the New Jersey Civil War Sesquicentennial Committee.

New Jersey Guardsmen at Sea Girt in June 1917.

The 11th NJ monument at Gettysburg.