The National Guard Militia Museum of New Jersey, Inc. is a non-profit 501(c)3 organization that supports the collections, exhibitions and educational programs of the museum through volunteerism, advocacy and fundraising.

Memberships allow the NGMMNJ, Inc. to continue its important work and enable the museum to continue its excellent exhibits and programming. Please join today and support the National Guard Militia Museum of New Jersey. Becoming a member helps to preserve our precious history and heritage.

Annual dues are $15 for 1 year for individuals, $25 for 2 years and $35 for 3 years. Lifetime Memberships were a one-time fee of $250.00. We are now offering Life Memberships at a reduced, HALF PRICE DISCOUNT rate of only $125.00.

To join, please print the Membership Application and send with a check for the appropriate amount to: NGMMNJ, Inc., 151 Eggerts Crossing Road, Lawrenceville, NJ 08648 ATTN: Membership.

For additional information please call (609) 530-6802.

June 9, 1922
The Princeton Battle Monument, created by sculptor Frederick MacMonnies and architect Thomas Hastings to commemorate General George Washington’s January 3, 1777 victory over the British, was dedicated by President Warren Harding.

May 9, 1779
Eighty-nine-year-old Douwe Talema (aka Tallman) was mortally wounded by bayonet wielding Loyalists during a raid, dying two days later.  Talema’s grave marker is in the Sautjes Begraven Ground Cemetery in Demarest, NJ.

May 7, 1995
The New Jersey Vietnam Veterans’ Memorial, situated alongside the Garden State Parkway in Holmdel, was dedicated.

The 13th New Jersey Infantry Regiment monument at Gettysburg.

Governor Brendan Byrne checks out an M-60 machine gun while visiting NJ National Guard soldiers of the 50th Armored Division training at Camp Drum, NY, in the 1970s.

The 7th New Jersey Infantry Regiment monument at Gettysburg.

Battery C, NJ National Guard artillery from East Orange practices during Mexican border duty in 1916.