Henry Wick's Farm. Jockey Hollow. Farmhouse.
(c. 1500 - present)
18th c American Vernacular Environment
Morristown (near). New Jersey.USA
Morristown National Historical Park. Jockey Hollow Visitor Center.
10,000 American Revolutionary soldiers camped out on Henry Wick's farm during the campaign of 1779-1780. His home became the headquarters for General Anthony St, Claire, commander of the Pennsylvania Line.
Caption: AMERICAN| Henry Wick's Farm. Jockey Hollow. |Farmhouse. |1779-1780 | American |
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