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The Historic Village at Allaire

Non-Profit / Volunteer Organizations
4263 Atlantic Avenue Wall Township, New Jersey 07727 United States
732-253-4975 website

About Us
The Historic Village at Allaire is one of the premier living history museums in the state of New Jersey. A living history museum portrays the everyday lives of people whose stories are often lost in the grander schemes of history.

The Historic Village at Allaire was once an iron-producing factory-town known as the Howell Iron Works Co. The Village was a self-sufficient community containing a carpentry and pattern making shop a blacksmith shop a bakery a boarding house a blast furnace mills to finish iron products a school a church a general store with a post office and workers' home. Iron produced at the village was shipped to New York City by wagon and steamship. It was used to produce steam engines parts in a factory also owned by our proprietor James P. Allaire. The Howell Iron Works was a typical community at the time and speaks to the experiences of the economic and social changes of those who experienced early Industrial America.
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