The New Jersey Lighthouse Society (NJLHS) was formed in 1989 as a state chapter of the United States Lighthouse Society. In 1994, the chapter became the New Jersey Lighthouse Society, one of the largest regional lighthouse societies in the United States. The society counts among its membership more than 1000 people throughout the United States and the world.
The Society is dedicated to
fostering an appreciation of the history about and to
support the preservation of lighthouses everywhere. The
main focus of the NJLHS in these efforts is on the New
Jersey, Delaware Bay and New York Harbor regions. Every
year, the organization raises funds to help benefit the
lighthouses in these areas. Society membership is very
active in helping to preserve the
Please explore this website and learn more about NJLHS. Thanks for visiting.
Upcoming EventsView past issues of the "Beam".
Meetings & Previous Meeting Minutes
Latest site updates w/links
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Next meeting: June 22, 2019. Near
Absecon, More info posted
Outreach programs for 2019 are posted.
Ways and Means page has been
redone with new items. Check it out
Final Newsletter from Steve Murray regarding
Hereford Lighthouse(.pdf file)
View Mike Boucher's Australia trip
presentation from the holiday meeting.
Finns point Gift Shop now a reality.
All issues thru Dec 2017 are posted
NEWLY UPDATED 10/29/2018.
Previous Meeting minutes are now online.
Read old and historic books online
Downloadable versions available
Al Smith - Jan 16, 2019
Mary Catherine Kennedy
Updated Video Page
Now with HD videos
Also on INSTAGRAM @njlhs
WHERE IN THE WORLD IS THE LIGHTHOUSE !
1} South & North Mole
2} Europa Point
3} Gibb’s Hill
4} Cabo Espiritu Santo
5} Punta Celerain
6} Elbow Cay
7} Rubjerg Fyr
8} Inishowen Head
9} South Stack
10} Tranoy Fyr
CLICK HERE FOR ANSWERS
MATCH NUMBERS COLUMN WITH ALPHA COLUMN
A} Jutland, Denmark
B} Hamaroy, Norway
C} Cozumel, Mexico
D} Holyhead, Wales
E} Freemantle, Australia
G} Southampton, Bermuda
H} Strait of Magellan, Chile
I} Abaco Island, Bahamas
J} County Donegal, Ireland
A few facts about Atlantic City
-- It is the home of the tallest lighthouse in New Jersey with 228 steps reaching 171 feet. It is the
third tallest in the United States.
-- The boardwalk was the first built in the United States. Built in 1870.
-- The boardwalk Convention Hall is home to the largest pipe organ in the world. With over 33,000
pipes, it is the loudest and largest musical instrument in the world.
-- The Miss America competition was originated here back in 1921.
If you found
the information on this site helpful/informative/useful
and would like
to contribute to the efforts of the NJLHS, a 501c3 organization,
please make a donation to:
NJLHS, PO Box 332, Navesink, NJ 07752-0332.
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