The History of our Home Page Photo

We chose our name because we wanted something that would reflect our strong patriotism. Liberty and Freedom are our greatest treasures in the country. Our forefathers took great pains to come up with the right wording, the right expression and the right ideals. Liberty for all. So we wanted to include the word liberty and all that it encompasses. They wrote with a Quill. The quill also represents Freedom. Not just freedom of flight but also spiritually. Our backround building is The Indian King Tavern in Haddonfield New Jersey .

On September 20, 1777 the government leaders unanimously resolved “… that the word “State” would be substitued for “Colony” in all public writs and commissions” On that day and forward, New Jersey was no longer a colony. It was a sovereign state. December 18, 1787 it became the third state to join the union

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    1. The Indian King Tavern also know as Creighton House or Creighton Tavern is in Haddonfield New Jersey. In 1745 a merchant purchased the property and the structure was completed 1750. In 1777 it was the meeting site of the New Jersey Assembly that officially ratified the Declaration of Independence and adopted it’s Great Seal. It is a wonderful site to visit. Downstairs there are tunnels that Washington and his men used when alerted that lead as escape routes to various openings around the town of Haddonfield. Some are still in homeowners backyards to this day. Haddonfield as well as Moorestown, Mt. Holly and a few other towns are chock full of history. Anyone visiting South Jersey and is interested history would enjoy these towns and historic land marks.

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