Stoutsburg  Sourland  African  American  Museum 
Stoutsburg  Sourland  African  American  Museum  ®  P.O. Box 162, Hopewell,  NJ  08525

Our Mission:                             Symposium a Success!
The mission of the Stoutsburg Sourland African American Museum is to tell the story of the unique culture, experiences, and contributions of the African American community of the Sourland Mountain Region of central New Jersey.
Stoutsburg Sourland
African American Museum will be at
189 Hollow Road
Skillman, New Jersey
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Currently the museum 
is still in the planning stages and not open to the public. Please follow us on Facebook 

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The Museum is a 
not-for-profit 501 c3
and as such is always 
looking for donations
of funds, artifacts &
Book Project:  
“If These Stones Could Talk” New Jersey residents Elaine Buck and  Beverly 
Mills collect decades of research, oral histories, 
land deeds, church re-cords, and preserved cemetery plots tracing 
the legacy of slavery in 
small town America.
Read more.....
Third statewide symposium on November 1, well attended.    
SSAAM in the News ..... 
Hopewell Valley Neighbors talks to SSAAM 
Advisory Board member Beverly Mills.                    Read the article
  This project is partially funded by grants from the Somerset County Historic Preservation Office and New Jersey Council for the Humanities. 
Museum Update: 
Future Museum Site Moves Toward Historic Nomination 
Read about the process and why it's so important. 
   A Proud Heritage
   SSAAM in the community
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Save this Date!
Soul Food
Saturday, June 30th
to benefit the 
Stoutsburg Sourland African American Museum