Caldwell's Presbyterian Church
Springfield, New Jersey
Mid Century Linen Postcard in Good, Posted in 1944 Condition. This Colorcraft post card was made by The Dexter Press of Pearl River New York and published by Nathan H. Weinstein of Union, New Jersey.
Back of Card:
During the Battle of Springfield in the American Revolution this church was subjected to heavy fire and is known all over the country as the church of the militant parson, James Caldwell, who during a shortage of gun wadding ran out with hymnals and uttered his famous remark, "Give 'em Watts, boys."
The Parsonage, Union, New Jersey (1782) original building burned by the British after murder of Hannah Caldwell, wife of Rev. James Caldwell, killed by British soldier, June 7, 1780.
Genealogists and those interested in Genealogy, Card addressed to:
Mrs. James C. Sell
Green Lane, PA
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