|Jockey Hollow in Morristown was popular campground |
for General Washington's army. It was used by portions of
Continental Army for total of 24 months during American Revolution.
|Within Jockey Hollow is Wick Farm & house: |
1400 acres of timberland and open fields
was perfect area for Washington's soldiers to camp
in winter of 1779-80. Thus, Wick farm and adjacent farms
became home to 13,000 soldiers. General Arthur St Clair
made his headquarters at Wick house.
|Wick Farm House guide called herself "Jersey's Revolutionary Snooki"!|
|Temperance Wick's room.|
|Holly tree branch|