The Jersey Shore, Homes in Downtown Freehold, c1900

After the Battle of Monmouth during the Revolutionary War, the township of Freehold prospered as a center for agricultural trade with New York City and Philadelphia. However, residents of Freehold�s downtown and the farmers in the surrounding fields soon found themselves disagreeing about allocation of tax dollars. After decades of tension, parties on both sides agreed to a split: in 1919, downtown became the Borough of Freehold, while the surrounding farmland became the Township of Freehold.

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The Jersey Shore, Homes in Downtown Freehold, c1900

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