North Brunswick Historical Society

The North Brunswick Historical Society has launched its first website.

The site features an array of historical photos throughout its pages, along with a trivia feature and opportunities to join and donate to the Historical Society.

Restoration of the nearly 250 year-old John Buckelew House at the Pulda Farm is prominently featured, including photos and a copy of the Historian’s Report which details the rich history of the house and farm, and the confirmed presence of slaves in the early 19th century.

A Gala page features many photos from the 240th Anniversary Gala in 2014, along with copies of gala programs which include dozens of photos and images from North Brunswick’s past.

Board members have dedicated substantial time and energy throughout the past two years to organize and establish a formal archive. A trove of documents, photographs and ephemera have been inventoried and documented in an archive catalog which is linked on the website. These items can be made available for viewing and copying on request and, in some instances, original items may be available for loan or exhibit.

The society accepts donations of historical items of interest that are directly related to the Township of North Brunswick and municipal life. Photographs, documents, recordings, programs, and other items of cultural interest such as signs and other memorabilia may be shared by email at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or by contacting President Michael Hritz at 732-247-0922 x440.

The website was designed and is hosted by Princeton Online and can be found at www.northbrunswickhistory.org.