Historic Cold Spring Village

A 19th Century Rural Farm Village

Making Bread The Cape May County settlers of the nineteenth century lived a life in harmony with the seasons and the environment The resources of the ocean, bay, meadow and marsh provided their sustenance, shelter and livelihood. This way of life colored their speech, religious beliefs and social values Throughout the season, Visitors to Historic Cold Spring Village can share the experience of this bygone era and become directly involved in the daily life of' a century and a half ago. Historic Cold Spring Village lets you and your family "live a little history" Chat with the "locals" in the Dennisville Inn or watch the printer create "broadsides" for the sale of goods as well as pamphlets for local societies.
"Cold Spring, ten miles South of the courthouse, is a thickly settled agricultural neighborhood, containing about 40 houses within the circle of a mile. It derives its name from an excellant spring of cold water flowing up through the salt marsh, which is much frequented by sojourners at Cape Island."
                                          Barber & Howe, 1846

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Updated April 14, 1998
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