Henry and Grace Boling founded the Boling Settlement (1857 – ca. 1920) near Port Republic, NJ, and quickly the settlement grew to include many members of their family, as well as the Trusty and Smith families. Over four generations, at least forty members of these families, lived and worked this land, erected a church upon it, and some are buried beneath its soil.
This is the on-line version of an exhibition held during the Spring term of 2013 at the Stockton College Library. It tells the story of the Boling Settlement as gleaned from archival documents and images.