About The Pathways of History
Jennifer Coultas, one of the original founders of Pathways, and docent Jayme Januszanis greet visitors at the Miller-Kingsland House in 2022.
The mission of The Pathways of History tour is to highlight the historic resources of Morris County’s all-volunteer organizations.
What is it?
The Pathways of History tour, Morris County’s premier free history weekend, annually highlights over 2 dozen historic sites operated by some of Morris County’s smallest, all-volunteer, and self-sustaining organizations.
How it all began
In 2010, five enthusiastic Morris County historical societies conceived an event designed to highlight their distinctive museums and resources. Now in its 13 th year, The Pathways of History tour, has grown to include 26 non-profit organizations and 27 historic sites.
Begin at any site and travel any Pathway you’d like to enjoy a warm welcome, a taste of some of the incredible history Morris County has to offer, and (as always) free admission at each location.
Welcome to The Pathways of History!
Pathways of History participants would like to recognize our members, donors, friends, and the volunteers who worked to make this year’s tour a success. In particular this year, we’d like to thank the Morris County Heritage Commission whose grant made possible our new website, and Christina Tullo who’s skills and experience turned our thoughts into a functional website. We would also like to thank Amy Curry, Director of the Morris County Historical Society, under whose direction The Pathways of History tour continue to be a success!
Amy Curry, Morris County Historical Society
Ingrid Sceusi, Historical Society of Rockaway Township
John Unger, Roxbury Township Historical Society
Christina Tullo, www.christinatullo.com