Noteworthy Links –  Victorian Society In America. Website for our parent organization . – League of Historical Societies of NJ. Hold various cultural and historic events. – Montclair History Center.  Includes 4 historic Montclair homes and offers tours and educational programs. – Lambert Castle & Passaic County Historical Society. This 1890’s English-style castle and museum is home to the historical society which holds Gilded-Age themed meetings and events throughout the year. Self-guided tours available. – Cedar Grove Historical Society and Morgan Farm and Museum. The Society presents programs of historical interest, open to the public. The historic 1845 Morgan Museum house is open for tours and operates its Farm Stand on Saturdays from late May through October. – Liberty Hall.  A stately 1772 house on Kean University campus, home to NJ’s first elected governor. Open for tours. – Morris County Tourism Bureau. Lists historic sites and historical societies in Morris County. Various events, activities and tours available.  – Discover NJ A new website featuring stories and videos with themes of Diversity, Liberty and Innovation  in NJ history dating back to the American Revolution. – NJ Civil War Heritage Association – A source for local history for civil war buffs.– “Victoria.” Popular PBS television drama about the life of Queen Victoria, starting from her teenage years. Currently showing its 2nd season. – Preview of the film “Victoria and Abdul.” An Indian clerk befriends the aging Queen Victoria. Currently playing in local cinemas. – “Victorian Slum House.” A PBS television show that premiered May 2, 2017.