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Religious Community’s Impact on Cape May County History Program to Be Held Oct. 19

County Clerk and Historian Rita Marie Fulginiti (right) and Laurie Boyd-Thomas

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COURT HOUSE — From the early Quakers of Upper Township, Baptists of Middle Township, Presbyterians of Lower Township to the Methodists of Ocean City, Jews of Woodbine and Wildwood and the Roman Catholics of the shore and mainland, the religious community has had a social, political, and economic impact on Cape May County history. Join Cape May County Clerk and Historian, Rita Marie Fulginiti and her staff as they tell the stories of Revival, Rebellion, and Redemption found in the public records archives of the Cape May County Clerk’s Office.
The 12th Annual Cape May County Archives Day Program begins at 10:00 a.m., Oct. 19, 2016 at the Historic Courthouse, 11 North Main St, Cape May Court House, with registration and refreshments at 9:30 a.m.
For more information on this free program or to pre-register, call 609-465-1020 or email

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