Invite a friend
Share the History Day
Learn about the early days of Galloway which included Port Republic, Brigantine, and parts of Absecon, Egg Harbor City, and Atlantic City.
If you have it and want it to be a part of Galloway history, please bring your Family Albums, Post Cards, Wills, Deeds, Documents, School Pictures, Team Pictures, Genealogies, Books, Letters, Advertisements, Business Cards, Scrapbooks, Lodge and Club memorabila, and anything else that's old and pertains to Galloway and anything historic.
We will be set up to copy or photograph it while you are right there and add it to the Galloway Historical Society Collection.
This event is hosted by the Galloway Township Historical Society and will take place in the Galloway Historical Room in the Municipal Complex. Park in the west parking lot. Coffee and snacks will be served.
More About Galloway Township
Galloway Township was founded in 1774 by King George III of England, and was originally part of the Old Gloucester County. Galloway is the largest municipality in South Jersey, in terms of area covered, and has a population of over 31,000 people. The township government is made up of a seven-person council, and the mayor is selected by the council members after they are elected. The mayor has no more power than the other members of the council. The day-to-day operations, however, are run by the Township Manager.