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America's 10 Richest Counties -     9. Morris County, N.J.    Average income: $ 128,371    Morris County, located about 25 miles from New York City, is another county within easy commuting distance to Manhattan. It includes Harding Township once named one of the richest zip codes in the U.S. by Forbes.

America's 10 Richest Counties - 9. Morris County, N.J. Average income: $ 128,371 Morris County, located about 25 miles from New York City, is another county within easy commuting distance to Manhattan. It includes Harding Township once named one of the richest zip codes in the U.S. by Forbes.

OldHouses.com - 1790 Colonial - The Powerville House in Boonton Township, New Jersey

OldHouses.com - 1790 Colonial - The Powerville House in Boonton Township, New Jersey

Historical Society of Boonton Township. Rockaway Valley United Methodist Church and Rockaway Valley Cemetery; 38 Valley Road, Boonton Township.

Historical Society of Boonton Township. Rockaway Valley United Methodist Church and Rockaway Valley Cemetery; 38 Valley Road, Boonton Township.

Waterloo Village, 19th century Morris Canal port town, is a National Historic Site. It is located along the banks of the Musconectcong River in the in Sussex County, New Jersey. The Village, totaling over 400 acres, is managed by Waterloo Foundation.

Waterloo Village, 19th century Morris Canal port town, is a National Historic Site. It is located along the banks of the Musconectcong River in the in Sussex County, New Jersey. The Village, totaling over 400 acres, is managed by Waterloo Foundation.

Perhaps you have family members buried here.   Greenwood Cementary Boonton NJ

Perhaps you have family members buried here. Greenwood Cementary Boonton NJ

The Wick House at Jockey Hollow, within Morristown National Historical Park, was built between 1747 and 1750 by Henry Wick. The home served as the quarters of Major Joseph Bloomfield of the Third New Jersey Regiment during the winter of 1776-1777. Later, it also served as the winter headquarters of General Arthur St. Clair in 1779-1780. The Continental Army spent that winter camped on the Wick and Kimbel Farms. Discover more history @ www.thehistorygirl.com

The Wick House at Jockey Hollow, within Morristown National Historical Park, was built between 1747 and 1750 by Henry Wick. The home served as the quarters of Major Joseph Bloomfield of the Third New Jersey Regiment during the winter of 1776-1777. Later, it also served as the winter headquarters of General Arthur St. Clair in 1779-1780. The Continental Army spent that winter camped on the Wick and Kimbel Farms. Discover more history @ www.thehistorygirl.com

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