Roebling Museum Saturday Lecture Series: We Are Building As Well As We Know How:
Sep 12, 2018
When 21-year old Charles Roebling joined the family business in 1871 it had about 100 employees, and when he died on October 5, 1918, it employed some 8,000. Charles's passion was building as well as he knew how, and his impressive legacy is manifest today in the monumental Roebling Works in Trenton and in Roebling Village, one of America's finest company town's. In this session, participants will focus on the contributions of Charles Roebling who founded the Village of Roebling and built the Roebling Steel mill and will also discover how this high profile New Jersey family influenced life then and life today.
Included with Museum Admission ($6 for Adults, $5 for Seniors and Children 6-12)
100 Second Avenue
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