The Mount Tabor Record was a local newspaper published from 1877 to 1887 that chronicled the comings and goings in Mount Tabor, including text of the Sunday sermons, who was staying with whom, and sketches of everyday life on the Hill. Published in the office of the Iron Era, Dover, New Jersey. Later the Record was published in the office of the Banner, Morristown, New Jersey. The Mount Tabor Record is now available for viewing/downloading online at the Drew University Library Catalog. The MTHS is pleased to partner with the United Methodist Archive/Special Collections to make this public access possible.
An article on Mount Tabor written after the 2013 House Tour:
”Mount Tabor: An hour and a world away from midtown,” by Janet Strong
There’s No Place Like Tabor Lake (An Ever-Evolving Web Scrapbook)
Antonio Petruccelli (1907-1994) Artist, illustrator, resident of Mt. Tabor.
Chris Mullen’s excellent U.K. site is a tribute to our accomplished former resident, who was a friend to many in the community. The site contains views of magazine cover illustrations and other artwork, as well as correspondence and recollections.
Finding Aid to the Records of the Mount Tabor Band at the Morristown and Morris Township Library
Dover Area Historical Society
Denville String Band
The Mount Tabor Band School
OTHER FORMER CAMP MEETING SITES
Historical Society of Ocean Grove
Ocean Grove Camp Meeting Association
Pitman New Jersey
Washington Grove, Maryland
Village of Round Lake, New York
VICTORIAN INTEREST SITES
The Victorian Society in America
The Victorian Web
Victoriana, Resources for Victorian Living
An Online Dating Guide to Courting in the Victorian Era
RESEARCH THE HISTORY OF A HOUSE
Guide to Researching the History of a House