East Millstone, New Jersey

East Millstone, New Jersey


East Millstone, New Jersey

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East Millstone is a census-designated place and historic district within Franklin Township, in Somerset County, New Jersey, United States. It is a small rural community that grew and prospered with a small industrial base in the 19th Century, centered around the Delaware and Raritan Canal at Amwell Road and the long-abandoned Millstone and New Brunswick Railroad that terminated in East Millstone. East Millstone was an independent municipality from 1873-1949.

The independent municipality of Millstone, New Jersey -- a borough which is not part of Franklin Township -- is located across the Millstone River, which is directly west of the Delaware and Raritan Canal.

East Millstone maintains its rural character into the 21st Century, with a firehouse, a post office and just a handful of local businesses. The housing stock is also quite old, with no new development in the East Millstone section of Franklin Township in recent years. William B. Brahms, Franklin Township, Somerset County, NJ: A History, FTPL; ISBN 0-9668586-0-3


East Millstone existed as an independent municipality for over 75 years. It was incorporated as a town by an Act of the New Jersey Legislature on February 18, 1873, from portions of Franklin Township, and survived on its own until December 31, 1949, when it was returned to Franklin Township."The Story of New Jersey's Civil Boundaries: 1606-1968", John P. Snyder, Bureau of...
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