An Interview with archaeologist and curator Jeffrey Norcross

Jeffrey Norcross is founder and curator of The South Jersey Museum of American History, located right here in Glassboro. Norcross is an archaeologist with a brimming passion for the artifacts that make up his museum. Many of the antique farming tools on display come directly from Norcross’s family, which have called South Jersey home for many generations. The Museum also sports collections of Native artifacts, antique firearms, political memorabilia, century-old glass bottles that recall Glassboro’s manufacturing history and much more. The Museum’s fascinating items are surely not its only draw. A personal tour from Norcross is filled with in-depth knowledge, humor and genuine pleasure in revealing his life-long passion through the items he has collected.



The South Jersey Museum of American History is located at 123 East High Street, Glassboro, NJ 08028. The Museum is open from 1-5pm Thursday-Sunday. You can reach them at 856-442-0688.

CBS Philly

News, Sports, Weather, Traffic and Philly's Top Spots

Mickey's Rowan Survival Guide

Some senior tips, secrets, and advice to help you survive your first year at Rowan University.

21 & Done.

A guide to surviving your 21st year & where to enjoy it in the greater South Jersey & Philadelphia area.

Tapped SJ

Highlighting the Great Beers and Dedicated Brewers of South Jersey

South Jersey Wine & Dine

A Guide to Buying, Drinking and Enjoying Wine