In northern New Jersey a Revolutionary War site is in danger due to neglect:
The site is New Bridge Landing, and funding cuts may have a big impact on maintaining the site, including the Steuben House.
New Bridge Landing was the site of a pivotal bridge crossing the Hackensack River, where General George Washington led his troops in retreat from British forces. The area is now a New Jersey historic site in portions of New Milford, River Edge and Teaneck in Bergen County, New Jersey. In the early morning hours of November 20, 1776, Lieutenant General Charles
Cornwallis led a British and Hessian army of about 2,500 soldiers across the Hudson River to New Dock for an attack against Fort Lee, then defended by about 900 soldiers. Washington led his 2,000 troops from Fort Lee in a ragged retreat through present-day Englewood, New Jersey and Teaneck across the Hackensack River at New Bridge. The hasty withdrawal of the American garrison across the Hackensack River at New Bridge preserved them from entrapment on the narrow peninsula between the Hudson and Hackensack Rivers. Washington continued his retreat through early December, passing through Princeton on the way towards and across the Delaware River into Pennsylvania.
See more here.