By Bob Nesoff and Howard Joseph Cohn
From the cliffs of the Jersey Palisades across from New York City to the hills of the Ramapo Mountains, Bergen County sits at the intersection of one of the most historic and populous regions in America. Historic New Bridge Landing boasts numerous historic sites along the Hackensack River, including the Steuben House, which served as a battleground and headquarters during the American Revolution. The Hermitage in Ho-Ho-Kus was home to multiple families throughout generations of history and played host to George Washington, James Monroe, and Alexander Hamilton. A landmark of early aviation, Teterboro Airport is not only where wealthy and famous jetsetters enter the metropolitan area today, but also home to the Aviation Hall of Fame and Museum. Authors Bob Nesoff and Howard Joseph Cohn take visitors and locals alike on a historic tour of Bergen County.