Passaic Fish Weir Complex (The Public History Project)

Organization logo: stylized image of a drawn oyster shell

Many of road networks in present-day New Jersey are a result of the robust human activities surrounding the weir complex. While only one of the original sixteen weirs remains intact, these significant structures speak to the abundant Indigenous community life in the estuarial region.

Public History Project is currently developing an interactive map to bring forth the archaeological, linguistic, historical and ecological significance of this site.