This September 11 — Learn the remarkable story of local hero Richard Somers and first U.S. war against Jihad.
August 18, 2016

On the night of September 4, 1804,  26 year old Richard Somers and his entire crew were killed during a daring attack on Muslims who had declared Jihad on America and other non-Muslim nations.  Every September, the Somers Point, NJ community holds a ceremony to remember the remarkable story of our local hero and that forgotten war. […]

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