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Replica of the John Stevens Locomotive.

John Stevens (VII) and Emily Lewis Stevens (cousins) at the Stevens Celebration.

Replica of the John Stevens Locomotive that ran on a circular track at Castle Point in Hoboken New Jersey.

Colonel John Stevens (III) determined in his belief in a steam railroad, decided to bring his vision to the people, since those in official capacity would do no more than listen to his pleas. Accordingly, in 1825, he built the country's first…

Colonel John Stevens (III) determined in his belief in a steam railroad, decided to bring his vision to the people, since those in official capacity would do no more than listen to his pleas. Accordingly, in 1825, he built the country's first…

Replica of the Yacht America sailing in 1967.

New York sky-line from Castle Point showing the Metropolitan Life Insurance Building's tower. The ferryboat showed in the foreground was designed by Colonel Edwin A. Stevens, a son of the Founder of Stevens Institute.

The Ferryboat "Bergen" was designed by Colonel Edwin A. Stevens (II), in 1899. This was the first ferryboat to be fitted with screw propellers instead of paddle wheels.

Designed and built by Colonel John Stevens (III) at Hoboken, N.J. in 1804, was the first steamboat propelled by twin screws.

Colonel John Stevens (III) seeking to overcome the tendency of his 1802 screw propelled steamboat to move in circles,…

Mary Picton Stevens, a daughter of John Stevens, the eldest son of Edwin A. and Martha B (Dod) Stevens Married Ogden Hammond at Castle Point, April 1907.