The Burlington County Prison/ William Felton

This a photo of The Burlington County Prison completed in 1811 located on High Street in Mt. Holly, NJ. Currently, the prison has been renovated and is being used as a museum. The prison includes 2 foot thick walls made out of stone. As a result of this, the Burlington County Prison is known as the first fire-proof building in the United States. The prison was constructed and built by Robert Mills.

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