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Maureen Walls Savage was American history professor. Grantee New Jersey History Society, Historic Commission Cape May County.


Savage, Maureen Walls was born on November 16, 1930 in Paterson, New Jersey, United States. Daughter of George A. and Mary Duffy Walls.


Bachelor, Rutgers University, Newark, 1963. Master of Arts, Rutgers University, New Brunswick, New Jersey, 1974.


Teacher social studies, English grades 7-8 public schools, Orange, New Jersey, 1963—1966, teacher social studies, English, world history grades 7-12 Cranford, 1966—1988. Professor political science College St. Elizabeth, Convent Station, 1998. Professor Irish history and culture Stockton College, Pomona, 1993—2003.


Historian Center for Community Arts, Cape May, New Jersey, 1996—2006. Curator Historic Colonial House, 2003, African American history exhibits, since 1996. President, vice president, moderator League of Women Voters, Cape May County, since 1990, nominating committee state board, since 2002.

Leader New Jersey delegate 75th anniversary women's suffrage re-enactment, Washington, 1995. Member of Greater Cape May History Society (vice president since 2001), Irish American Cultural Society.


  • Other Interests

    Piano, history, Irish dancing, travel, theater.


Married Harry Michael Savage, November 27, 1948. Children: Terry, Aileen, Kathleen, Timothy, Russell.

George A.

Mary Duffy Walls

Harry Michael Savage

Terry Savage

Aileen Savage

Kathleen Savage

Timothy Savage

Russell Savage