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The Old Barracks is recognized as a National Historic Landmark for its significance as the finest example of colonial barracks in the United States and because of its role in the Battles of Trenton during the Revolutionary War. It is also signific…
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Isaac Watson built this early colonial dwelling in 1708. The surrounding area is the famous Indian site, The Abbot Farm.
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? New JerseyPennsylvania??New YorkSan Francisco? Leb-IronPermanentGuide Board The Lincoln Highway OfficialGuide Post Adopted A.D. 1917 Cast byThe Lebanon Machine CoLebanon NHPatent applied for
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Built in 1758 forBritish troops ofthe French andIndian War. Hessianswere here at theBattle of Trenton.
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New Jersey maintains offices all across the State in support of the business of government. The very first of these facilities, the offices of the Secretary of State and the Clerk of the Supreme Court, was situated on this spot within a one-story …
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The State Street Locks were located here. The canal was 42.9 miles long and there were 14 locks between Bordentown and New Brunswick via Bound Brook. The feeder extended 21.6 miles from Raven Rock. The main stream was 75 feet wide and 8 feet deep.…
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A Bicentennial commemorative site recognizing America's 200th year of liberty Mount Zion A.M.E. ChurchThe Oldest Black Church in TrentonIncorporated by slaves and freedmen 1811Original edifice this site 1819Member Founding Conference African Me…
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Born Nov. 11, 1836, in Trenton.He started in the printing business at an early age and became foreman of the Trenton True American print shop. He started the penny daily newspaper The Emporium, which remained in operation from 1867 to 1897. In 190…
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Born Jan. 8, 1821, in England, he emigrated to America at an early age.Borrow drew the plans for the Cooper-Hewitt rolling mill, the first three-high beam rolling mill of its kind in the world, located on the Delaware River in Trenton. Later he be…
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Dedicated May 9, 19921792 - 1992 (On the Left Side)In MemoriamOfficer Jacob Reupp 6-14-1875Officer George B. Grover 6-15-17Officer John J. Clowar 11-16-64Officer George L. Ambrosio 12-8-79 Oh almighty god,Watch over all police officers,Prote…
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