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Temple-Ryan Farmhouse c. 1750Has Been Placed on theNew Jersey Register of Historic PlacesBy the New JerseyDepartment of Environmental ProtectionMay 6, 1971And on theNational Register of Historic PlacesBy the United StatesDepartment of the Interior…
"All our hopes were blasted bythat unhappy affair at Trenton"— Lord George Germain, British Colonel SecretaryBear Tavern RoadHistoric route ofContinental troops to Trenton whereWashington achieved his famous victoryover Rahl's Hessian Brigad…
Dedicated to the memory of General High Mercera distinguished officer in the Continental Army who died from wounds received in the Battle of Princeton, January 3, 1777. From him, Mercer County, created in 1838, received its name.
Thirty-five veterans of the Revolution lie buried here in this 1708 cemetery of the Ewing Presbyterian Church.
Near this site, in the early morning hours of December 26, 1776, General George Washington divided his Continental Army of 2,400 men for a two-pronged, surprise attack on the Hessian garrison in Trenton. One column under the command of General Nat…
This wall encloses a portion of a plot of two acres whereon was erected in 1704 the first Christian church within the present confines of Mercer County.
Early records refer to it as "Hopewell Church" and "Christ Church".
It was built for adh…