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At Washington's request, the Olden family cared for British wounded in this house after the Battle of Princeton.
Betsey Stockton (1798-1865) began life as a slave for the prominent Stockton family in Princeton. When she gained her freedom at the age of 20, she became a missionary, traveling to Hawaii (Sandwich Islands), Canada and Philadelphia, teaching scho…
In 1783, while Congress was meeting at Nassau Hall in nearby Princeton, Rockingham was rented from Margaret Berrien, the widow of NJ Supreme Court Justice John Berrien, for the use of General George Washington. It served as what became his final w…
? ? ? ? ? The Institute Lands are a cherished 589-acre tract of woods and farmlands known for their natural beauty and historical significance. These graceful woods and fields form a key link in a network of preserved open space between the Stony…
In memory ofM. Hartley Dodge, Jr.Class of 1930 Killed in FranceAugust 29, 1930 His sun is gone downwhile it was yet day.
E = mc?‎ (1905) Imagination is more important than knowledge. Knowledge is limited, whereas imagination embraces the entire world.(1929) Born in Ulm Germany on March 14, 1879, Albert Einstein became a resident of Princeton in 1933, re…
A Grateful Class Remembers the Men of 1944 who gave their Lives in World War II Ernest Robinson AckermanArmy Air Corps, BudapestApril 3, 1944 John Crosby Butler, Jr.Marine Air Service, Rota IslandNovember 13, 1944 Francois Louis ChapmanFr…
This property has beenplaced on theNational Registerof Historic Placesby the United StatesDepartment of the InteriorCirca 1725
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