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historicalmarkerproject/markers/HM17K1_washingtons-spring_Princeton-NJ.html
General George Washington andhis soldiers paused to drinkwater from a nearby springafter the Battle of Princeton onJanuary 3rd 1777. NJ Society Sons of the RevolutionAugust 2002
historicalmarkerproject/markers/HM17K0_english-boxwood-plants_Princeton-NJ.html
These English Boxwood plantswere grown fromGeorge Washington's hedgesplanted November 1798on his Mount Vernon estate.
historicalmarkerproject/markers/HM17JZ_nassau-inn-1756-1937_Princeton-NJ.html
The original "Nassau Inn" stood on this site for nearly 200 years. Many of America's early statesmen stopped overnight in this half-way house on the stage coach journey between New York and Philadelphia. At times as many as thirty coaches left thi…
historicalmarkerproject/markers/HM17JY_the-washington-rochambeau-historic-route_Princeton-NJ.html
On this site, the allied American and French troops of Generals Washington and Le Comte de Rochambeau encamped August 29 to September 1, 1781 enroute to theirVictory at YorktownAmerican independence was assured there in Virginia by the defeat and …
historicalmarkerproject/markers/HM17JV_joseph-hewes_Princeton-NJ.html
Born here, 1730, he latermoved to North Carolina.He signed the Declarationof Independence for thatstate in 1776.
historicalmarkerproject/markers/HM16CH_walter-cope-faia-john-stewardson-faia_Princeton-NJ.html
Walter Cope, FAIAOct. 1, 1860 ? Oct. 31, 1902John Stewardson, FAIAMar. 21, 1856 ? Jan. 6, 1896———————-Architects of Blair Hall, Little Hall and the University Gymnasium.Masters in their Art and an Uplifti…
historicalmarkerproject/markers/HM16CG_nathaniel-fitz-randolph_Princeton-NJ.html
Near this spot lie the remains of Nathaniel Fitz Randolph, the generous giver of the land upon which the original buildings of this University were erected. In Agro Jacet Nostro Immo Svo
historicalmarkerproject/markers/HM16BD_bainbridge-house_Princeton-NJ.html
1766 Bainbridge House158 Nassau Street
historicalmarkerproject/markers/HM16BC_w-3-r_Princeton-NJ.html
Washington - RochambeauRevolutionary RouteNational Historic Trail www.w3r-us.org
historicalmarkerproject/markers/HM16BB_twentieth-century-changes_Princeton-NJ.html
After Bayard Stockton died in 1928, Robert Wood Johnson, head of Johnson & Johnson, rented Morven. He used it as a comfortable suburban retreat, keeping horses in the stable and adding recreational facilities. In 1939, he had plans drawn up for le…
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