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In loving memory of Fire FightersRobert J. Mizopalkoborn 9/16/1952Joseph F. Woods, Jr.born 11/25/1960The supreme sacrifice was made by these two brave men on the morning of August 4, 1986 while fighting a 3rd alarm fire at 121 South Warren St. Tho…
"Eternal Vigilance is the Price of Liberty"Marking route taken by Washington from Philadelphia to Cambridge to assume command of the Patriot Army in 1775
Here stood the first municipal building in Trenton, 1809 - 1837. Later used as a public school, the present building, erected 1850, was the first school house to be built from public funds in the Trenton of that day.
Here in the house ofAlexander DouglassWashingtoncalled a council of waron the evening ofJanuary 2, 1777when theflank movement toPrincetonwas decided upon
This tablet commemorates the signing of the ratification of the Constitution of the United States by the thirty-nine commissioners of the State of New Jersey, executed on the site of this bank on the 18th day of December 1787.
The one hundred a…
(Marker to the left of the entrance):A Bicentennial Commemorative SiteRecognizing America's200th Year of LibertyOld Masonic Lodge Building(Now open to the public)Used by Trenton Masonscontinuously since 1793.(Marker to the right of the entrance):O…
During the Revolution, Fitch manufactured guns for the Continental Army at this site. In 1786, he built the first boat in America to be propelled by steam. His last steamboat made regular Trenton - Philadelphia runs on the Delaware in 1790.
Here, in 1750, Benjamin Yard made steel in an iron works founded by Isaac Harrow 1733-'34. The mill was on Petty's Run which now flows underground. It was one of the earliest steel mills in America and a forerunner of the great industries of Trenton.
Established 1734 on west bank of Petty's Run near here. Sold to Benjamin Yard in 1745. New Jersey's first iron works. Manufactured household and farming tools and equipment.
Brig. Gen. Zebulon Pike, explorer, born near here, 1779. Captured York, Canada, 1813, but killed in attack. Pike's Peak named for him.
(on the bench beneath the sign)N. J.U. S. D.1812General Zebulon Montgomery PikeBorn in New Jersey January 5, …