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Historic Trenton

by Louise Hewitt

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Published by Smith Press in Trenton, N.J .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Trenton (N.J.)
    • Subjects:
    • Trenton (N.J.) -- History

    • Edition Notes

      Statementcomp. by Louise Hewitt.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsF144.T7 H5
      The Physical Object
      Pagination103 p.
      Number of Pages103
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL6597574M
      LC Control Number17012860
      OCLC/WorldCa4039008

      Book/Printed Material History of the city of Trenton, New Jersey: embracing a period of nearly two hundred years, commencing in , the first settlement of the town, and extending up to the present time, with official records of the population, extent of the town at different periods, its manufactories, church history, and fire department. In , the railroad arrived to connect Frenchtown with Trenton and Phillipsburg. In the borough was created, by cutting off part of Alexandria Township, with more acreage added from Kingwood in In the borough bought an chapel from the Presbyterian congregation and converted it into our Borough Hall, which is on Second Street.

      The construction of a RCAF Station Trenton, a major Royal Canadian Air Force base just east of Trenton was started in , and remains a major employer and Canada's largest air force base. For a considerable time, the town about km east of Toronto was the motion picture-making capital of Canada as Trenton's Film Plant studio churned out. Trenton Historic Hotels: Browse our selection of over hotels in Trenton GA. Conveniently book with Expedia to save time & money!

      Book with Confidence. Price Match Guarantee. United States of America • New Jersey • Historic Hotels in Trenton Historic Hotels in Trenton, current page Featured Trenton Historic Hotels. Estimated price for 1 night/2 adults Holiday Inn Express Bordentown - Trenton /5. The result of the Battle of Trenton was the turning point of the Revolutionary War. A great many of the old landmarks have gone, but a few still remain. This little book is merely to tell in a brief way where these landmarks are, or where they once stood, and of the prin- cipal historic facts connected with the old town.


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Historic Trenton (Classic Reprint) [Louise Hewitt] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Excerpt from Historic Trenton Trenton has always been an important spot in our country's history and growth.

The result of the Battle of Trenton was the turning point of the Revolutionary War. A great many of the old landmarks have gone. Genre/Form: History: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Hewitt, Louise. Historic Trenton. Trenton, N.J., Smith Press, (OCoLC) Material Type.

The Trenton Historical Society, established inmaintains archives in the Trenton High School and the Trenton Veterans Memorial Library. Using the resources of the Trenton Historical Society and the Trenton Historical Commission, files from the Trenton Police and Fire Departments, and a myriad of other sources, this pictorial history by Linda Mierzejewski and Carol Hendricks tells the Pages: The archives of the Trenton Historical Society is located in Room of Trenton High School and we also have a few collections in the local history room at the Trenton Veterans Memorial Library.

Our archives at Trenton High School are open every Tuesday from am until noon. Other times may be made available upon request. On the 1st Tuesday Historic Trenton book the 4th Saturday of each month the Trenton. The Trenton Historical Society, established inmaintains archives in the Trenton High School and the Trenton Veterans Memorial Library.

Using the resources of the Trenton Historical Society and the Trenton Historical Commission, files from the Trenton Police and Fire Departments, and a myriad of other sources, this pictorial history by Linda Mierzejewski and Carol Hendricks tells the /5(4).

Our comment section has tips from fellow guests that may lead you to a terrific place to have lunch or more places to go while you are in Trenton. Book Your Trenton Historic Hotel. Trenton has vintage hotels Historic Trenton book possess the feel and look of another era.

Some of these lodgings are where respected poets may have stayed. The Trenton Historical Society receives operating support grants from the New Jersey Historical Commission, a division of the Department of State.

We thank the NJHC for its generous support. Join the THS Preservation Committee. THE HISTORIC FIVE POINTS. Several days before the Battle of Trenton, Colonel Johann Gottlieb Rall, commander of the Hessian forces in the village, accompanied by Captain George Heinrich Pauli, an engineer officer, made a survey of the site where Brunswick, Princeton and Pennington Avenue now intersect with Broad and Warren Streets, for the purpose of placing a fortification there to defend.

The Grand Lodge of New Jersey - Museum of Masonic Culture' ( Barracks Street, Trenton NJ) will be having an open house and work party on Monday, Decem beginning at am.

Don't miss this opportunity to see all our new exhibits. For more information, please contact Glenn 5/5(5). This is intended to be a complete list of properties and districts listed on the National Register of Historic Places in Mercer County, New locations of National Register properties and districts (at least for all showing latitude and longitude coordinates below) may be seen in an online map by clicking on "Map of all coordinates".

A list of Revolutionary War sites in Trenton, New Jersey. The historic sites in Trenton NJ include the Trenton Battle Monument, St Mary's Church, Colonel Rall Headquarters, John Fitch's Gun Shop, St.

Micheals Church, Abraham Hunt House Site, Old Barracks, First Presbyterian Church Cemetery, Quaker Meeting House, Alexander Douglas House, and the William Trent House. Historic Trenton Item Preview remove-circle Internet Archive Contributor Allen County Public Library Genealogy Center Language English.

16 Notes. No copyright page found. No table-of-contents pages found. Photo copied book. Narrow or no margins. Text extends off page. Addeddate Bookplateleaf Call number. This historic district in Trenton today is being largely converted into upscale loft apartments and a museum.

Cooper Hewitt, Trenton Iron Works, Trenton Iron Company have all occupied this site at one time or another. This rare map from shows the Trenton Iron Company before Mr.

Cooper acquired it and changed the name to Trenton Iron Works. Attitudes toward preservation of historic structures in Gastonia seem to be changing for the better. It has been a long journey. (Previously) The historic Trenton Mill, Gastonia's second textile factory and the oldest still standing, is threatened with demolition along with the architecturally important Coca-Cola bottling plant.

It has hosted book clubs, and Peoples and Stories, and poetry open mics. They supported authors–from neighborhood Shakespeares to Pultizer Prize winning Yusef Komunyakaa. They printed the Trenton Review, hosted booksignings and sponsored the Trenton Book Fair.

Situated in the shadow of Veterans Park, this elegant historic site still houses a secret involving patriot funds hidden from the British as they were advancing on Trenton in November of Abbott, a bachelor 87 years old when he died in lived in the house built in by his father and located then on the North side of Crosswicks Creek.

How about a visit to the Trenton Historical Society Museum!!. We will be opened from p.m. to pm. this Saturday. Enjoy a "cool" trip through Trenton's history in the cool, air-conditioned Museyum. And while there, buy a copy of the Bicentennial book, Welcoem to Trenton:Celebrating Years/5.

New Jersey Digitized Historic Newspapers Mercer County Search this Guide Search. New Jersey Digitized Historic Newspapers Free Access via the Trenton Free Public Library: TALKING BOOK & BRAILLE CENTER.

Street Address: Stuyvesant Avenue Trenton, NJ Author: Caitlyn Cook. - Explore maryellen_gibbs's board "Historic Trenton" on Pinterest. See more ideas about Local history, Hamilton pictures and World empire pins.

Known as the site of George Washington’s first victory over the Redcoats in the War of Independence, Trenton, New Jersey, still maintains some of its colonial city is the state capital and is the namesake of William Trent, one of its leading landowners.

First called “Trent-towne,†the name was later shortened to Trenton after the man who purchased much of the. Classics Books & Gifts, 4 West Lafayette St, Trenton, NJ Tu-F 12PM - 2PM, plus F 6PM - 12AM; Sa 11AM - 4PM () Website Google Maps. Gravitas: Proximity: After being flooded out of New Hope inEric Maywar reopened his used and rare book shop in the heart of the revitalizing South Warren district.The New Jersey State Library is a partner in the New Jersey Digital Newspaper Project.

This guide indexes all known digitized newspapers published in New Jersey, whether currently available or in process, including links and other access : Caitlyn Cook.Trenton In the area immediately surrounding the golden dome of the New Jersey State House is the New Jersey State Museum, an exciting museum featuring four museums in one, with a planetarium, a fine art collection of more t works, a natural history collection and an impressive assemblage of cultural history, archaeology and.