Mercer County

You are here: Home  > Mercer County

Showing 5 from 5 Items
  • Item thumbnail
    0

    Old Barracks Museum

    The Old Barracks is recognized as a National Historic Landmark for its significance as the finest example of colonial barracks in the United States and because of its role in the Battle of Trention during the Revolutionary War.

  • Item thumbnail
    0

    Historic Morven

    Morven is well known for its association with several important historical figures and events in New Jersey history. Poet Annis Boudinot Stockton, who lived at Morven from the 1750s through the 1790s, was considered one of the most cultured, literary and patriotic women of the Revolutionary period. S

  • Item thumbnail
    0

    Witherspoon Street Presbyterian Church

    Betsey Stockton was an African American woman who began her 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 school and sometimes serving as an unofficial nurse.

  • Item thumbnail
    0

    Historic Morven

    Morven is well known for its association with several important historical figures and events in New Jersey history. Poet Annis Boudinot Stockton, who lived at Morven from the 1750s through the 1790s, was considered one of the most cultured, literary and patriotic women of the Revolutionary period.

  • Item thumbnail
    0

    Howell Living History Farm

    The Howell Living History Farm depicts family farm life during the first years of the 20th century where both crops and livestock were raised for livelihood.