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American Revolutionary War Sites

From 1775 to 1783, New Jersey was home to a series of events crucial
to our nation's struggle for democracy. Battles and skirmishes were fought,
policy was made, speeches were written and General George Washington wrote
his farewell orders. Today, New Jersey continues to pay tribute to those
dramatic days as annual reenactments and living history events bring the
past into the present and quiet reminders - historic buildings, markers
and memorials - are open and interpreted for visitors of all ages.

Publications:
A Driving Guide and Map to New Jersey's Revolutionary War Trail

New Jersey Division of Parks and Forestry's
American Revolutionary War Sites

Boxwood Hall Nelson House
Clarke House Old Dutch Parsonage
Craig House Princeton Battlefield State Park
Hancock House
Proprietary House
Historic New Bridge Landing /
Rockingham
Steuben House
Somers Mansion
Indian King Tavern
Trenton Battle Monument
Johnson Ferry House
Wallace House
Long Pond Ironworks State Park Washington Crossing State Park
Monmouth Battlefield State Park  
   

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