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REVOLUTIONARY WAR SITES IN MORRIS TOWNSHIP, NEW JERSEY

Revolutionary War Sites in Morris Township, New Jersey
WASHINGTON ROUTE MARKER
Route From Princeton to Morristown, January 1777

Morris Township, New Jersey - Revolutionary War
Washington Route Marker
Washington Route Marker
Spring Valley Rd. and Van Beuren Rd.
Map / Directions to this Washington Route Marker

Following their victory at the Battle of Princeton on January 3, 1777, General George Washington and his army went to Morristown for winter quarters, where they arrived on January 6. This is the last of a series of thirteen markers showing the route taken by Washington's army from Princeton to Morristown. The other twelve markers in this series can be found in Princeton, Kingston, Griggstown, Bridgewater, Somerville, Bedminster, Bernardsville, Basking Ridge, and Harding Township.  [1]

For a map tracing the route of all thirteen markers from Princeton to Morristown, click here.

Morris Township, New Jersey Historic Sites

Source Notes:

1. ^ This marker was erected by the Daughters of the American Revolution.

For more details and accompanying source notes about the Battle of Princeton and the 1777 Morristown encampment, see the Princeton and Morristown pages of this website.

Morris Township Library

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This website, its text and photographs are © 2009 -2017 Al Frazza. All rights reserved.