George Washington at the Battle of Princeton by Charles Willson Peale
Today, new battles...
The Thomas Clarke House under attack from "the elements" and the famous Mercer Oak is being threatened by disease. Now, we must honor their sacrifices and fight to preserve their memories and this sacred land.
We hope you enjoy learning more about the Battle of Princeton, The Princeton Battlefield Society and how you can play a part in protecting this cherished piece of United States history.
Welcome to the Princeton Battlefield Area Preservation Society. We are an IRS 501(c) 3 non-profit charity created in 1971 to protect and preserve the Princeton Battlefield and the state of New Jersey's Officially Recognized Friends' Organization Our goal is to save thissacred and hallowed battlefield.
What Makes The Princeton Battlefield So Important?
The Battle of Princeton was the site where:
On the morning of January 3, 1777, brave soldiers beat the odds and defeated the world's only super power. They fought to create a nation based on freedom and democracy, not for themselves, but for future generations.
The Death of General Mercer at the Battle of Princeton January 3, 1777 by John Trumball.
"Parade with me my brave fellows!"
~ General George Washington during the Battle of Princeton, January 3, 1777
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