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Washington entering Trenton

Trenton Bridge

Letter to [the ladies of Trenton.]

Letter to Elias Dayton, Trenton [N. J.]

Letter to Elias Dayton, Trenton [N. J.]

Letter to James Searle, Trenton

Letter to James Ewing, Auditor of Accounts, Trenton

Letter to the Post Master, Trenton, N. J.

Letter to [Samuel Tucker, Trenton.]

Letter to [Samuel Tucker, Trenton.]

Letter to [William] Coxe [Trenton, N. J.]

Letter to Gov. [William] Livingston, Trenton

Letter to Philemon Dickinson, Trenton [N. J.]

Letter to Philemon Dickinson, Trenton [N. J.]

Sketch of the engagement at Trenton, given on the 26th of December 1776 betwixt the American troops under command of General Washington, and three Hessian regiments under command of Colonell Rall, in which the latter a part surrendert themselves prisoner of war.

Letter to James Mott, Trenton [N. J.]

Letter to James Searle, Trenton

Letter to [William] Coxe [Trenton, N. J.]

Letter to Gov. [William] Livingston, Trenton

Letter to James Searle, Trenton

Letter to James Searle, Trenton

[Tilghman, Tench.] Trenton. To Colonel Morgan

[Tilghman, Tench.] Trenton. To Colonel Morgan

[Tilghman, Tench.] Trenton. To Colonel Morgan

[Tilghman, Tench.] Trenton. To Colonel Morgan

Plan of the operations of General Washington, against the Kings troops in New Jersey, from the 26th, of December, 1776, to the 3d. January 1777.

State of New-Jersey. An act for compleating the quota of troops belonging to this State in the service of the United States ... Passed at Trenton, March 11, 1780. M. Ewing, jun. clerk.

Extract of a letter from Trenton, dated. Jan. 20, 1781 [Giving an account of the British intrigue with the revolted Pennsylvania line dated. Philadelphia. January 22, 1781] [Philadelphia: Printed by David C. Claypoole].

Thomas Jefferson, 1783, Table of Distances to Philadelphia, Trenton, and Georgetown

Battle of Trenton

Die Hessen, vom General Washington am 25ten Dec. 1776, zu Trenton überfallen, werden als Kriegsgefangne in Philadelphia eingebracht / D. Chodowiecki del. et sculp.

A sonata, sung by a number of young girls, dressed in white and decked with wreaths and chaplets of flowers, holding baskets of flowers in their hands as General Washington passed under the Triumphal arch raised on the bridge at Trenton, April 2

George Washington before the Battle of Trenton

A Map of the Trenton and New-Brunswick Turnpike-road.

Lines addressed to Mr. Jefferson, on his approaching retirement from the presidency of the United States. Trenton. N. J. February, 1809.

Travel by Stagecoach Near Trenton, New Jersey

Residence of General Philemon Dickinson, Trenton, New Jersey.

Notice to all interested. That at the public sale of non-residenter's r al property in Trenton, on the 5th day of May, 1818, to satisy the direct tax of the general government for the year 1816, I did purchase from General N. Price, Collector ..

Washington's reception on the bridge at Trenton in 1789 on his way to be inaugurated 1st pres[iden]t of the U.S. / Engraved by T. Kelley.

Washington passing the Delaware, evening previous to the Battle of Trenton, Dec. 25th, 1776 / / painted by T. Sully ; etched by W. Humphrys ; engraved by G.S. Lang.

Proceedings of the Jackson Republican convention with an address to the Jackson Republican electors of New Jersey. Trenton, New Jersey, December 8, 1830.

View of the High Falls of Trenton, West Canada Creek, N. Y.

Trenton Falls, New York

The battle ground at Trenton.

Rates of charges between New-York, New Brunswick, Princeton, Trenton, Philadelphia, Wilmington, Havre de Grace, Baltimore and Washington ... [184-?].

A view of Park-row at Trenton, N.J.

The Sheet anchor. Trenton. N. J. Friday Oct. 11, 1844. [Election returns].

Washington's Reception by the Ladies on Passing the Bridge at Trenton, N.J., April 1789, on His Way to be Inaugurated First President of the United States

Candlestick

Washington's reception by the ladies, at Trenton, N.J. April 1789

Washington's reception by the ladies, on passing the bridge at Trenton, N.J. April, 1789: on his way to New York to be inaugurated first President of the United States

Washington's Reception by the Ladies on Passing the Bridge at Trenton, N.J., April 1789, on His Way to be Inaugurated First President of the United States

Gen. Washington (on the battle field at Trenton) / engraved by W. Warner from the original picture by Col. John Trumbull in possession of Yale College N. Haven.

Trenton from "Historical Collections of the State of New Jersey ... relating to its history and antiquities, with geographical descriptions of every township in the State. [With illustrations.]"

Washington's Reception by the Ladies on Passing the Bridge at Trenton, N.J., April 1789, on His Way to be Inaugurated First President of the United States

Washington Crossing the Delaware–Evening Previous to the Battle of Trenton, December 25th, 1776

Washington Crossing the Delaware–Evening Previous to the Battle of Trenton, December 25th, 1776

Battle Ground at Trenton from "Thrilling Incidents of the Wars of the United States. Comprising the most striking and remarkable events of the Revolution, the French War, the Tripolitan War, etc. With three hundred engravings. By the Author of “The Army & Navy of the United States” [J. K. Neff]"

View of Trenton, N.J. from Morrisville Pa.

Victory at Trenton from "[Historical Collections of the State of New Jersey ... relating to its history and antiquities, with geographical descriptions of every township in the State. [With illustrations.]]"

Trenton high falls

Washington Crossing the Delaware – Evening Previous to the Battle of Trenton, December 5th, 1776

[Design drawing for woodwork for proposed Chancel for St. Luke's Episcopal Church in Trenton, New Jersey]

State of New Jersey. Names of persons appointed and sworn as Commissioners for the State of New Jersey, residing in other states, since the publication of the last list ... Trenton, July 26, 1858.

Trenton Mill.

Winter scene, Trenton Falls.

Cascade of the Alhambra, or Fourth Fall.

Side view higher double Fall, Trenton Falls.

Trenton Falls Hotel.

View of the rapids, between the Lower and High Fall.

Trenton Falls Hotel.

Trenton Mill.

Trenton Falls, N.Y.

View of the High Fall, from the west.

Winter scene, Trenton Falls.

Mill Dam Fall, Trenton Falls.

Lower Fall, from below, distant view.

Trenton Falls, New York.

[Trenton Falls scenery.]

Trenton Falls, N.Y. View from Narrows.

Rome cottage, Trenton Camp Ground.

High Fall, from below.

High Fall, from below.

From Pinnacle.

High Fall, from below.

Main entrance, Trenton Camp Ground.

High Fall, from below.

Sherman Falls.

Sherman Falls.

High Fall, from below.

Second Fall.

High Falls, Trenton, N.Y.

High Fall, from below.

Portion of the Alhambra, with cascade in the distance.

Boarding Hall, Trenton Camp Ground.

High Falls, Trenton, N.Y.

Sherman's Fall, Trenton, New York State.

Trenton Falls Hotel.

From Pinnacle.

High Fall, from below.