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The Jugtown Historic District consists of a cluster of historic buildings surrounding the intersection of Harrison and Nassau Street in Princeton, New Jersey. The settlement dates to colonial times and is sometimes known as Queenston. It was home to the short-lived Evelyn College for Women from 1887-1897.[2] See also[edit]

National Register of Historic Places listings in Mercer County, New Jersey

References[edit]

^ "New Jersey and National Registers of Historic Places — Mercer County" (PDF). New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection — Historic Preservation Office. April 5, 2013. p. 8. Archived from the original (PDF) on May 16, 2013. Retrieved June 4, 2013.  ^ Craig, Robert W. "Jugtown Historic District" (PDF). National Register of Historic Places. National Park Service. 

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Princeton, New Jersey

Areas

Historic districts

Princeton Historic District Stony Brook Village Jugtown King's Highway Kingston Mill Mountain Avenue

Former municipalities

Borough of Princeton Princeton Township

Education

Public schools

Princeton Public Schools

Princeton High School Witherspoon Street School for Colored Children (defunct)

Princeton Charter School

Independent schools

Hun School Lewis School Princeton Academy of the Sacred Heart Princeton Day Princeton Friends Princeton International School of Mathematics and Science St. Paul's Stuart Country Day

Colleges and universities

Princeton University Princeton Theological Seminary Westminster Choir College Evelyn College for Women (defunct)

Other education

Institute for Advanced Study Princeton Community Japanese Language School Princeton Public Library Princeton University Art Museum Witherspoon Institute

Other

Places of worship

Miller Chapel Nassau Christian Center Nassau Presbyterian Princeton United Methodist Princeton University Chapel Stone Hill Church Stony Brook Meeting House Trinity Episcopal

Parks and recreation

Delaware and Raritan Canal Herrontown Woods Arboretum Jasna Polana Lake Carnegie Marquand Park Mountain Lakes Preserve Princeton Battlefield

Shopping and dining

Nassau Street Palmer Square Elements Hoagie Haven Nassau Club Nassau Inn Peacock Inn Princeton Record Exchange Triumph Brewing

Performing arts

Alexander Hall Garden Theatre McCarter Theatre Princeton Symphony Orchestra Williamson Voices

Media

I Grew Up in Princeton Comedy Minus One Princeton Community Television Princeton Packet Town Topics

Other landmarks

Albert Einstein House Drumthwacket Joseph Henry House Donald Grant Herring Estate Maclean House Maybury Hill Mercer Oak Morven Nassau Hall Princeton Battle Monument Princeton Cemetery Princeton Railroad Station Prospect House Tusculum Cottage Club Washington Oak Westland Mansion

Princeton addressed landmarks outside the municipality

American Boychoir School Chapin School Educational Testing Service Forrestal Village MarketFair Mall Princeton Airport Princeton Plasma Physics Laboratory Robert Wood Johnson Foundation St. Joseph's Seminary (in Plainsboro; defunct) Sarnoff Corporation Terhune Orchards Washington Road Elm Allée

See also: Princeton University and National Register of Historic Places listings in Mercer County, New Jersey

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National Register of Historic Places in Mercer County, New Jersey

Landmarks

Abbott Farm Archeological Site Westland Mansion Albert Einstein House Joseph Henry House Lawrenceville School Maybury Hill Morven Nassau Hall Old Barracks Maclean House Princeton Battlefield Prospect House William Trent House Washington Crossing State Park

Districts

Bear Tavern Road--Jacob's Creek Crossing Rural Historic District Berkeley Square Historic District Delaware and Raritan Canal Harbourton Historic District Jugtown Historic District King's Highway Historic District Kingston Mill Historic District Lake Carnegie Historic District Lawrence Township Historic District Mill Hill Historic District Mountain Avenue Historic District Pleasant Valley Historic District Princeton Historic District State House Historic District Stockton Street Historic District Titusville Historic District Trenton Ferry Historic District Windsor Historic District

Places of worship

First Presbyterian Church of Trenton First Presbyterian Church of Pennington Penns Neck Baptist Church Sacred Heart Church St. Michael's Church Trenton Friends Meeting House

Houses

John Abbott II House Abbott-Decou House Anderson-Capner House Baker-Brearley House Bow Hill Charles Brearley House Gen. Philemon Dickinson House Douglass House Drumthwacket William Green House Green-Reading House John D. Hart House Hart-Hoch House Donald Grant Herring Estate Highfields House at 379 West State Street Hunt Farmstead Rudolph V. Kuser Estate Ichabod Leigh House Mansion House Mercer Street Friends Center Old Ryan Farm Isaac Pearson House Joseph Phillips Farm John Rogers House Samuel Sloan House Smith-Ribsam House Israel Stevens House Joseph Stout House Tusculum University Cottage Club Col. John Van Cleve Homestead Jeremiah Vandyke House Isaac Watson House John Welling House John White House Jeremiah Woolsey House

Commercial buildings

Adams and Sickles Building American Cigar Company Broad Street National Bank Henry Clay and Bock & Co. Ltd. Cigar Factory Golden Swan-True American Hopewell Station In and Out Social Club Thomas Maddock's Sons Company Mount Rose Distillery Old Eagle Tavern Pennington Railroad Station Philadelphia and Reading Railroad Freight Station Princeton Railroad Station Roebling Machine Shop John A. Roebling's Sons Company, Trenton N.J., Block 3 Somerset Roller Mills Stokely-Van Camp Industrial Complex Trenton Bath House West Trenton Station

Public buildings

Bellevue Avenue Colored School East Trenton Public Library Higbee Street School Mott School and Second Street School Trenton War Memorial Trenton City Hall U.S. Post Office and Courthouse Witherspoon Street School for Colored Children

Sites

Archeological Site No. 1-18th Century Vessel (28ME196) Crosswicks Creek Site III Princeton Ice Company Washington Road Elm Allée

Structures

Hog Island Cranes Morrisville–Trenton Railroad Bridge Trenton Battle Monument Trenton City/Calhoun Street Bridge

Former

Princessville Inn

See also: National Register of Historic Places listings in Mercer County, New Jersey and List of National Historic Landmarks in New Jersey

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