New Jersey is chock full of American Revolutionary War sites. But I found the Princeton Battlefield State Park to be one of the most interesting. It was here that the American troops under the command of Gen. Washington had their first victory over the British. The Clark House is situated on this site and was used by both armies during the course of the war here. It was where the mortally wounded General Hugh Mercer (for whom Mercer county is named) was treated for his wounds and subsequently died. The house is filled with all sorts of Revolutionary War-related memorabilia.
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