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witherspoon presbyterian church

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Witherspoon Street, Princeton, NJ
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Princeton Junction65 min
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babyd0c1 wrote a review Feb 2017
Princeton, New Jersey3 contributions1 helpful vote
A "gem on Nassau". Usually wonderful exhibits about significant aspects of American History. Not stogy or overwhelming, and much to be learned. Great Docents.
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Date of experience: September 2016
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ChrisDCarlson wrote a review Jun 2014
Woodbridge, New Jersey1,736 contributions144 helpful votes
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In your trip down Witherspoon Street, you will pass two small and unassuming local churches. One of them is the Witherspoon Presbyterian Church. Rich with history and the struggles in Princeton of segregation this church hold a special place. This also includes the "womens' heritage trail". Stop and take notice at 112 Witherspoon Street. If you are there on Sunday and feel you can attend with usual respect and curtsy, step in and give a listen, and feel part of the evolving future. I follow "A Princeton Guide: Walks, Drives, and Commentary" by Cynthia Gooding and Mercedies Rogers.
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Date of experience: June 2014
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