Indian Queen Tavern

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The Indian Queen Tavern was built in the early 1700s and stood on Albany Street in New Brunswick until 1971 when it was moved to East Jersey Olde Towne Village in Piscataway, New Jersey. While some of the tavern had to be rebuilt, much of its original parts remain — including the main staircase, floorboards, framing and stonework. Today East Jersey Olde Towne’s many 18th century buildings are situated around a Colonial era green.

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Wednesday Night at the Museum: VIP Behind the Scenes Tour

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Princeton Regional Revolutionary War Roundtable: Prelude to the Crossing

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Black Founders: The Forten Family of Philadelphia

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George Washington’s Birthday Celebration

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Tending the Wounded: The Role of the Revolutionary War Nurse

“Travels with Darley: Revolutionary Road” at New Jersey Historic Sites, Event at the Morris Museum on February 18

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Washington Association of New Jersey 150th Annual: History Rediscovered

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Four Centuries of African American Soldiers

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