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

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Location of Mercer County in New Jersey

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

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This is intended to be a complete list of properties and districts listed on the National Register of Historic Places in Mercer County, New Jersey. The locations of National Register properties and districts (at least for all showing latitude and longitude coordinates below) may be seen in an online map by clicking on "Map of all coordinates".[1]


          This National Park Service list is complete through NPS recent listings posted August 5, 2022.[2]

Current listings[edit]

[3] Name on the Register[4] Image Date listed[5] Location City or town Description
1 Abbott Farm Archeological Site
Abbott Farm Archeological Site
December 8, 1976
(#76001158)
John A. Roebling Park, other nearby public and private lands
40°11′10″N 74°43′37″W / 40.186°N 74.727°W / 40.186; -74.727 (Abbott Farm Archeological Site)
Hamilton and Bordentown Townships, Bordentown[6] Paleoindian settlement, 500 BC-500 AD.[7] Extends into Burlington County.
2 John Abbott II House
John Abbott II House
June 18, 1976
(#76001159)
2200 Kuser Rd.
40°12′14″N 74°40′51″W / 40.203889°N 74.680833°W / 40.203889; -74.680833 (John Abbott II House)
Hamilton Township Used to hide state treasury during American Revolution[8]
3 Abbott-Decou House
Abbott-Decou House
July 1, 1976
(#76001160)
58 Soloff Dr.
40°11′08″N 74°43′11″W / 40.185556°N 74.719722°W / 40.185556; -74.719722 (Abbott-Decou House)
Hamilton Township Fine example of 18th century Quaker Georgian architecture.[9]
4 Adams and Sickles Building
Adams and Sickles Building
January 31, 1980
(#80002498)
1 W. End Ave.
40°13′36″N 74°46′45″W / 40.226667°N 74.779167°W / 40.226667; -74.779167 (Adams and Sickles Building)
Trenton Focal point for West End neighborhood, remembered for soda fountain and corner druggist.[10]
5 American Cigar Company Building
American Cigar Company Building
December 30, 2011
(#11000965)
176 Division St.
40°12′45″N 74°44′41″W / 40.212498°N 74.744743°W / 40.212498; -74.744743 (American Cigar Company Building)
Trenton Built in 1903 as part of Trenton's vibrant cigar industry
6 Anderson-Capner House
Anderson-Capner House
April 3, 1973
(#73001107)
700 Trumbull Ave.
40°14′52″N 74°44′06″W / 40.247755°N 74.734912°W / 40.247755; -74.734912 (Anderson-Capner House)
Lawrence Pre-revolutionary farmhouse built 1764[11]
7 Archeological Site No. 1-18th Century Vessel (28ME196)
Archeological Site No. 1-18th Century Vessel (28ME196)
August 14, 1986
(#86001508)
Address restricted[12]
Trenton
8 Baker-Brearley House
Baker-Brearley House
August 31, 1979
(#79001499)
East of Lawrenceville on Meadow Rd
40°17′33″N 74°42′03″W / 40.292504°N 74.700792°W / 40.292504; -74.700792 (Baker-Brearley House)
Lawrenceville Georgian house built 1761[13]
9 Bear Tavern Road--Jacob's Creek Crossing Rural Historic District
Bear Tavern Road--Jacob's Creek Crossing Rural Historic District
November 30, 2011
(#11000872)
Bear Tavern Rd. & Jacobs Creek Rd.
40°17′21″N 74°50′29″W / 40.289151°N 74.841399°W / 40.289151; -74.841399 (Bear Tavern Road--Jacob's Creek Crossing Rural Historic District)
Hopewell Township, Ewing Township Colonial rural landscape, route of Continental Army in 1776[14]
10 Bellevue Avenue Colored School
Bellevue Avenue Colored School
January 2, 1997
(#96001547)
81 Bellevue Ave.
40°13′32″N 74°46′17″W / 40.225556°N 74.771389°W / 40.225556; -74.771389 (Bellevue Avenue Colored School)
Trenton
11 Berkeley Square Historic District
Berkeley Square Historic District
November 20, 1980
(#80002499)
Roughly bounded by W. State St., Parkside, Riverside, and Overbrook Aves.
40°13′49″N 74°47′23″W / 40.230278°N 74.789722°W / 40.230278; -74.789722 (Berkeley Square Historic District)
Trenton
12 Bow Hill
Bow Hill
January 25, 1973
(#73001111)
477 Jeremiah Ave. off Lalor St.
40°11′32″N 74°44′39″W / 40.192222°N 74.744167°W / 40.192222; -74.744167 (Bow Hill)
Hamilton Township
13 Charles Brearley House
Charles Brearley House
April 14, 1995
(#95000407)
73 N. Clinton Ave.
40°13′23″N 74°45′18″W / 40.223056°N 74.755°W / 40.223056; -74.755 (Charles Brearley House)
Trenton
14 Broad Street National Bank
Broad Street National Bank
January 17, 2008
(#07001404)
143 E. State St.
40°13′12″N 74°45′43″W / 40.219907°N 74.762068°W / 40.219907; -74.762068 (Broad Street National Bank)
Trenton
15 Camden and Amboy Railroad Right of Way Site
Camden and Amboy Railroad Right of Way Site
June 16, 2016
(#16000252)
N. side of Rogers Ave. about 100 yds. W. of Mercer St.
40°16′09″N 74°31′31″W / 40.269291°N 74.525172°W / 40.269291; -74.525172 (Camden and Amboy Railroad Right of Way Site)
Hightstown
16 Carver Center
Carver Center
July 7, 2022
(#100007871)
40 Fowler Street
40°13′29″N 74°46′07″W / 40.2248°N 74.7686°W / 40.2248; -74.7686 (Carver Center)
Trenton Known as Sunlight Elks Lodge
17 Henry Clay and Bock & Co. Ltd. Cigar Factory
Henry Clay and Bock & Co. Ltd. Cigar Factory
June 12, 1979
(#79001500)
507 Grand St.
40°12′11″N 74°44′45″W / 40.203056°N 74.745833°W / 40.203056; -74.745833 (Henry Clay and Bock & Co. Ltd. Cigar Factory)
Trenton Most architecturally distinctive industrial building in Trenton[15]
18 Grover Cleveland Home
Grover Cleveland Home
October 15, 1966
(#66000463)
15 Hodge Road
40°21′05″N 74°40′04″W / 40.351389°N 74.667778°W / 40.351389; -74.667778 (Grover Cleveland Home)
Princeton Known as Westland Mansion
19 Crosswicks Creek Site III
Crosswicks Creek Site III
November 26, 1990
(#87001795)
Address restricted[12]
Hamilton Township Extends into Burlington County
20 Delaware and Raritan Canal
Delaware and Raritan Canal
May 11, 1973
(#73001105)
Follows the Delaware River to Trenton, then E to New Brunswick
40°19′55″N 74°39′09″W / 40.331930°N 74.652628°W / 40.331930; -74.652628 (Delaware and Raritan Canal)
Princeton
21 Gen. Philemon Dickinson House
Gen. Philemon Dickinson House
May 17, 1974
(#74001172)
46 Colonial Ave.
40°13′36″N 74°47′01″W / 40.226667°N 74.783611°W / 40.226667; -74.783611 (Gen. Philemon Dickinson House)
Trenton
22 Douglass House
Douglass House
December 18, 1970
(#70000387)
Corner of Front and Montgomery Streets
40°13′08″N 74°45′42″W / 40.218913°N 74.761726°W / 40.218913; -74.761726 (Douglass House)
Trenton George Washington's headquarters prior to the Battle of Princeton[16]
23 Drumthwacket
Drumthwacket
June 10, 1975
(#75001142)
344 Stockton Rd.
40°20′22″N 74°40′29″W / 40.339444°N 74.674722°W / 40.339444; -74.674722 (Drumthwacket)
Princeton Official residence of the governor of New Jersey[17]
24 East Trenton Public Library
East Trenton Public Library
March 5, 2008
(#08000134)
701 N. Clinton Ave.
40°14′00″N 74°44′30″W / 40.233255°N 74.741769°W / 40.233255; -74.741769 (East Trenton Public Library)
Trenton
25 Albert Einstein House
Albert Einstein House
January 7, 1976
(#76002297)
112 Mercer St.
40°20′40″N 74°39′59″W / 40.344444°N 74.666389°W / 40.344444; -74.666389 (Albert Einstein House)
Princeton
26 First Presbyterian Church
First Presbyterian Church
September 9, 2005
(#05000967)
120 East State Street
40°13′14″N 74°45′48″W / 40.220446°N 74.763312°W / 40.220446; -74.763312 (First Presbyterian Church)
Trenton Includes churchyard cemetery
27 First Presbyterian Church of Pennington
First Presbyterian Church of Pennington
August 24, 2011
(#11000591)
13 S. Main St.
40°19′39″N 74°47′25″W / 40.3275°N 74.790278°W / 40.3275; -74.790278 (First Presbyterian Church of Pennington)
Pennington
28 Golden Swan-True American
Golden Swan-True American
April 30, 2008
(#08000361)
101-107 S. Warren St.
40°13′09″N 74°45′58″W / 40.2192°N 74.766011°W / 40.2192; -74.766011 (Golden Swan-True American)
Trenton
29 William Green House
William Green House
December 4, 1973
(#73001106)
Metzger Drive
40°15′53″N 74°46′40″W / 40.264722°N 74.777778°W / 40.264722; -74.777778 (William Green House)
Ewing Township Historic farmhouse, dating to 1717. On Preservation New Jersey's list of 10 most endangered historic sites[18]
30 Green-Reading House
Green-Reading House
March 12, 1998
(#98000237)
107 Wilburtha Rd.
40°15′38″N 74°49′32″W / 40.260427°N 74.825467°W / 40.260427; -74.825467 (Green-Reading House)
Ewing Township Federal style farmhouse from ca. 1797[19]
31 Harbourton Historic District
Harbourton Historic District
December 31, 1974
(#74001167)
Jct. of Harbourton/Rocktown Rd. and Harbourton/Mt. Airy Rd.
40°21′08″N 74°51′12″W / 40.352222°N 74.853333°W / 40.352222; -74.853333 (Harbourton Historic District)
Harbourton
32 John D. Hart House
John D. Hart House
October 18, 1972
(#72000800)
Curlis Ave.
40°19′18″N 74°46′59″W / 40.321667°N 74.783056°W / 40.321667; -74.783056 (John D. Hart House)
Pennington Built ca. 1800, fine example of a clapboard house[20]
33 Hart-Hoch House
Hart-Hoch House
March 14, 1973
(#73001109)
Southwest of Pennington on CR 546 and Scotch Rd.
40°18′34″N 74°48′43″W / 40.309444°N 74.811944°W / 40.309444; -74.811944 (Hart-Hoch House)
Hopewell Township Federal style home, ca. 1800[21]
34 Joseph Henry House
Joseph Henry House
October 15, 1966
(#66000464)
Princeton University campus
40°20′58″N 74°39′32″W / 40.349444°N 74.658889°W / 40.349444; -74.658889 (Joseph Henry House)
Princeton
35 Donald Grant Herring Estate
Donald Grant Herring Estate
January 17, 1992
(#91001927)
52, 72 and 75 Arreton Rd., Princeton
40°22′56″N 74°39′57″W / 40.382222°N 74.665833°W / 40.382222; -74.665833 (Donald Grant Herring Estate)
Princeton
36 Higbee Street School
Higbee Street School
April 14, 1995
(#95000409)
20 Bellevue Ave.
40°14′04″N 74°45′57″W / 40.234444°N 74.765833°W / 40.234444; -74.765833 (Higbee Street School)
Trenton
37 Highfields
Highfields
September 23, 1994
(#94001096)
End of Lindbergh Rd., East Amwell Township
40°25′26″N 74°46′04″W / 40.423889°N 74.767778°W / 40.423889; -74.767778 (Highfields)
Hopewell Township Home of Charles and Anne Lindbergh. Site of the Lindbergh kidnapping.[22] Extends into Hunterdon County
38 Hog Island Cranes
Hog Island Cranes
June 17, 1980
(#80002500)
Trenton Marine Terminal
40°11′27″N 74°45′22″W / 40.190833°N 74.756111°W / 40.190833; -74.756111 (Hog Island Cranes)
Trenton
39 Hopewell Station
Hopewell Station
June 22, 1984
(#84002728)
Railroad Pl.
40°23′29″N 74°45′48″W / 40.391389°N 74.763333°W / 40.391389; -74.763333 (Hopewell Station)
Hopewell part of the Operating Passenger Railroad Stations Thematic Resource (TR)
40 House at 379 West State Street
House at 379 West State Street
January 23, 1980
(#80002501)
379 W. State St.
40°13′29″N 74°46′41″W / 40.224722°N 74.778056°W / 40.224722; -74.778056 (House at 379 West State Street)
Trenton Queen Anne revival house[23]
41 Hunt Farmstead
Hunt Farmstead
October 28, 1988
(#87002555)
197 Blackwell Rd.
40°19′18″N 74°45′39″W / 40.321778°N 74.760718°W / 40.321778; -74.760718 (Hunt Farmstead)
Hopewell Township
42 In and Out Social Club
In and Out Social Club
March 26, 1987
(#87000513)
714-716 S. Clinton Ave.
40°12′34″N 74°45′06″W / 40.209444°N 74.751667°W / 40.209444; -74.751667 (In and Out Social Club)
Trenton Built in 1893 for "social, intellectual, and recreative purposes."[24]
43 Jugtown Historic District
Jugtown Historic District
January 22, 1987
(#86003670)
Nassau and Harrison Sts., Harrison St. N, and Evelyn Pl.
40°21′14″N 74°38′49″W / 40.353889°N 74.646944°W / 40.353889; -74.646944 (Jugtown Historic District)
Princeton
44 King's Highway Historic District
King's Highway Historic District
December 21, 2000
(#00001493)
NJ 27, US 206
40°20′54″N 74°39′52″W / 40.348261°N 74.664502°W / 40.348261; -74.664502 (King's Highway Historic District)
Lawrenceville, Princeton Extends into Middlesex and Somerset Counties
45 Kingston Mill Historic District
Kingston Mill Historic District
April 10, 1986
(#86000707)
Roughly bounded by Herrontown, River, Princeton-Kingston Roads
40°22′25″N 74°37′14″W / 40.373577°N 74.620630°W / 40.373577; -74.620630 (Kingston Mill Historic District)
Princeton Extends into Middlesex and Somerset Counties, includes Kingston Bridge
46 Rudolph V. Kuser Estate
Rudolph V. Kuser Estate
August 24, 1979
(#79001501)
315 W. State St.
40°13′23″N 74°46′36″W / 40.223056°N 74.776667°W / 40.223056; -74.776667 (Rudolph V. Kuser Estate)
Trenton
47 Lake Carnegie Historic District
Lake Carnegie Historic District
June 28, 1990
(#90001000)
Roughly bounded by Lake Carnegie shoreline from Conrail bridge at west end to dam west of Kingston at east end
40°20′51″N 74°38′12″W / 40.3475°N 74.636667°W / 40.3475; -74.636667 (Lake Carnegie Historic District)
Princeton
48 Lawrence Township Historic District
Lawrence Township Historic District
September 14, 1972
(#72000799)
Lawrenceville and vicinity N, including both sides of U.S. 206
40°18′01″N 74°43′12″W / 40.300278°N 74.72°W / 40.300278; -74.72 (Lawrence Township Historic District)
Lawrenceville
49 Lawrenceville School
Lawrenceville School
February 24, 1986
(#86000158)
Main St.
40°17′45″N 74°43′49″W / 40.295833°N 74.730278°W / 40.295833; -74.730278 (Lawrenceville School)
Lawrenceville
50 Ichabod Leigh House
Ichabod Leigh House
March 4, 1975
(#75001139)
Pennington-Rocky Hill Rd.
40°22′21″N 74°43′55″W / 40.3725°N 74.731944°W / 40.3725; -74.731944 (Ichabod Leigh House)
Hopewell
51 Thomas Maddock's Sons Company
Thomas Maddock's Sons Company
March 14, 2008
(#08000178)
American Metro Boulevard
40°15′27″N 74°42′17″W / 40.257383°N 74.704672°W / 40.257383; -74.704672 (Thomas Maddock's Sons Company)
Hamilton Township Sanitary pottery manufacturing plant built 1924-25[25]
52 Mansion House
Mansion House
February 6, 1973
(#73001112)
Cadwalader Park
40°14′12″N 74°47′22″W / 40.236667°N 74.789444°W / 40.236667; -74.789444 (Mansion House)
Trenton
53 Maybury Hill
Maybury Hill
November 11, 1971
(#71000502)
346 Snowden Lane
40°22′02″N 74°38′34″W / 40.367222°N 74.642778°W / 40.367222; -74.642778 (Maybury Hill)
Princeton
54 Mercer Street Friends Center
Mercer Street Friends Center
August 12, 1971
(#71000505)
151 Mercer St.
40°13′02″N 74°45′40″W / 40.217222°N 74.761111°W / 40.217222; -74.761111 (Mercer Street Friends Center)
Trenton
55 Mill Hill Historic District
Mill Hill Historic District
December 12, 1977
(#77000880)
Roughly bounded by Clay, Jackson, Front, Market, Broad, and Greenwood Sts.
40°13′01″N 74°45′40″W / 40.216944°N 74.761111°W / 40.216944; -74.761111 (Mill Hill Historic District)
Trenton
56 Morven
Morven
January 25, 1971
(#71000503)
55 Stockton St.
40°20′51″N 74°40′01″W / 40.3475°N 74.666944°W / 40.3475; -74.666944 (Morven)
Princeton
57 Mott School and Second Street School
Mott School and Second Street School
April 15, 1986
(#86000809)
Centre and 643-645 Second Sts.
40°12′07″N 74°45′24″W / 40.201944°N 74.756667°W / 40.201944; -74.756667 (Mott School and Second Street School)
Trenton
58 Mount Rose Distillery
Mount Rose Distillery
December 12, 1996
(#96001471)
Address restricted[12]
40°22′03″N 74°44′49″W / 40.3674138888889°N 74.7470833333333°W / 40.3674138888889; -74.7470833333333 (Mount Rose Distillery)
Hopewell
59 Mountain Avenue Historic District
Mountain Avenue Historic District
February 2, 1995
(#94001604)
73-143 Mountain Ave.
40°21′25″N 74°40′25″W / 40.356944°N 74.673611°W / 40.356944; -74.673611 (Mountain Avenue Historic District)
Princeton
60 Nassau Hall, Princeton University
Nassau Hall, Princeton University
October 15, 1966
(#66000465)
Princeton University campus
40°20′55″N 74°39′34″W / 40.348611°N 74.659444°W / 40.348611; -74.659444 (Nassau Hall, Princeton University)
Princeton
61 Old Barracks
Old Barracks
January 25, 1971
(#71000506)
S. Willow St.
40°13′10″N 74°46′07″W / 40.219444°N 74.768611°W / 40.219444; -74.768611 (Old Barracks)
Trenton
62 Old Eagle Tavern
Old Eagle Tavern
November 3, 1972
(#72000801)
431, 433 S. Broad St.
40°12′47″N 74°45′34″W / 40.2131°N 74.7594°W / 40.2131; -74.7594 (Old Eagle Tavern)
Trenton
63 Old Ryan Farm
Old Ryan Farm
September 10, 1971
(#71000507)
Federal City Rd.
40°16′47″N 74°46′15″W / 40.2798°N 74.7709°W / 40.2798; -74.7709 (Old Ryan Farm)
Trenton
64 Isaac Pearson House
Isaac Pearson House
February 1, 2006
(#05001568)
Hobson Ave. at Emiline Ave.
40°11′16″N 74°42′44″W / 40.1878°N 74.7122°W / 40.1878; -74.7122 (Isaac Pearson House)
Hamilton Township
65 Pennington Railroad Station
Pennington Railroad Station
December 31, 1974
(#74001170)
Corner of Franklin and Green Ave.
40°19′58″N 74°47′41″W / 40.3328°N 74.7947°W / 40.3328; -74.7947 (Pennington Railroad Station)
Pennington
66 Penns Neck Baptist Church
Penns Neck Baptist Church
December 28, 1989
(#89002160)
US 1 at Princeton-Hightstown Rd.
40°19′55″N 74°38′15″W / 40.3319°N 74.6375°W / 40.3319; -74.6375 (Penns Neck Baptist Church)
Penns Neck
67 Pennsylvania Railroad Bridge
Pennsylvania Railroad Bridge
June 6, 1979
(#79001502)
Spans Delaware River
40°12′24″N 74°46′09″W / 40.2067°N 74.7692°W / 40.2067; -74.7692 (Pennsylvania Railroad Bridge)
Trenton
68 Philadelphia and Reading Railroad Freight Station
Philadelphia and Reading Railroad Freight Station
May 14, 1979
(#79001503)
260 N. Willow St.
40°13′34″N 74°46′03″W / 40.2261°N 74.7675°W / 40.2261; -74.7675 (Philadelphia and Reading Railroad Freight Station)
Trenton
69 Joseph Phillips Farm
Joseph Phillips Farm
May 2, 1977
(#77000879)
North of Titusville on Hunter Road
40°20′23″N 74°53′56″W / 40.3397°N 74.8989°W / 40.3397; -74.8989 (Joseph Phillips Farm)
Hopewell Township Started by Joseph Phillips in 1732, now the Howell Living History Farm, which operates and preserves it as it was in 1900[26]
70 Pleasant Valley Historic District
Pleasant Valley Historic District
June 14, 1991
(#91000676)
Centered on junction of Pleasant Valley Road with Woodens Lane and Hunter Road
40°20′18″N 74°53′44″W / 40.3383°N 74.8956°W / 40.3383; -74.8956 (Pleasant Valley Historic District)
Hopewell Township Extends into Hunterdon County
71 President's House
President's House
July 17, 1971
(#71000504)
Nassau St.
40°20′56″N 74°39′36″W / 40.3489°N 74.66°W / 40.3489; -74.66 (President's House)
Princeton
72 Princeton Battlefield
Princeton Battlefield
October 15, 1966
(#66000466)
Princeton Battlefield State Park; also Roughly Quaker Rd. from Stockton Rd. to Stony Brook
40°19′45″N 74°40′36″W / 40.3292°N 74.6767°W / 40.3292; -74.6767 (Princeton Battlefield)
Princeton Boundary increases approved October 10, 1989 and April 26, 2019
73 Princeton Historic District
Princeton Historic District
June 27, 1975
(#75001143)
Irregular pattern between Lytle St. and Haslet Ave. from Lovers Lane to Olden Sts.
40°20′48″N 74°39′51″W / 40.3467°N 74.6642°W / 40.3467; -74.6642 (Princeton Historic District)
Princeton
74 Princeton Ice Company
Princeton Ice Company
August 28, 2007
(#07000874)
57 Mountain Ave.
40°21′26″N 74°40′17″W / 40.3573°N 74.6713°W / 40.3573; -74.6713 (Princeton Ice Company)
Princeton
75 Prospect
Prospect
February 4, 1985
(#85002434)
Princeton University campus
40°20′49″N 74°39′24″W / 40.3469°N 74.6567°W / 40.3469; -74.6567 (Prospect)
Princeton
76 Riverview Cemetery
Riverview Cemetery
March 27, 2017
(#100000810)
870 Centre St.
40°11′42″N 74°45′12″W / 40.19492°N 74.75344°W / 40.19492; -74.75344 (Riverview Cemetery)
Trenton
77 Roebling Machine Shop
Roebling Machine Shop
September 4, 1997
(#97000932)
675 S. Clinton Ave.
40°12′35″N 74°45′11″W / 40.2097°N 74.7531°W / 40.2097; -74.7531 (Roebling Machine Shop)
Trenton Oldest surviving building in the Roebling complex, built innovative wire rope making machines[27]
78 John A. Roebling's Sons Company, Trenton N.J., Block 3
John A. Roebling's Sons Company, Trenton N.J., Block 3
August 22, 2012
(#12000528)
Bounded by Hamilton Ave., Clark, Elmer, & E. Canal Sts.
40°12′46″N 74°45′19″W / 40.2127°N 74.7552°W / 40.2127; -74.7552 (John A. Roebling's Sons Company, Trenton N.J., Block 3)
Trenton Northern portion of Roebling complex, built wire for North Sea Mine Barrage, Golden Gate Bridge, among other structures
79 John Rogers House
John Rogers House
January 31, 1978
(#78001770)
South of Princeton on S. Post Rd.
40°15′45″N 74°38′52″W / 40.262414°N 74.6479°W / 40.262414; -74.6479 (John Rogers House)
West Windsor
80 V. Henry Rothschild-F.A. Straus and Co.-Atlantic Products Corporation Mill Complex
V. Henry Rothschild-F.A. Straus and Co.-Atlantic Products Corporation Mill Complex
November 19, 2020
(#100005815)
1 North Johnston Ave.
40°13′58″N 74°44′00″W / 40.2329°N 74.7333°W / 40.2329; -74.7333 (V. Henry Rothschild-F.A. Straus and Co.-Atlantic Products Corporation Mill Complex)
Hamilton Township
81 Sacred Heart Church
Sacred Heart Church
May 2, 2002
(#02000434)
343 S. Broad St.
40°12′59″N 74°45′40″W / 40.2164°N 74.7611°W / 40.2164; -74.7611 (Sacred Heart Church)
Trenton
82 Samuel Sloan House
Samuel Sloan House
March 28, 1974
(#74001168)
238 S. Main St.
40°15′58″N 74°31′32″W / 40.2661°N 74.5256°W / 40.2661; -74.5256 (Samuel Sloan House)
Hightstown
83 Smith-Ribsam House
Smith-Ribsam House
June 9, 1988
(#88000722)
45 Pine Knoll Dr.
40°16′27″N 74°43′28″W / 40.274167°N 74.724444°W / 40.274167; -74.724444 (Smith-Ribsam House)
Eldridge Park
84 Somerset Roller Mills
Somerset Roller Mills
November 19, 1974
(#74001171)
NJ 29
40°16′45″N 74°51′13″W / 40.279167°N 74.853611°W / 40.279167; -74.853611 (Somerset Roller Mills)
Titusville
85 St. Michael's Episcopal Church
St. Michael's Episcopal Church
April 29, 1982
(#82003280)
140 N. Warren St.
40°13′20″N 74°45′55″W / 40.222222°N 74.765278°W / 40.222222; -74.765278 (St. Michael's Episcopal Church)
Trenton
86 State House Historic District
State House Historic District
August 27, 1976
(#76001161)
Roughly bounded by Capitol Plaza, Willow, State and Lafayette Sts.
• Boundary increase (listed April 2, 1992, refnum 92000295): W. State St. south side, west of New Jersey State House

40°13′14″N 74°46′15″W / 40.220556°N 74.770833°W / 40.220556; -74.770833 (State House Historic District)
Trenton
87 Israel Stevens House
Israel Stevens House
March 15, 2005
(#05000176)
2167 Brunswick Ave.
40°15′19″N 74°44′00″W / 40.255278°N 74.733333°W / 40.255278; -74.733333 (Israel Stevens House)
Lawrence
88 Stockton Street Historic District
Stockton Street Historic District
November 25, 2005
(#05001331)
126-136 Stockton St., 219-237 Rogers Ave.
40°16′15″N 74°31′42″W / 40.2709°N 74.5284°W / 40.2709; -74.5284 (Stockton Street Historic District)
Hightstown
89 Stokely-Van Camp Industrial Complex
Stokely-Van Camp Industrial Complex
March 11, 1983
(#83001603)
Lalor Street at Stokely Ave.
40°11′59″N 74°45′16″W / 40.199722°N 74.754444°W / 40.199722; -74.754444 (Stokely-Van Camp Industrial Complex)
Trenton
90 Joseph Stout House
Joseph Stout House
October 29, 1974
(#74001169)
Province Line Rd.
40°24′34″N 74°44′44″W / 40.409444°N 74.745556°W / 40.409444; -74.745556 (Joseph Stout House)
Hopewell
91 Titusville Historic District
Titusville Historic District
March 17, 1983
(#83001604)
River Drive
40°18′22″N 74°52′44″W / 40.306111°N 74.878889°W / 40.306111; -74.878889 (Titusville Historic District)
Titusville
92 William Trent House
William Trent House
April 15, 1970
(#70000388)
15 Market Street
40°12′46″N 74°45′58″W / 40.212778°N 74.766111°W / 40.212778; -74.766111 (William Trent House)
Trenton
93 Trenton and Mercer County War Memorial-Soldiers' and Sailors' Memorial Building
Trenton and Mercer County War Memorial-Soldiers' and Sailors' Memorial Building
December 11, 1986
(#86003480)
W. Lafayette St.
40°13′06″N 74°46′06″W / 40.218333°N 74.768333°W / 40.218333; -74.768333 (Trenton and Mercer County War Memorial-Soldiers' and Sailors' Memorial Building)
Trenton
94 Trenton Battle Monument
Trenton Battle Monument
May 6, 1977
(#77000881)
Warren and Broad Streets
40°13′33″N 74°45′53″W / 40.225833°N 74.764722°W / 40.225833; -74.764722 (Trenton Battle Monument)
Trenton Commemorates the Battle of Trenton
95 Trenton Central Office of the Bell Telephone Company
Trenton Central Office of the Bell Telephone Company
April 3, 2017
(#100000826)
214-218 E. State St.
40°13′14″N 74°45′40″W / 40.220513°N 74.761001°W / 40.220513; -74.761001 (Trenton Central Office of the Bell Telephone Company)
Trenton
96 Trenton City Hall
Trenton City Hall
January 30, 1978
(#78001771)
309 State St.
40°13′12″N 74°45′34″W / 40.22°N 74.759444°W / 40.22; -74.759444 (Trenton City Hall)
Trenton
97 Trenton City/Calhoun Street Bridge
Trenton City/Calhoun Street Bridge
November 20, 1975
(#75001621)
Spans Delaware River between Morrisville, PA and Trenton, NJ
40°13′11″N 74°46′42″W / 40.219722°N 74.778333°W / 40.219722; -74.778333 (Trenton City/Calhoun Street Bridge)
Trenton
98 Trenton Ferry Historic District
Trenton Ferry Historic District
June 26, 2013
(#13000355)
Roughly bounded by South Broad and Federal Streets, the Delaware River and the Amtrak Northeast Corridor
40°12′36″N 74°45′34″W / 40.210000°N 74.759444°W / 40.210000; -74.759444 (Trenton Ferry Historic District)
Trenton Working class urban mixed-use neighborhood of row houses, duplexes, churches, and commercial buildings[28]
99 Trenton Friends Meeting House
Trenton Friends Meeting House
April 30, 2008
(#08000362)
142 E. Hanover St.
40°13′16″N 74°45′46″W / 40.221181°N 74.762644°W / 40.221181; -74.762644 (Trenton Friends Meeting House)
Trenton
100 Trenton Jewish Community Center Bath House and Day Camp
Trenton Jewish Community Center Bath House and Day Camp
February 23, 1984
(#84002730)
999 Lower Ferry Rd.
40°15′33″N 74°47′58″W / 40.259167°N 74.799444°W / 40.259167; -74.799444 (Trenton Jewish Community Center Bath House and Day Camp)
Ewing Township
101 Trenton Watch Company Building-Circle F Manufacturing Company Building
Trenton Watch Company Building-Circle F Manufacturing Company Building
April 3, 2017
(#100000827)
720 Monmouth St.
40°13′02″N 74°44′48″W / 40.217111°N 74.746644°W / 40.217111; -74.746644 (Trenton Watch Company Building-Circle F Manufacturing Company Building)
Trenton
102 Tusculum
Tusculum
January 5, 1978
(#78003171)
North of Princeton on Cherry Hill Rd.
40°21′58″N 74°40′17″W / 40.366111°N 74.671389°W / 40.366111; -74.671389 (Tusculum)
Princeton
103 U.S. Post Office and Courthouse
U.S. Post Office and Courthouse
May 24, 2012
(#12000309)
402 E. State St.
40°13′16″N 74°45′26″W / 40.221132°N 74.757314°W / 40.221132; -74.757314 (U.S. Post Office and Courthouse)
Trenton
104 University Cottage Club
University Cottage Club
November 19, 1999
(#99001315)
51 Prospect Ave.
40°20′53″N 74°39′07″W / 40.348056°N 74.651944°W / 40.348056; -74.651944 (University Cottage Club)
Princeton
105 Col. John Van Cleve Homestead
Col. John Van Cleve Homestead
February 16, 1983
(#83001605)
Northwest of Pennington on Poor Farm Rd.
40°21′11″N 74°49′27″W / 40.353056°N 74.824167°W / 40.353056; -74.824167 (Col. John Van Cleve Homestead)
Hopewell Township
106 Jeremiah Vandyke House
Jeremiah Vandyke House
March 29, 1978
(#78001769)
Featherbed Lane
40°24′34″N 74°46′51″W / 40.409444°N 74.780833°W / 40.409444; -74.780833 (Jeremiah Vandyke House)
Hopewell
107 Washington Crossing State Park
Washington Crossing State Park
October 15, 1966
(#66000650)
Titusville, New Jersey, on the Delaware River
40°17′57″N 74°52′07″W / 40.299167°N 74.868611°W / 40.299167; -74.868611 (Washington Crossing State Park)
Titusville
108 Washington Road Elm Allée
Washington Road Elm Allée
January 14, 1999
(#98001571)
Washington Rd., bet. the Penns Neck Circle and The D&R Canal
40°20′08″N 74°38′37″W / 40.335556°N 74.643611°W / 40.335556; -74.643611 (Washington Road Elm Allée)
West Windsor
109 Isaac Watson House
Isaac Watson House
January 21, 1974
(#74001173)
151 Westcott Street
40°11′26″N 74°43′38″W / 40.190556°N 74.727222°W / 40.190556; -74.727222 (Isaac Watson House)
Hamilton Township
110 John Welling House
John Welling House
March 14, 1973
(#73001110)
Curlis Ave. at Birch St.
40°19′17″N 74°46′58″W / 40.321389°N 74.782778°W / 40.321389; -74.782778 (John Welling House)
Pennington Rare example of a Dutch clapboard and shingle house[29]
111 West Trenton Station
West Trenton Station
June 22, 1984
(#84004031)
Sullivan Way
40°15′27″N 74°48′57″W / 40.2575°N 74.815833°W / 40.2575; -74.815833 (West Trenton Station)
West Trenton part of the Operating Passenger Railroad Stations TR
112 John White House
John White House
January 29, 1973
(#73001108)
1 mile (1.6 km) north of Lawrenceville on Cold Soil Rd.
40°18′52″N 74°43′42″W / 40.314444°N 74.728333°W / 40.314444; -74.728333 (John White House)
Lawrenceville
113 Windsor Historic District
Windsor Historic District
April 10, 1992
(#88001710)
Roughly bounded by properties along Main St. and Church St.
40°14′27″N 74°35′06″W / 40.240833°N 74.585°W / 40.240833; -74.585 (Windsor Historic District)
Robbinsville
114 Witherspoon Street School for Colored Children
Witherspoon Street School for Colored Children
March 9, 2005
(#05000125)
35 Quarry St.
40°21′19″N 74°39′46″W / 40.355278°N 74.662778°W / 40.355278; -74.662778 (Witherspoon Street School for Colored Children)
Princeton
115 Jeremiah Woolsey House
Jeremiah Woolsey House
January 27, 1975
(#75001140)
Southwest of Pennington on Washington Crossing Rd.
40°18′32″N 74°49′36″W / 40.308889°N 74.826667°W / 40.308889; -74.826667 (Jeremiah Woolsey House)
Hopewell Township Dutch Colonial house built 1765. Jeremiah Woolsey served as a commissioner to recruit men to serve in the Continental Army during the American Revolution.[30]

Former listings[edit]

[3] Name on the Register Image Date listedDate removed Location City or town Description
1 Hutchinson House January 25, 1973
(#73002201)
March 6, 1975 1 mi. NE of Hutchinson Mill-Pond Rd.
Hamilton Square Destroyed by fire in 1974.
2 Princessville Inn
Princessville Inn
June 27, 1980
(#80002497)
June 11, 1982 E of Lawrenceville at 3510 Princeton Pike
Lawrence Township Destroyed by fire on January 6, 1982.[31] Adjacent cemetery is extant.

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ The latitude and longitude information provided in this table was derived originally from the National Register Information System, which has been found to be fairly accurate for about 99% of listings. Some locations in this table may have been corrected to current GPS standards.
  2. ^ National Park Service, United States Department of the Interior, "National Register of Historic Places: Weekly List Actions", retrieved August 5, 2022.
  3. ^ a b Numbers represent an alphabetical ordering by significant words. Various colorings, defined here, differentiate National Historic Landmarks and historic districts from other NRHP buildings, structures, sites or objects.
  4. ^ "National Register Information System". National Register of Historic Places. National Park Service. April 24, 2008.
  5. ^ The eight-digit number below each date is the number assigned to each location in the National Register Information System database, which can be viewed by clicking the number.
  6. ^ "2008 Interpretive Plan for Abbott Farm NHL" (PDF). Mercer County Parks Commission. Archived from the original (PDF) on 2013-10-02. Retrieved 2013-09-19.
  7. ^ "The Northeast". On the Record. National Park Service. Retrieved 2011-07-21.
  8. ^ West, Helen almy (1954). A History of Hamilton Township, Mercer County, New Jersey. Trenton: Trenton Printing Company. pp. 18–19.
  9. ^ Clark, William J. (July 1, 1976). "Abbott-Decou House". National Register of Historic Places. National Park Service.
  10. ^ Lamar, Martha L.; Powell, L. Matthew; Davies, David S. (June 5, 1979). "Adams and Sickles Building". National Register of Historic Places. National Park Service.
  11. ^ Nash, Winona D. (October 28, 1971). "Anderson-Capner House". National Register of Historic Places. National Park Service.
  12. ^ a b c Federal and state laws and practices restrict general public access to information regarding the specific location of this resource. In some cases, this is to protect archeological sites from vandalism, while in other cases it is restricted at the request of the owner. See: Knoerl, John; Miller, Diane; Shrimpton, Rebecca H. (1990), Guidelines for Restricting Information about Historic and Prehistoric Resources, National Register Bulletin, National Park Service, U.S. Department of the Interior, OCLC 20706997.
  13. ^ Gottuso, George M. (March 13, 1979). "Baker-Brearley House". National Register of Historic Places. National Park Service.
  14. ^ Bertland, Dennis; Armstrong, Janice (October 2011). "Bear Tavern Road/Jacob's Creek Crossing Rural Historic District" (PDF). National Register of Historic Places. National Park Service.
  15. ^ Wolf, Gary (August 26, 1976). "Henry Clay and Bock & Co. Ltd. Cigar Factory". National Register of Historic Places. National Park Service.
  16. ^ Stryker, William S. (1898). The Battles of Trenton and Princeton. Boston and New York: Houghton, Mifflin and Company. p. 270.
  17. ^ "The History Archived 2009-10-01 at the Wayback Machine." Drumthwacket Foundation.
  18. ^ Blake, Channing (March 10, 1973). "William Green House". National Register of Historic Places. National Park Service.
  19. ^ Terry, Erik (October 28, 1997). "Green-Reading House". National Register of Historic Places. National Park Service.
  20. ^ Greiff, Constance; Blake, Channing (September 8, 1971). "John D. Hart House". National Register of Historic Places. National Park Service.
  21. ^ Greiff, Constance; Blake, Channing (September 1971). "Hart-Hoch House". National Register of Historic Places. National Park Service.
  22. ^ English, Illona S. (March 1994). "Highfields". National Register of Historic Places. National Park Service.
  23. ^ Fricker, Jonathan (July 12, 1977). "House at 379 West State Street". National Register of Historic Places. National Park Service.
  24. ^ Zink, Clifford W. (October 15, 1986). "In and Out Social Club". National Register of Historic Places. National Park Service.
  25. ^ Barucco, Suzanna (August 27, 2007). "Thomas Maddock's Sons Company". National Register of Historic Places. National Park Service.
  26. ^ "Joseph Phillips Farm". National Register of Historic Places. National Park Service. June 1976.
  27. ^ Hand, Susanne (April 17, 1997). "Roebling Machine Shop". National Register of Historic Places. National Park Service.
  28. ^ Tvaryanas, Damon; Scott, Douglas; Hunter, Richard (November 26, 2012). "Trenton Ferry Historic District" (PDF). National Register of Historic Places. National Park Service.
  29. ^ Greiff, Constance; Blake, Channing (September 8, 1971). "John Welling House". National Register of Historic Places. National Park Service.
  30. ^ Israel, Nancy (October 1974). "Jeremiah Woolsey House". National Register of Historic Places. National Park Service.
  31. ^ "Old inn reduced to ashes". Asbury Park Press. January 8, 1982. p. A9. Retrieved August 7, 2022 – via Newspapers.com.