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Sunday, January 17, 2021

World War II Memorial

At the height of World War II, Trentonians were manufacturing steel, wire, and other materials to support American troops in the European and Pacific theatres. The war...

Manufacturing a Revolution

The Old Barracks Museum will be hosing Manufacturing a Revolution: Trenton in the Winter of 1778. On Saturday, March 23 and Sunday,...

Helen Boehm, the Princess of Porcelain

Helen Boehm was an American businesswoman who helped market her husband's porcelain creations to people all over the world. The work of their family can be found...

Loyal Song – Music of the French and Indian War

Tonight, October 12th from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m., you can experience music of the French and Indian War at the Old Barracks Museum.

General John Cadwalader

Located just east of the Delaware River and off of Parkside Avenue in Trenton is Cadwalader Park. While all Trentonians likely know the park, and...

Sally Rowley: Civil Rights Activist and Friend of the People

Sara Jane Rowley (better known as Sally to her friends and family) was a civil rights activist and maker of American jewelry. While working as a secretary...

From Fossil Tracks to Flight Suits

The New Jersey State Museum is currently running “Objects Count: A Decade of Collecting,” which features an eclectic selection of artifacts and specimens in the...

A Look Back: Trenton’s Unique History of Industrialization

Throughout its history, New Jersey's Capital City has been a place of industrial development. This rampant industrialization can be traced back all the way to the 1840’s...

Trentoniana Photo Series: 1611 Air Transport Wing

On June 1, 1948, a powerhouse unified Department of Defense command was activated by combining the United States Navy's Naval Air Transport Service (NATS) and the United States Air Force's Air...

Fire Museum to Honor Trenton’s First African-American Firefighter

Mayor Gusciora and Trenton Fire Director Derrick Sawyer will host a sign dedication ceremony later this afternoon in honor of Trenton's African-American firefighters, particularly Trenton's...