October 3, 2012

Question of the Week: “What are some of your favorite historic sites?” “What are some of your favorite historic sites?” (Asked Saturday at the Princeton Battlefield’s Colonial Days Revisited event)

“We really like to go to Williamsburg, Virginia, and see the sites around there.” —Jennifer Parry with son, Jacob and daughter, Madelyn, Helmetta, N.J.

Linda: “Old Town in Philadelphia, there is so much history there.”
David: “Virginia has some of our favorite sites. We like to go to Williamsburg, Thomas Jefferson’s Monticello, Richmond, and any of the sites along the way.”
—Linda Rose and David Rogers, Hatboro, Pa.

“The USS Arizona Memorial, located at Pearl Harbor in Hawaii.” —Kevin O’Donnell, Forked River

“Princeton Battlefield is certainly one of my favorites. My ancestors survived because of the counterattack. All the major New Jersey battles are personal and important sites to me.” —Jean Hultgren, Lawrenceville

“Some of my favorites are the Revolutionary War sites here in New Jersey, to name a few: the Princeton Battlefield, The Barracks in Trenton, Monmouth Battlefield State Park. New Jersey is filled with historical sites.” —Ray Helge, Monroe

“Washington’s Crossing Park, Morven, the Quaker Meeting House and the Princeton Battlefield.”
—Gage and Susan Honore with son, Alfred, Princeton