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The Old Barracks Museum, also known as Old Barracks, in Trenton, Mercer County, New Jersey, United States, is the only remaining colonial barracks in New Jersey. It is the last of five such barracks authorized by the colonial legislature in 1758 to house soldiers in the French and Indian War. It housed about 300 soldiers at a time. During the American Revolution, George Washington crossed the Delaware River to catch the Hessian garrison by surprise.
- also known as Old Barracks; Trenton Barracks; Old Barracks Museum, Trenton
- part of Trenton, New Jersey
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The Old Barracks Museum is an eighteenth -century ...
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