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On November 20 of 1776
British and Hessian troops cross the Hudson River to attack the Continental Army at Fort Lee, forcing its retreat southwest across New Jersey.
On November 19 of 1969
Astronaut Charles “Pete” Conrad, Jr., a Princeton University alumnus in the Class of 1953, third man to walk on the moon and Commander of the Appollo XII lunar mission, brings a Princeton flag to the moon which he returns with his inscription and signature as a gift to the University.
On November 18 of 1776
Continental Army troops under George Washington retreat from New York to New Jersey, crossing the Hudson by ship to Fort Lee after the British seize Fort Washington in the Bronx
Jon Stewart "I'm from New Jersey..." introduction for Bruce Springsteen at 2014 Kennedy Center Honors
Poster promoting Atlantic City in 1920s
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Four horse-drawn fire engines gallop on snow-covered street to fire in Newark in 1896 film shot by Thomas Edison Inc.
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