ah the Leni Lenape!Poquessings and Neshaminy were in eastern PA at the timeALOHA from HonoluluComfort Spiral ~ > < } } ( ° > <3
Ancient routes are the best.
Also intrigued by the ancient pathways, George was a johnny-come-lately. Nice link.
These historical markers are always so interesting and important. And always wonderful to see!
What a lovely memento you have there in Princeton!Duncan In Kuantan
I might have the sensational colours and landscapes downunder; but you've got the history!! Is that a fair trade?!?!
Un reportaje instructivo.Un saludo, Ángel
Gosh, Princeton's that old?
It's always interesting to see such historic places marked.
Princeton has had an eventful history Lulu, and how wonderful for Washington to be remembered and honored in this way.
Lulu, you have a very rich history!!! I would love to live in the city like this. I would have many strolls along all historical places.I like that you cover so many topics. I am learning and learning and happy about it:)))))
which reminds me, i had meant to sign ashlyn up for dar...great scholarships...a little late now ....
Fascinating! I'm drawn to the American Revolution. I'll have to re-read McCullough's 1776 sometime soon.
Thanks so much, everyone! Ancient pathways are the most intriguing. Hilda and Red Nomad - yes, I guess Princeton is old by American standards:) William - you'd find many Revolutionary sites dotting the landscape here.
I love to ramble in old graveyards. I wonder if anyone has ever written a history of North America via old tomb stones and gravemarkers? Even the words ancient pathways are thrilling.
I got accepted into the DAR 2 years ago...so this is particularly neat to see. Nicely photographed, Lulu, this piece of American history.
Interesting info and nice shot. Well done, thanks for sharing.
This is so interesting - thanks so much for sharing this!
Post a Comment