Trenton, N.J., was the site of George Washington’s first victory during the Revolutionary War, the important Battle of Trenton, when Washington led his men over the icy Delaware River the day after Christmas, 1776. The city proudly carries the nickname “Turning Point of the Revolution.”
Interesting bit of U.S. history trivia: Trenton was once the capital of the United States, albeit briefly, in November and December 1784.
Trace your genealogy from this historical New Jersey city. Here is the complete list of Trenton, NJ, newspapers currently available in our online archives, providing coverage from 1792 to today.
|Miscellany||6/10/1805 – 12/2/1805||Newspaper Archives|
|New Jersey State Gazette||9/19/1792 – 12/31/1799||Newspaper Archives|
|Sentinel||6/26/1880 – 11/13/1882||Newspaper Archives|
|Times||3/21/2007 – Current||Recent Obituaries|
|Trenton Evening Times||1/7/1883 – 3/15/1993||Newspaper Archives|
|Trenton Federalist||12/2/1800 – 12/27/1824||Newspaper Archives|
|Trenton State Gazette||1/12/1847 – 12/31/1898||Newspaper Archives|
|Trenton Sunday Times-Advertiser||11/6/1938 – 8/26/1973||Newspaper Archives|
|Trentonian||4/12/2000 – Current||Recent Obituaries|
|True American||3/10/1801 – 9/21/1818||Newspaper Archives|
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