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EAGLE TAVERN

  • 431-433 South Broad Street
  • Trenton, NJ 08611
  • Artwork Creator: n/a
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  • Access: Not open to public
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  • Project Date: 1765

“Built in 1765 by the owner of the mills established by Mahlon Stacy and William Trent, the building at what is now 431-433 South Broad Street was a residence before its use as a tavern throughout the 19th century. In connection with the nearby Eagle Race Track, it was frequented by horse owners and served as a meeting place for South Ward politicians and members of the Eagle Fire Company. It became a boarding house at the turn of the century, but was vacant from 1947 until its acquisition by the city in 1965.” – A Capital Place: The Story of Trenton

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