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  2. Battle of Red Bank - Wikipedia

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    60 captured [1] The Battle of Red Bank was a battle fought on October 22, 1777 during the American Revolutionary War in which a British and Hessian force was sent to take Fort Mercer on the left bank (or New Jersey side) of the Delaware River just south of Philadelphia, but was decisively defeated by a far inferior force of Colonial defenders ...

  3. Charles E. Mercer - Wikipedia

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    Charles E. Mercer (born in Stouffville, Ontario on July 12, 1917 - died December 28, 1988 in Edison, New Jersey) was a Canadian-American author, editor and journalist. Mercer was the son of Baptist minister Alfred Mercer. After earning a Bachelor of Arts from Brown University in 1939, Mercer worked as a reporter for The Washington Post and ...

  4. Keith Van Horn - Wikipedia

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    Keith Adam Van Horn (born October 23, 1975) is an American former professional basketball player. Van Horn played for the New Jersey Nets, Philadelphia 76ers, New York Knicks, Milwaukee Bucks, and the Dallas Mavericks of the National Basketball Association (NBA). A forward, Van Horn finished his collegiate career at the University of Utah as ...

  5. Fernbrook Farms - Wikipedia

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    Added to NRHP. July 7, 2022. Designated NJRHP. May 16, 2022. Fernbrook Farms is a 230-acre (93 ha) working farm located along County Route 545 (Bordentown-Georgetown Road) in Chesterfield Township in Burlington County, New Jersey. Originally an 18th century farm, it now includes an inn, nursery, environmental education center, and community ...

  6. Mick Mercer - Wikipedia

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    Mercer is primarily a writer focused on the gothic scene and its music. He has also photographed bands from the punk era onwards. He published a monthly online magazine, The Mick, for over ten years and now hosts a weekly live internet radio show, Mick Mercer Radio . Mercer ran one of the first punk fanzines, Panache, from 1976 to 1992.

  7. Mercer Oak - Wikipedia

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    Mercer Oak. The Mercer Oak was a large white oak tree that stood in Princeton Battlefield State Park in Princeton, New Jersey. The tree was about 300 years old when it was torn by strong winds in March 2000. It was the emblem of Princeton Township and appeared on the seal of the township. The tree is also the key element of the seal of Mercer ...

  8. Parler - Wikipedia

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    The Wall Street Journal first reported in November 2020 that conservative investor Rebekah Mercer had funded Parler, and Mercer has since been revealed to have been a co-founder of the company. [3] [1] [51] [54] According to Mercer, she co-founded Parler to counter the "ever-increasing tyranny and hubris of our tech overlords". [55]

  9. National Register of Historic Places listings in Mercer ...

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    This is intended to be a complete list of properties and districts listed on the National Register of Historic Places in Mercer County, New Jersey.The locations of National Register properties and districts (at least for all showing latitude and longitude coordinates below) may be seen in an online map by clicking on "Map of all coordinates".