Educator Resources

The Princeton Battlefield Society welcomes conversations with educators on how we can assist in providing you with the information and resources to teaching children of all ages about the Battle of Princeton, life in British America, the Colonial, and Revolutionary eras.  One of our volunteers can help you find the most appropriate books, living historians, re-enactors, historical interpreters, and public historians.

We would be happy to assist in school visits to the battlefield, or bringing living history into your classroom. Please send us your questions, and one of our volunteers will be in touch with you. If you do not have any questions at this time, but you would like to be added to our educator mailing list, please let us know which school, and/or grade level with which you are connected and we will add you to our mailing list!

A few recommended  resources:

School/Scout Tours of the Battlefield

Tours of the Thomas Clarke House, and of the history of the Battle of Princeton can be arranged by calling the State Park at 609-921-0074, or the Princeton Battlefield Society 609-232-8540. Thank you!