Edward Percy Moran, Washington inspecting the captured colors after the battle of Trenton. Lithograph of painting by Hayes Litho. Co., Buffalo, N.Y., 1914. / Battle of Trenton · George Washington's Mount Vernon
The Sanhicans, a Native American tribe, previously occupied the site of modern-day Trenton. They called the area Assunpink, a name that means “stony, watery place" and refers to the rocky falls in the nearby stretch of the Delaware River.
George Washington, Battle of Trenton, & Betsy Ross Lesson - This is part 4 of a 6 part hands-on unit study on the American War for Independence. Make powder horns, cook hasty pudding, reenact the crossing of the Delaware and Battle of Trenton, paint the first American flag, and more!