Colonial Hats and Cloaks Hanging in the Tavern

Jane Neill-Hancock

Wayne, United States

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taken inside the Indian Queen Tavern in the East Jersey Olde Town Village, Piscataway NJ.

One of the most historic of all the Village structures, the Indian Queen Tavern was the site of social gatherings, travelers’ meals and repose and the center of patriot meetings during the Revolutionary War. Its most famous patrons were General George Washington who attended a dinner given in his honor by the people of New Brunswick in 1783, Benjamin Franklin and John Adams prior to his presidency. In its time, the Tavern was considered upscale.

I am posting a photo of the outside of the Tavern next, and have already posted a photo of the sign outside the tavern. I have added the link to the TAVERN SIGN HERE

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