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  • This Week in Princeton History for November 13-19

    This Week in Princeton History for November 13-19

    By April C. Armstrong *14 In this week’s installment of our recurring series, a Philadelphia newspaper denounces New Jersey officials for not being more supportive of Princeton, a new roof is controversial, and more. November 13, 1802—An essay in the Philadelphia Repository denounces “The groveling, penurious and ungracious” “people of New Jersey”: Princeton College, which…