John Van Buren Wicoff and his wife Lavinia Applegate Wicoff had seven children while living in the Wicoff House. They built an
The Wicoff House Museum offers rotating exhibits throughout the year. These photos are from a special display of local Lenape artifacts. The
Plainsboro certainly has changed and grown since its incorporation on May 6, 1919. Our township of 11.84 square miles is much smaller
In 1982, an archeological dig was done at the location where the new Scudders Mill Road Bypass would intersect with US Route
Students have been working hard doing research, designing posters, creating craft projects and decorating the exhibit rooms for their "Around the World
The New Jersey State Museum in Trenton has a series of fascinating displays about New Jersey's first inhabitants - the Lenape people.