Indian King Tavern State Historic Site

Indian King Tavern State Historic Site


Location:On Kings Highway in Haddonfield.
Activities:Tours (call ahead for availability).
Special Features:Indian King Tavern was the site of two important meetings of the New Jersey Assembly. At the first meeting, on March 10, 1777, the Assembly approved the adoption of the Great Seal of New Jersey. Six months later, the Assembly met again at the tavern and enacted a law substituting the word "state" for "colony" in all commissions, writs, and indictments.
Address:233 Kings Hwy
Haddonfield, NJ 08033

Phone:856-429-6792
Web: www.njparksandforests.org/historic/indianking/index.html

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