Continental Army, and French Army Campsites 24 (south), and 30 (north), in Princeton

This American campsite of August 30/31, 1781, and connected resources are (most likely) identical with the place where the French Army would camp the following day, its twenty-fourth camp since departure from their first camp in Providence, Rhode Island, on June 18, 1781.

Units
Continental Army, Bourbonnois, Soissonnois, Saintonge, Royal Deux-Ponts plus campaign artillery and Lauzun’s Legion consecutively. All Continental Army units on their way to Yorktown consecutively.
Date
Direction
Destination
Both
Yorktown, Virginia (Continental Army and French infantry) and Gloucester Courthouse, Virginia (hussars of Lauzun’s Legion) in 1781, Crompond/Yorktown Heights, New York and from there to Boston, Massachusetts (French infantry) and winter quarters 1782/83 in Wilmington, Delaware (Lauzun’s Legion) in 1782
Latitude
Longitude
40.347174
-74.665803
Address
Zipcode
City
State
Princeton
NJ
Phone Number