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VOTE HERE
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You can go straight to the district's website to learn more about the process and place your vote by April 1. You can go straight to the district's website to learn more about the process and place your vote by April 1. Show less
*****PRINCETON COMMUNITY MIDDLE SCHOOL*****
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Princeton Public School students propose: PRINCETON COMMUNITY MIDDLE SCHOOL. Please note that the library has not provided 'additional resources about this name' Princeton Public School students propose: PRINCETON COMMUNITY MIDDLE SCHOOL. Please note that the library has not provided 'additional resources about this name' Show less
*****WALNUT LANE MIDDLE SCHOOL*****
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Princeton Public School students propose: WALNUT LANE MIDDLE SCHOOL. Please note that the library has not provided 'additional resources about this name. Princeton Public School students propose: WALNUT LANE MIDDLE SCHOOL. Please note that the library has not provided 'additional resources about this name. Show less
*****ALBERT EINSTEIN MIDDLE SCHOOL*****
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Princeton Public School students propose: ALBERT EINSTEIN MIDDLE SCHOOL Princeton Public School students propose: ALBERT EINSTEIN MIDDLE SCHOOL Show less
Einstein
[his Life and Universe]
Audiobook CD - 2007
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Einstein
The Passions of A Scientist
Book - 2003
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Dear Professor Einstein
Albert Einstein's Letters to and From Children
Book - 2002
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*****ELIZABETH STOCKTON MIDDLE SCHOOL*****
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Princeton Public School students propose: ELIZABETH STOCKTON MIDDLE SCHOOL Princeton Public School students propose: ELIZABETH STOCKTON MIDDLE SCHOOL Show less
Witherspoon Street Presbyterian Church: Our History
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The historic Witherspoon Street Presbyterian Church was officially formed on September 4, 1840. They offer here history of Elizabeth 'Betsey' Stockton wh...Show more The historic Witherspoon Street Presbyterian Church was officially formed on September 4, 1840. They offer here history of Elizabeth 'Betsey' Stockton who was 'born a slave to the Stockton family of Princeton, New Jersey. She traveled as a missionary to the Hawaiian Islands. When she returned to Princeton as a free woman she started a Sabbath school at Witherspoon and was a beloved teacher for the neighborhood children' Show less
Undaunted Courage and Fatih: The lives of Three Black Women in the West and Hawaii in the early 19th Century
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This resource can be accessed with your library card from home or within the library. The link will take you to the log in site, where you will want to se...Show more This resource can be accessed with your library card from home or within the library. The link will take you to the log in site, where you will want to search for the above named article, "The article discusses the role played by African American women in the political, ideological and social aspects that are affecting and changing the lives of African American people and other western people over a period of five hundred years. Three African American women were subjects for this study: Betsey Stockton, who moved to Hawaii in 1823; Clara Brown who settled in Colorado in 1859, and Jane Elizabeth Manning James who migrated to Utah in 1847." Show less
Betsey Stockton, Pioneer Early Childhood Teacher
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"Stockton had a remarkable 40-year teaching career. Early on, she traveled extensively, establishing schools for Hawaiian children and adults on Maui...Show more "Stockton had a remarkable 40-year teaching career. Early on, she traveled extensively, establishing schools for Hawaiian children and adults on Maui and preschools (then called infant schools) for African American children in Philadelphia and Aboriginal children in Canada. Then, settling in Princeton, New Jersey, she organized and taught in schools for African American children for 30 years, until her death in 1865. Her story shows how one teacher engaged with new approaches to teaching young children to forge a wholly unique teaching life" Show less
Princeton and Slavery | Betsey Stockton
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Betsey Stockton (1798?-1865), a former slave of Princeton president, Ashbel Green, became a prominent and respected educator in Princeton, Philadelphia, and the Sandwich Islands (present-day Hawaii) Betsey Stockton (1798?-1865), a former slave of Princeton president, Ashbel Green, became a prominent and respected educator in Princeton, Philadelphia, and the Sandwich Islands (present-day Hawaii) Show less
Betsey Stockton: Stranger in a Strange Land
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This article is from the Journal of Presbyterian History and is available through the online database JSTOR. Upon registering with JSTOR it is currently p...Show more This article is from the Journal of Presbyterian History and is available through the online database JSTOR. Upon registering with JSTOR it is currently possible to access some articles, including this one from "Journal of Presbyterian History (1962-1985) Vol. 52, No. 2, Women and the Presbyterian Church (SUMMER 1974), pp. 157-166 (10 pages) Show less
Princeton Seminary and Slavery | Betsey Stockton
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The Princeton Theological Seminary did "A journey of confession and repentance.' One of the people mentioned in this exploration is Elizabeth 'Betsey' Stockton The Princeton Theological Seminary did "A journey of confession and repentance.' One of the people mentioned in this exploration is Elizabeth 'Betsey' Stockton Show less
*****JOHN LEWIS MIDDLE SCHOOL*****
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Princeton Public School students propose John Lewis Princeton Public School students propose John Lewis Show less
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