TrentonTrenton is the name of several places in Canada and the United States.
Trenton is the capital of New Jersey, United States. Founded by John Trent along the Delaware River. It was briefly a United States capital. (See Trenton, New Jersey). The Battle of Trenton was fought here in December of 1776.
There are also:
- A city in Florida; see Trenton, Florida.
- A city in Georgia; see Trenton, Georgia.
- A city in Illinois; see Trenton, Illinois.
- A city in Kentucky; see Trenton, Kentucky.
- A city in Michigan; see Trenton, Michigan.
- A city in Missouri; see Trenton, Missouri.
- A village in Nebraska; see Trenton, Nebraska.
- A town in New York; see Trenton, New York.
- A town in North Carolina; see Trenton, North Carolina.
- A city in Ohio; see Trenton, Ohio.
- A town in South Carolina; see Trenton, South Carolina.
- A city in Tennessee; see Trenton, Tennessee.
- A town in Utah; see Trenton, Utah.
- Several towns in Wisconsin
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