Definition of Morristown
1. Noun. A town in northern New Jersey where the Continental Army spent two winters.
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Literary usage of Morristown
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1. The Catholic Encyclopedia: An International Work of Reference on the by Charles George Herbermann (1913)
"ELIZABETH (mother- house at Convent Station, near morristown, New Jersey), a community founded at Newark, in 1859, by Mother Mary Xavier Mehegan, ..."
2. The Revolutionary War and the Military Policy of the United States by Francis Vinton Greene (1911)
"The next day Washington marched seventeen miles in the direction of morristown, crossing the Raritan near Bound Brook, and selecting a good position for the ..."
3. The Passaic Valley, New Jersey, in Three Centuries by John Whitehead (1901)
"CHAPTER XI THE morristown LIBRARY REVOLUTIONARY HISTORY N THE north side of South Street, near the heart of the city, stands a large structure ninety feet ..."
4. The American Revolution by George Otto Trevelyan (1907)
"1 Washington's prolonged stay at morristown was something of an oasis in the desert of his severe existence. Two years of perpetual labour, ..."