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  1. Aaron Burr Sr. (January 4, 1716 – September 24, 1757) was a notable Presbyterian minister and college educator in colonial America. He was a founder of the College of New Jersey (now Princeton University) and the father of Aaron Burr (1756–1836), the third vice president of the United States.

  2. Aaron Burr Jr. ( Newark, 6 de febrero de 1756 – Port Richmond, 14 de septiembre de 1836), fue un militar y político estadounidense, miembro fundacional del Partido Demócrata-Republicano en el estado de Nueva York. Apoyó al gobernador George Clinton.

  3. During the period Burr was Princeton’s president, a curriculum was devised, the student body increased tenfold, and the College’s permanent Princeton home was established. Burr presided over the first Commencement exercises in his Newark Church (November 9, 1748).

  4. Aaron Burr Sr. (1716-1757), an influential scholar and religious leader of the colonial period, served as Princeton’s second president from 1748 to 1757. He oversaw the college’s move to its permanent campus in Princeton, and owned slaves while living in the President’s House.

  5. Aaron Burr Jr., the son, graduated from Princeton at age 16 and went on to be vice president of the United States during Thomas Jefferson’s first term. Along with James Madison 1771, he is one of the key figures connecting the University to the founding of the American republic.

  6. Burr, Aaron, Sr. (1715/6-1757) was Princeton's second president, but because his predecessor, Jonathan Dickinson, died the year he took office, it was Burr who did most of the work of organizing the College and making it a reality.

  7. Aaron Burr Sr. (1748-57) Like Dickinson, Aaron Burr Sr. was one of the College of New Jersey’s original founding trustees, and remains the youngest person to have served as a Princeton president (he was thirty-two years old when appointed).