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The Lenni Lenape Native Americans were the earliest identifiable inhabitants of the Princeton area. Europeans founded their settlement in the late seventeenth century. The first European to find his home in the boundaries of future Princeton was Henry Greenland. He built his house in 1683 along with a tavern, situated between Nassau Street and College Avenue (now Prospect Street) that would serve as an important public facility for nearly a century before being destroyed by fire in 1755; its ruins are now known as "Greenland Place". The town's history is closely tied to that of nearby Princeton University, which was founded at Prince Town by John Witherspoon on October 31, 1746 when he purchased from Elizabeth Morven eight tracts totaling , six for £190 and two more for £20 after negotiating her down from her original asking price of £240 (). In 1813, Samuel D.