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  Camden, New Jersey - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The USS New Jersey is preserved as a museum on Camden's Delaware River waterfront near the Adventure Aquarium and the Tweeter Center.
New Jersey Transit's Walter Rand Transportation Center is located at Broadway and Mickle Blvd. Besides being a major hub for New Jersey Transit buses and Greyhound Lines, the Walter Rand Transportation Center is also a PATCO and River LINE station.
The 5th legislative district of the New Jersey Legislature is represented in the State Senate by Wayne R. Bryant (D, Camden) and in the Assembly by Nilsa Cruz-Perez (D, Camden) and Joseph J. Roberts (D, Brooklawn).
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Camden,_New_Jersey   (1694 words)

 Camden County, New Jersey - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Camden County is a county located in the state of New Jersey.
The Camden County Prosecutor is appointed by the Governor of New Jersey with the advice and consent of the New Jersey Senate (the upper house of the New Jersey Legislature).
Camden County College is a two-year public community college serving students from Camden County.
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 Reference.com/Encyclopedia/New Jersey
New Jersey was one of the thirteen colonies that revolted against British rule in the American Revolution.
New Jersey is bordered on the north and northeast by New York, on the east by the Atlantic Ocean, on the south by Delaware, and on the west by Pennsylvania (the latter two across the Delaware River.) Prominent geographic features include:
New Jersey is also home to several other urban legends, such as the ghost of Annie's Road in Totowa, Midgetville in Edgewater, Albino Village in Clifton, the haunted and demon-possessed Clinton Road in West Milford, and the Witch of Igoe Road in Marlboro.
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 Camden, New Jersey   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
Camden is described by one Whitman biographer as "unlovely," an appropriate term for the late-twentieth-century city that has survived eighty years of decline since it reached its greatest glory in the 1920s.
But during Whitman’s residence in Camden from 1873 to 1892, the city was still young and growing, vigorous and raw-boned much as Brooklyn, New York, had been in the 1830s during Whitman’s youth.
Camden tripled in population between 1828 and 1840, from 1,100 to about 3,300, in part because it continued to provide transportation for the emerging industrial economy of the region.
www.whitmanarchive.org /archivephp/criticism/criticism.php?id=35   (1224 words)

 Camden New Jersey
Of all the Camdens, it is the poorest today and very likely, it is now the poorest city in the United States.
From the linkage in 1834 of the Camden Ferries (which sailed back and forth to Philadelphia) with the railroads that linked Camden to Perth Amboy, New Jersey and ferries to New York, Camden was conceived and grew.
North Camden, already surrounded by water on three sides, north, east and west, was now cut off by a flow of traffic on the south side.
www.sacredheartcamden.org /CamdenMain.htm   (608 words)

 Camden County: Area Attractions   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
The majestic USS New Jersey, the most decorated battleship in history, has returned to her home port in the Delaware.
The Walt Whitman Cultural Arts Center, a non-profit, multi-cultural literary, performing and visual arts center in Camden, New Jersey is dedicated to continuing the legacy of its namesake for artistic excellence and to ensuring that this legacy is accessible to the community of Camden and those communities beyond.
The Camden County Historical Society was founded in 1899 and is a private, non-profit organization dedicated to the collection, preservation and presentation of the history, historic resources and historical artifacts, and documents of Camden County and South Jersey.
www.co.camden.nj.us /community/moving/attract.html   (207 words)

 Camden, New Jersey - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
The USS New Jersey is preserved as a museum on Camden's Delaware River waterfront near the New Jersey State Aquarium and the.
In 2004, Camden was awarded the title of "America's Most Dangerous City" by the Corporation [1] (http://www.morganquitno.com/cit05pop.htm#25), moving up from third place in 2003 and beating out 354 other dangerous cities considered for the award.
In 2004, Morgan Quitno Press (http://www.morganquitno.com/) also ranked Camden as the US' "most dangerous city", or city with the highest crime rate, adding to its already infamous reputation.
www.millville.us /project/wikipedia/index.php/Camden,_New_Jersey   (1075 words)

 Camden New Jersey Land and Dream Home
Camden New Jersey is one of the few places in America where high density transportation oriented development can occur.
A new bill could bring a $50 million stem-cell research center to the city, a major coup for a region looking to position itself as a new center for high-tech industries.
The State of New Jersey is not blameless for a region in such long-term and shameless neglect.
www.camdennewjersey.org   (4433 words)

 City of Camden New Jersey
The Camden Fire Department is the first career fire service of New Jersey and among the oldest in the United States.
Organized in 1869, Camden was protected by a fully paid career force while such cities as Newark and Philadelphia were still served by volunteer fire fighters.
And in 1916 the Camden Fire Department was among the very first in the nation to have a fleet of fully motorized fire apparatus while such cities as Philadelphia and New York still used fire horses.
www.ci.camden.nj.us /departments/fire.html   (364 words)

 USCCB - (OCYP) - 2004 Audit Executive Summary: Diocese of Camden, New Jersey
The landmark “Memorandum of Understanding” between the New Jersey dioceses and county prosecutors codifies the long-standing practice of the diocese to cooperate with law enforcement and provides an additional way to facilitate the reporting to authorities of any sexual assault of minors with the telephone numbers of the liaison being widely disseminated.
The Diocese of Camden has gone beyond this by instituting and sponsoring a weekly support group for victims of clergy sexual abuse, facilitated by an independent, licensed clinical social worker.
In addition to the outreach provided to victims, as well as their families, the diocese has provided counseling to those who reside in the diocese but who were abused by priests in other dioceses or in Catholic institutions outside the diocese.
www.usccb.org /ocyp/dioceses04/camdennj.shtml   (1844 words)

 Travel in Camden - New Jersey - USA - History - WorldTravelGate.net®-
In the vicinity of present day Camden, European activity occurred along the banks of the Delaware River where the Dutch and the Swedish vied for control of the local fur trade.
In turn, the Duke of York gave a portion of these lands between the Hudson and Delaware River (New Jersey) to two loyal courtiers, Sir George Carteret and Lord John Berkeley.
Early settlement of the City of Camden is interwoven with the acquisition and transfer of land.
www.americatravelling.net /usa/new_jersey/camden/camden_history.htm   (647 words)

 Camden, New Jersey (Cities)
Camden is the county seat of Camden County, in the Delaware River Region.
Camden is part of the Philadelphia, Pennsylvania-New Jersey metro area.
Among the many visitor attractions are Walt Whitman House, Thomas Kean NJ State Aquarium, Camden, the museum at Camden County Historical Society, and Camden County College.
www.ohwy.com /nj/c/camden.htm   (134 words)

 :: Rutgers University | Camden ::
New graduate program in psychology to debut in September.
New MPA program to train next generation of principals and school administrators.
New Jersey Technology Climate Survey issued by Rutgers-Camden and NJTC.
camden-www.rutgers.edu   (186 words)

 Camden, New Jersey
The City of Camden (population 87,500) is the fifth largest city in New Jersey.
The City is considered an economically depressed area, having a predominantly minority population, a high unemployment rate (36 percent), and a one in three poverty rate.
The goal of Camden's Brownfields Program is to develop an effective strategy for assessments, cleanup, and reuse of Camden's brownfields.
www.epa.gov /region02/superfund/brownfields/icamden.htm   (440 words)

 Camden County Firemens Association - Camden New Jersey
The Camden County Firemen’s Association of N.J., Inc. has embarked on the construction of a memorial to honor the members of the Fire and Emergency Medical Services, who have served their communities well, throughout Camden County. Click Here to find more information on this project.
The Camden County Firemens Assn. has been requested to take over the administration and management of Canteen 1 and Canteen 2 in the County.
The Camden County Firemen’s Association of N.J., Inc. has embarked on the construction of a memorial to honor the members of the Fire and Emergency Medical Services, who have served their communities well, throughout Camden County.  This memorial will also notate those who lost their lives in the line of duty with a special plaque.
www.camdencountyfiremensassn.org   (481 words)

 Camden, New Jersey Neighborhood Lawyer
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Please be advised that the firm may not be able to represent each lawsuit in all regions of New Jersey due to state and federal statutes.
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 Camden, New Jersey Free Relocation Package, Camden, NJ Homes For Sale, Real Estate Listings, Multiple Listing Service ...
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 USATODAY.com - Camden, N.J., named most-dangerous city   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
TRENTON, N.J. (AP) — Camden has been named the nation's most-dangerous city, snatching the top spot from Detroit, according to a company's annual ranking based on crime statistics.
Officials in Camden, which was ranked third last year, downplayed the dubious designation Sunday, saying many steps have already been taken to reduce crime in the city.
The news wasn't all bleak for New Jersey.
www.usatoday.com /news/nation/2004-11-22-dangerous-cities_x.htm   (404 words)

 Camden County, New Jersey Genealogical Records Information
Which includes Camden County, New Jersey County Records, Camden County, New Jersey History, Camden County, New Jersey Facts, Camden County, New Jersey Genealogical Addresses and websites related to Camden County, New Jersey Genealogy in general.
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www.mynewjerseygenealogy.com /nj_county/cam.htm   (989 words)

 Real Estate - Camden - New Jersey
Camden- Nice brick end-unit close to major hwys, WW bridge & hospitals, lg yard, partial bsmt & 1 car gar.
The upstairs features a new railing and doors on each bedroom just waiting to be stained.
Bathroom is remodeled with all new fixtures including ceramic tile.
www.bobvila.com /RealEstate/Zip/08101.html   (386 words)

 America's Safest (and Most Dangerous) Cities
The announcement was made in the new edition of City Crime Rankings, an annual reference book of crime statistics and rankings slated for publication this week.
At the opposite end of the crime scale, Camden, New Jersey repeated as the nation’s Most Dangerous City.
At the opposite end of the Morgan Quitno crime scale, Camden, New Jersey ranks as the nation’s most dangerous city for the second consecutive year.
www.morganquitno.com /safecity.htm   (574 words)

 BJ Swartz's City of Camden, New Jersey Page   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
My Dad grew up in the Cramer Hill section of the city, graduated from Camden High School in 1932, and worked for 37 years at RCA.
He graduated from Rutgers Camden, and I worked there for 10 years before I came over to UMDNJ - not too far away.
Permission is granted to use the photos as long as it is not for profit and not for reproduction in a publication or web site without credit.
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 eBay - camden new jersey, Event Tickets, Postcards Paper items on eBay.com   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
New Courthouse, Lee & Co, Camden, New Jersey, 1905
Camden County, New Jersey by Jeffery M. Dorwart (2001)
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 Camden Forward School - Camden, New Jersey / NJ - school information
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