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  Learn more about New Jersey in the online encyclopedia.   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
As of the 2000 census, the population of New Jersey is 8,414,350.
New Jersey is also noted for being the most densely populated state in the nation and the wealthiest state in the nation, with a median income of $55,146 a year, according to the 2000 census.
The New Jersey Turnpike is one of the best-known (and most-maligned) roadways in New Jersey.
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 Encyclopedia: List of Governors of New Jersey
For example, Christine Todd Whitman was the 50th governor, and Jim McGreevey was the 51st governor.
Christine Todd Whitman Christine Todd Christie Whitman (born September 26, 1946) is an American Republican politician, the former Governor of New Jersey, and the former administrator of the Environmental Protection Agency in the administration of President George W. Bush.
In the United Kingdom's remaining overseas territories the governor is normally a direct appointee of the British Government and plays an active role in governing and lawmaking (though usually with the advice of elected local representatives).
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 Reference.com/Encyclopedia/New Jersey
New Jersey is the most densely populated state of the United States of America and has the U.S. postal abbreviation of NJ.
The largest Protestant denominations in New Jersey are: Baptist (10% of the total state population), Methodist (7%), and Presbyterian and Lutheran (tied 3%).
New Jersey has long been an important area for both rock and rap music, with many artists coming from the state, they include the musicans listed at the bottom.
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 Ireland Information Guide , Irish, Counties, Facts, Statistics, Tourism, Culture, How
New Jersey is a state of the United States of America and has the U.S. postal abbreviation of NJ.
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.) Among its geographical features include:
New Jersey is also noted for being the most densely populated state in the nation.
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 New Jersey
According to the Census Bureau, as of 2003, the population of New Jersey was 8,638,396, giving the state a slightly higher population than Georgia, which was ahead of New Jersey in 2002.
The 2000 Census (http://www.census.gov) revealed that New Jersey had the 15th largest percentage of minority residents of any state and the 2nd highest percentage in the North.
New Jersey is the third most Italian-American state in the nation, according to the 2000 Census, and has one of the largest percentages of Blacks, Hispanics, Arabs, and Asians in the country.
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 List of Governors of New Jersey - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Governors of West Jersey and their Deputies (1680-1702)
Governors of New York and New Jersey (1703-1738)
Richard Codey is expected to become Acting Governor on that date, serving until a new Governor is elected in November 2005.
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 Dead Governors of New Jersey
On December 19, 1787, New Jersey was the third state to ratify it with an unanimous vote (38-0).
As governor, he became known as "father of the public school system of New Jersey." He served one three-year term as governor and was succeeded by Republican William A.
New Jersey, among all the northern states in the Civil War was the most pro-slavery and pro-Southern.
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 Encyclopedia of New Jersey   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Overseen by an editorial board composed of distinguished experts in a variety of fields and edited by two leading specialists in New Jersey history, the Encyclopedia of New Jersey is an indispensable resource for both the scholar and the general reader.
Marc Mappen is the executive director of the New Jersey Historical Commission and author of Jerseyana: The Underside of New Jersey History.
He enjoys exploring the changing landscape of New Jersey, and maintains a website of historical maps.
www.scc.rutgers.edu /njencyclopedia/entries.html   (407 words)

  
 North America United States New Jersey Society and Culture History Governance   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Biographies of New Jersey delegates to the 1787 Constitutional Convention.
Governors of New Jersey - A list of Governors and their terms of office 1776-present.
Woodrow Wilson, Governor of New Jersey - Encyclopedia Americana biographic entry for Wilson as governor and as president.
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 New Jersey
On February 15, 1804 New Jersey became the last northern state to abolish slavery.
Smaller towns include Haddonfield[?] and Murray Hill, New Jersey.
Although the National Football League teams below are listed as "New York" teams, they actually play at the Giants Stadium[?], which is situated in New Jersey.
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 New Jersey - Art History Online Reference and Guide   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Musician Bruce Springsteen has sung of New Jersey life on his debut album, Greetings from Asbury Park, N.J. and in many of his most popular songs, including "Atlantic City", "Born to Run", "Darlington County", "Freehold", "Jersey Girl " (written by Tom Waits), "Jungleland", "Spirit in the Night", and others.
Musical artists Fountains of Wayne [3]are a group of New Jerseyians who took the name of a semi-famous lawn and garden store [4] on Route 46 in Wayne, New Jersey (also featured on an episode of The Sopranos).
Another emerging New Jersey band is Seven and the Sun [5].
www.arthistoryclub.com /art_history/New_jersey   (3132 words)

  
 Hangout - My NJ Kids - Scavenger Hunt
Check your answers when you are done, and print out your certificate.
New Jersey's four ski lodges are Hidden Valley, Campgaw Mountain, High Point Cross Country Ski Center, and ______________.
What was the population of New Jersey in 2000?
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 ipedia.com: List of Governors of New Jersey Article   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Table of contents 1 Governors under the Proprietors 2 Governors of East Jersey and their Deputies 3 Governors of West Jersey and their Deputies 4 Governors u...
List of Governors of New Jersey Article - ipedia.com
State of New Jersey website - List of Governors
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 NJDEP Division of Fish & Wildlife
The N.J. Division of Fish and Wildlife is a professional environmental agency dedicated to the protection, management and wise use of New Jersey's fish and wildlife resources.
The mission of the New Jersey Division of Fish and Wildlife is to protect and manage the State's fish and wildlife to maximize their long-term biological, recreational and economic values for all New Jerseyans.
12/29/05 - Two entries Peregrine Nestbox News sum up the highs and lows of the year for the Jersey City peregrine falcons.
www.njfishandwildlife.com   (374 words)

  
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