New Jersey Map

New Jersey Map

Flag of New Jersey The official flag of New Jersey features the state emblem with a light brown background.

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History of New Jersey
Native American tribes were the original inhabitants of New Jersey. The Dutch were the first Europeans to arrive. In 1664, this area was under British control. From 1674 to 1702, New Jersey was governed as two provinces - East and West New Jersey. In 1702, it became a single province. New Jersey was admitted to the Union on December 18, 1787. It played a prominent role in the American Revolution and was one of the 13 colonies that rebelled against British rule. Prominent representatives of the state that signed the Declaration of Independence include Francis Hopkinson, Richard Stockton, John Hart, Abraham Clark, and John Witherspoon. On February 15, 1804, New Jersey abolished new slavery and became the last northern state to do so.

Geographical location of New Jersey
New Jersey covers an area of ​​8,722.58 square miles. It shares borders with New York, Pennsylvania and Delaware. The Atlantic Ocean is located in the southeast and south of New Jersey. The highest point in the state is High Point, located in Montague Township, Sussex County, and 1,803 feet high. Some of the state's important rivers include the Hudson, Delaware, Maurice, Mullica, Passaic, Rahway, among others. New Jersey sees two climatic conditions. A humid subtropical climate is observed in the southern, central and northeastern parts of New Jersey, while the northwestern part has a humid continental climate.

Tourist destinations in New Jersey
Some of the popular attractions in New Jersey include Atlantic City, a seaside resort town known for its Wooden Walkways; Thomas Edison National Historical Park; Grounds For Sculpture, which is a museum and sculpture park located in Hamilton, and spread over 42 acres; Princeton and Battlefield State Park, Delaware Water Gap National Recreation Area, Liberty State Park, among others.

Traffic in New Jersey
Newark Liberty International Airport is the state's most prominent airport and also one of the busiest airports in the country. Several small airports operating in other parts of the state are Atlantic City International Airport and Trenton-Mercer Airport. New Jersey is conveniently connected to a vast rail and bus line operated by NJ Transit Corporation. Amtrak connects New Jersey with other states across the country.

Education in New Jersey
Some of the prominent colleges and universities in New Jersey include Princeton University, Rutgers, State University of New Jersey, New Jersey Institute of Technology, Seton Hall University, Montclair State University, among others.

Interesting facts about New Jersey
New Jersey is considered the Gourmet Capital of the World. It's also the difference that there are the most shopping malls in an area. New Jersey is the home state of Frank Sinatra, Bruce Springsteen and Whitney Houston.

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New Jersey Map
New Jersey Map

Flag of New Jersey The official flag of New Jersey features the state emblem with a light brown background.

Most viewed New Jersey maps New Jersey state map New Jersey map New Jersey city map New Jersey county map New Jersey road map New Jersey rail map River map New Jersey National Park Map New Jersey Topographic Map New Jersey Latitude and Longitude Map.

History of New Jersey
Native American tribes were the original inhabitants of New Jersey. The Dutch were the first Europeans to arrive. In 1664, this area was under British control. From 1674 to 1702, New Jersey was governed as two provinces - East and West New Jersey. In 1702, it became a single province. New Jersey was admitted to the Union on December 18, 1787. It played a prominent role in the American Revolution and was one of the 13 colonies that rebelled against British rule. Prominent representatives of the state that signed the Declaration of Independence include Francis Hopkinson, Richard Stockton, John Hart, Abraham Clark, and John Witherspoon. On February 15, 1804, New Jersey abolished new slavery and became the last northern state to do so.

Geographical location of New Jersey
New Jersey covers an area of ​​8,722.58 square miles. It shares borders with New York, Pennsylvania and Delaware. The Atlantic Ocean is located in the southeast and south of New Jersey. The highest point in the state is High Point, located in Montague Township, Sussex County, and 1,803 feet high. Some of the state's important rivers include the Hudson, Delaware, Maurice, Mullica, Passaic, Rahway, among others. New Jersey sees two climatic conditions. A humid subtropical climate is observed in the southern, central and northeastern parts of New Jersey, while the northwestern part has a humid continental climate.

Tourist destinations in New Jersey
Some of the popular attractions in New Jersey include Atlantic City, a seaside resort town known for its Wooden Walkways; Thomas Edison National Historical Park; Grounds For Sculpture, which is a museum and sculpture park located in Hamilton, and spread over 42 acres; Princeton and Battlefield State Park, Delaware Water Gap National Recreation Area, Liberty State Park, among others.

Traffic in New Jersey
Newark Liberty International Airport is the state's most prominent airport and also one of the busiest airports in the country. Several small airports operating in other parts of the state are Atlantic City International Airport and Trenton-Mercer Airport. New Jersey is conveniently connected to a vast rail and bus line operated by NJ Transit Corporation. Amtrak connects New Jersey with other states across the country.

Education in New Jersey
Some of the prominent colleges and universities in New Jersey include Princeton University, Rutgers, State University of New Jersey, New Jersey Institute of Technology, Seton Hall University, Montclair State University, among others.

Interesting facts about New Jersey
New Jersey is considered the Gourmet Capital of the World. It's also the difference that there are the most shopping malls in an area. New Jersey is the home state of Frank Sinatra, Bruce Springsteen and Whitney Houston.

Cities in New Jersey
Cities in New Jersey
There are 21 counties in the state. Located on the banks of the Delaware River, Trenton is the state capital. Newark is the most populous city in New Jersey and second largest city in the New York Metropolitan Area. Major attractions in the city are: Branch Brook Park, Cathedral of the Sacred Heart, Newark Museum, and New Jersey Performing Arts Center. Famous for beautiful boardwalk and casinos, Atlantic City hosts the Miss America pageant. Jersey City is state's second largest city. Paterson is a cultural melting pot. Edison is named after the famous inventor, Thomas Edison. founded before the American Revolution, Princeton University is located in a college town of same name. Getting In and Around Newark Liberty International Airport (NWR) and Atlantic City International Airport (ACY) are major airports in New Jersey. Amtrak's Cardinal, Acela Express, Crescent, Northeast Regional, and Silver Star serve Newark Penn Station. I-95, I-80, and I-78 are primary interstate highways in New Jersey.
Hudson County Map, New Jersey
Hudson County Map, New Jersey
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Gloucester County Map, New Jersey
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Camden County Map, New Jersey
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Hunterdon County Map, New Jersey
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Morris County Map, New Jersey
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Monmouth County Map, New Jersey
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Atlantic County Map, New Jersey