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New Jersey

State covering 20 295 km2 (7836 sq miles) in the north-east, on the Atlantic coast between the Hudson and Delaware rivers.

Buttermilk Falls, NJ
New Jersey

It is part of the commuter belt for New York City, and has the highest population density of all the states, with more than 95 per cent of its people living in towns or cities.





York City, and has the highest population density of all the states, with more than 95 per cent of its people living in towns or cities. Nevertheless, the state's farms produce considerable quantities of fruit, vegetables and dairy products for nearby urban areas. Industry is diverse, with shipyards, refineries and chemical plants along the coast and electrical equipment and electronics factories inland. TRENTON is the state capital and NEWARK the largest city.





New Jersey's first European settlers were Dutch, but the area was ceded to England in 1664. It was one of the original 13 states that formed the USA.

Trenton USA Trenton is the State capital of New Jersey, standing at the limit of navigation on the Delaware River, about 40 km (25 miles) north-east of Philadelphia. Trenton was first settled in the late 17th century and has a wide range of industries, including steel, textiles and rubber.










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