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The story of the area of present-day New Jersey begins at the end of the Younger Dryas , about 15, years ago. Native Americans moved into New Jersey soon after the reversal of the Younger Dryas; before then an ice sheet hundreds of feet thick had made the area of northern New Jersey uninhabitable. European contact began with the exploration of the Jersey Shore by Giovanni da Verrazzano in At the time of European contact, many tribes of the Lenape lived in the area. In the 17th century, the New Jersey region came under the control of the Swedes and the Dutch, resulting in a struggle in which the Dutch proved victorious However, the English seized the Dutch colony of New Netherland in New Jersey became one of the Thirteen Colonies which broke away from Britain in the American Revolution , adopting the Declaration of Independence in New Jersey's delegates signed the Articles of Confederation in and Princeton acted as the nation's capital for four months in In the 19th century, New Jersey cities led the United States into the Industrial Revolution and provided soldiers for many of the wars the United States fought, including 88, men for the American Civil War.

The state became a component of the Underground Railroad. The state's transportation system continued to improve with the construction of canals and more rail lines that helped industrialization develop further. During the early 20th century New Jersey prospered, but the economy weakened in the Great Depression of the s. Johnson and Soviet Premier Alexei Kosygin. Paleo Indians were hunter-gatherers , hunting game and gathering plants for eating. They moved as soon as game or plants became scarce.

Later other Native Americans settled in New Jersey. They came from the Mississippi valley. The Lenape formed loosely organized groups who at first migrated seasonally. With the advent of the bow-and-arrow and of pottery around the year A. They practiced small-scale agriculture companion planting , such as growing corn and pole beans together and squash.

They were hunting and gathering, hunting with bow-and-arrow, and using deadfall traps and snares. They also gathered nuts in the autumn such as acorns, hickory nuts, walnuts, butternuts, beech nuts and chestnuts. The Native Americans and Paleo-Indians fished in all rivers and streams using nets and fish hooks and by hand. Traces of their Algonquian language survive in many place-names throughout the state. In , Giovanni da Verrazzano , sailing in the service of France, explored the Jersey Coast [4] including Sandy Hook and The Narrows , now the site of the bridge which bears his name.

During the next four years, on somewhat secretive missions, Adriaen Block explored and mapped the coast along Delaware, New Jersey, Long Island, and New England, naming it for the first time New Netherlands. Between and , three Dutchmen, A. Mey surveyed land between the 40th and 45th parallels along the Atlantic coast and named the area they surveyed New Netherlands. Initially, small out-posts were built for the fur trade.

In May , from a ship under the command of Cornelius Jacobsen Mey after whom Cape May is named thirty families were required to spread themselves throughout the region including Fort Wilhelmus.

The last was on the east bank of the Delaware River, [6] the site of the first European settlement in what would become New Jersey. Later another was built at Fort Nassau. Located at Paulus Hook it was part of the patroonship Pavonia , named in Latinized form for Micheal Pauw [8] who had bought the tract from the Lenape. At the time it was the territory of the Unami, or Turtle Clan. In , Director-General of New Netherland Peter Stuyvesant "re-purchased" the entire peninsula known as Bergen Neck , and in granted a charter to the village at Bergen , establishing the oldest municipality in the state.

The British take-over in was formalized in , ending the province of the New Netherland, though the North Jersey would retain a "Dutch" character for many years to come. Part of southwestern New Jersey was settled by the Swedes by the midth century. Led by Printz, the settlement extended north from Fort Christina on both sides of the Delaware River. Printz helped to improve the military and commercial status of the colony by constructing Fort Nya Elfsborg , near present-day Salem on the east side of the Delaware River.

This action prevented the river from being easily taken by the English and Dutch, who were also trying to expand into the New World. The Swedish and Finnish colonists generally lived in peace with their Dutch and Lenape neighbors. New Sweden's colonial population may have peaked at people in , after being boosted by more than people along with new governor Johan Rising. This was not enough to stave off Dutch soldiers the next year, however.

From the colony of New Netherland, the Dutch interfered with Britain's transatlantic trade with its North American colonies. In September , a British fleet under Nicolls' command sailed into what is now New York Harbor and seized the colony. The British encountered little resistance, perhaps due to the unpopularity of the Dutch governor, Peter Stuyvesant. New Netherland west of the Hudson River was renamed New Jersey after the English Channel Island of Jersey which Charles II of England , after having seen their loyalty to the crown, gave to the people of Jersey as a gift having given him hospitality in the castle of Mont Orgueil before he was proclaimed king in The two proprietors of New Jersey tried to entice more settlers to New Jersey by granting land to settlers and by passing Concession and Agreement , a document granting religious freedom to all inhabitants of New Jersey; the British Church of England allowed no such religious freedom.

In return for land, settlers paid annual fees known as quitrents. The proprietors appointed Philip Carteret as the first governor of New Jersey, who designated Elizabethtown as the colony's capital. This sale divided the province into East Jersey and West Jersey. However, the line was constantly the subject of disputes.

With the Quintipartite Deed more accurate surveys and maps were made resulting in the Thornton Line , drawn around , and the Lawrence Line , drawn around , which was adopted as the final line for legal purposes.

Many of the colonists of New Jersey became farmers. However, despite the fertility of the soil, farmers were forced to struggle due to the dearth of English money. Some owned slaves or had indentured servants work for them. The majority of the colonists lived in simple log cabins, coming from the original Dutch settlers. Since New Jersey was ideally located next to the Atlantic Ocean, colonists farmed, fished, and traded by sea.

Transportation was slow and difficult usually on either foot or horseback. Education came through small religious schools, private academies, or tutors.

Edward Hyde , Lord Cornbury became the first governor of the colony as a royal colony. Lord Cornbury was an ineffective and corrupt ruler, taking bribes and speculating on land, so in he was recalled to England. New Jersey was then ruled by the governors of New York, but this infuriated the settlers of New Jersey, who accused those governors of favoritism to New York.

In , the school moved to Princeton. New Jersey was one of the original thirteen colonies that joined in the struggle for independence from Great Britain. Many of the New Jersey settlers still felt ties of loyalty to the British crown , and many slaves sided with the British in exchange for freedom. On July 2, , the first Constitution of New Jersey was drafted, creating a basic framework for the state government.

The New Jersey Constitution of allowed "all inhabitants of this Colony, of full age, who are worth fifty pounds proclamation money" to vote, including non-whites and widows; married women could not own property under the common law.

The Constitution declared itself temporary and to be void if there was reconciliation with Great Britain. The right to vote was restricted to white males in Only two days after the new constitution was enacted, on July 4, , the Declaration of Independence was endorsed by five representatives from New Jersey. New Jersey is referred to as the "Crossroads of the Revolution" because the British and Continental armies fought several crucial battles there.

The Battles of Trenton and Princeton are collectively referred to as the Ten Crucial Days because these desperately needed victories bolstered the morale of the nation. In the Battle of Trenton which followed the crossing, the American soldiers surprised the Hessians , capturing nearly prisoners in 90 minutes and taking supplies that had been for the British army.

After recapturing Trenton, he ordered charges on fortified defenses at Assunpink Creek. The Americans inflicted heavy casualties on the British from their defenses. Later, the Continental army slipped past Cornwallis's stalled army and launched an attack on British soldiers stationed at Princeton in the Battle of Princeton on January 3, The British at Princeton were forced to surrender. Cornwallis immediately ordered his army to engage the Americans at Princeton, but was prevented by snipers.

These victories forced the British to leave New Jersey. Washington hoped to surprise and overwhelm the rear of the British army. General Charles Lee led the American attack on the British rear but retreated prematurely when the British attempted to flank the Americans. The retreat nearly led to disorder, but Washington managed to rally the troops to withstand two British counter-attacks, both of which failed.

After the battle, Charles Lee was court-martialed for his poor command. Over 1, British casualties were incurred while the Americans lost men. It was during this battle that the legendary " Molly Pitcher " is said to have fought. The last major battle to take place in New Jersey during the Revolutionary War and for the rest of the history of New Jersey was the Battle of Springfield.

Baron von Knyphausen , the Hessian general, hoped to invade New Jersey and expected support from colonists of New Jersey who were tired of the war. He hoped to secure Hobart Gap , from which he could attack the American headquarters in Morristown. On June 23, , the British attacked soldiers under the command of Nathanael Greene.

General Greene successfully stopped a two-pronged attack from entrenchments held across the Raritan River , preventing the British invasion. New Jersey ratified and then signed the Articles of Confederation on November 26, It had originally convened in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania , but mutinous troops prevented the meeting from taking place. Princeton became the temporary capital for the nation for four months.

During the brief stay in Princeton, the Continental Congress was informed of the end of the war by the signing of the Treaty of Paris on September 3, New Jersey played a major role in creating the structure of the new United States Government.

When Virginia delegates proposed a plan calling for representation based on the population of each state, the smaller states refused, fearing that with such a plan they would no longer have a say in government affairs. William Paterson , a New Jersey statesman, introduced the New Jersey Plan , by which one vote would be given to each state, providing equal representation within the legislative body. The Great Compromise accepted both plans, creating two separate bodies in the Congress.

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Reclaiming the natural river front, which included all that section of Hudson Street lying between Essex and Wayne Streets. Tens of millions of immigrants passed through these stations as they made their way westward from Ellis Island into the United States. Jersey City was a dock and manufacturing town for much of the 19th and 20th centuries.

In , the first permanent, drinking water disinfection system in the U. The Black Tom explosion occurred on July 30, , as an act of sabotage on American ammunition supplies by German agents to prevent the materials from being used by the Allies in World War I.

Originally elected as a candidate supporting reform in governance, the Jersey City History website says his name is "synonymous with the early twentieth century urban American blend of political favoritism and social welfare known as bossism ". Boss Hague was known to be loud and vulgar, but dressed in a stylish manner earning him the nickname "King Hanky-Panky". He was able to maintain a fourteen-room duplex apartment in Jersey City, a suite at the Plaza Hotel in Manhattan, and a palatial summer home in the seaside community of Deal , and travel to Europe yearly in the royal suites of the best ocean liners.

After Hague's retirement from politics, a series of mayors including John V. Kenny , Thomas J. Whelan and Thomas F. Smith attempted to take control of Hague's organization, usually under the mantle of political reform.

None were able to duplicate the level of power held by Hague, [64] but the city and the county remained notorious for political corruption for years. Beginning in the s, development of the waterfront in an area previously occupied by rail yards and factories helped to stir the beginnings of a renaissance for Jersey City. The rapid construction of numerous high-rise buildings increased the population and led to the development of the Exchange Place financial district, also known as " Wall Street West ", one of the largest banking centers in the United States.

Simultaneous to this building boom, the light-rail network was developed. The bill impacts all businesses employing workers who work at least 80 hours a calendar year in Jersey City. In November , Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump made the claim that "thousands and thousands" of Muslims in Jersey City cheered as they watched the Twin Towers burn after their collapse during the September 11 terrorist attacks , and used the unsubstantiated allegation as justification for his proposal that certain mosques in the United States should be monitored by authorities.

Jersey City includes most of Ellis Island. Its north-south axis corresponds with the ridge of Bergen Hill , the emergence of the Hudson Palisades. Historic Downtown is an area of mostly low-rise buildings to the west of the waterfront that is highly desirable due to its proximity to local amenities and Manhattan. It includes the neighborhoods of Van Vorst Park and Hamilton Park , which are both square parks surrounded by brownstones. Newport and Exchange Place are redeveloped waterfront areas consisting mostly of residential towers, hotels and office buildings.

Newport is a planned mixed-use community, built on the old Erie Lackawanna Railway yards, made up of residential rental towers, condominiums, office buildings, a marina, schools, restaurants, hotels, Newport Centre Mall , a waterfront walkway, transportation facilities, and on-site parking for more than 15, vehicles.

Newport had a hand in the renaissance of Jersey City although, before ground was broken, much of the downtown area had already begun a steady climb much like Hoboken. In recent years, this area of Jersey City has undergone gentrification that has seen the improvement in neighborhoods.

This has also caused a rise of the standard of living throughout the city. Downtown also includes the Newport Centre area, which is also home of the Westin Hotel. Since then, three more office towers and 10 residential buildings over meters have been completed.

The former Jersey City Medical Center complex, a cluster of Art Deco buildings on a rise in the center of the city, has been converted into residential complexes called The Beacon. Transfer Station is just over the city line. Its postal area ZIP Code is The Heights mostly contains two- and three-family houses and low rise apartment buildings, and is similar to North Hudson architectural style and neighborhood character.

The climate in this area is characterized by hot, humid summers and generally mild to cool winters. As of the United States Census , there were , people, 96, households, and 57, families residing in the city. The population density was 16, There were , housing units at an average density of 7, The racial makeup of the city was Hispanic or Latino of any race were There were 96, households out of which The average household size was 2. In the city, the population was spread out with The median age was For every females there were For every females ages 18 and older there were As of the Census, Jersey City experienced an increase of 7, residents 3.

As of the United States Census , the population was , making Jersey City the 72nd-most-populous city in the U. There were 93, housing units at an average density of 6, Hispanic or Latino people of any race were As of the Census, the most common reported ancestries were Italian 6. Of all 88, households, The median age was 32 years.

For every females, there were For every females age 18 and over, there were Jersey City is one of the most ethnically diverse cities in the world. There were an estimated 73, Hispanic Americans in Jersey City, There were an estimated 26, Puerto Rican residents in Jersey City, according to the American Community Survey, [] representing a 3.

There were an estimated 65, Asian Americans in Jersey City, according to the American Community Survey, [] representing an Indian Americans constituted India Square has been home to the largest outdoor Navratri festivities in New Jersey as well as several Hindu temples ; [] while an annual, color-filled spring Holi festival has taken place in Jersey City since , centered upon India Square and attracting significant participation and international media attention.

Filipino people make up 6. In , a Red Ribbon pastry shop, one of the Philippines' most famous food chains, opened its first branch on the East Coast in the Garden State.

A memorial, dedicated to the Filipino American veterans of the Vietnam War , was built in a small square on Manila Avenue. A park and statue dedicated to Jose P. Rizal , a national hero of the Philippines, is located in downtown Jersey City. The City Hall of Jersey City raises the Philippine flag in correlation to this event and as a tribute to the contributions of the Filipino community.

The Santacruzan Procession along Manila Avenue has taken place since Jersey City, highly accessible to Lower Manhattan in New York City and its Chinatown by rapid transit , was home to an estimated 8, Chinese Americans , according to the American Community Survey, [] representing a notably rapid growth of There were an estimated 1, Vietnamese Americans in Jersey City, according to the American Community Survey, [] representing a7.

There were an estimated 56, non-Hispanic whites in Jersey City, according to the American Community Survey, [] representing a 5. Ever since the settling of New Netherland in the s, comprising what is now the Gateway Region of northeastern New Jersey as well as portions of Downstate New York in the New York City metropolitan area, the Dutch and British , along with German and Irish Americans , have established an integral role in the subsequent long-term development of Jersey City over the centuries.

There were an estimated 64, African Americans in Jersey City, according to the American Community Survey, [] representing a 1. Arab Americans numbered an estimated 18, individuals in Hudson County as per the American Community Survey, representing 2. There were 2, same-sex couples in Hudson County in , with Jersey City being the hub, [] prior to the commencement of same-sex marriages in New Jersey on October 21, Based on a survey of census data on the number of artists as a percentages of the population, The Atlantic magazine called Jersey City the 10th-most-artistic city in the United States.

Jersey City is a regional employment center with over , private and public sector jobs, which creates a daytime swell in population. Many jobs are in the financial and service sectors, as well as in shipping, logistics , and retail. Jersey City is home to the headquarters of Verisk Analytics [] and Lord Abbett , a privately held money management firm.

Jersey City has several shopping districts, some of which are traditional main streets for their respective neighborhoods, such as Central , Danforth , and West Side Avenues. Journal Square is a major commercial district. Newport Mall is a regional shopping area.

Portions of the city are part of an Urban Enterprise Zone , one of 27 zones in the state. In addition to other benefits to encourage employment in the zone, shoppers can take advantage of a reduced 3. About one third of Jersey City is included in the state's largest Urban Enterprise Zone, established in the zone's status is due to expire in November The municipal border of the Hudson County cities of Jersey City and Bayonne runs along the long pier extending into the bay.

The north end of the facility houses the Greenville Yard , a rail yard located on a manmade peninsula that was built in the early s by the Pennsylvania Railroad , [] [] in addition to the Claremont Terminal, once part of the Lehigh Valley Terminal Railway operations. The central area of the facility contains GCT Bayonne, a major post-panamax shipping facility operated by Global Container Terminals that underwent a major expansion in June Goya Foods , which had been headquartered in adjacent Secaucus , opened a new headquarters including a ,square-foot warehouse and distribution center in Jersey City in April In , Paul Fireman proposed a story tower for Jersey City that would include a casino.

The Jersey City Free Public Library has five regional branches, some of which have permanent collections and host exhibitions. The Five Corners Branch specializes in works related to music and the fine arts, and is a gallery space. The library system also supports a bookmobile and five neighborhood libraries.

The center, which first opened in as New Jersey's first major state science museum, has science exhibits, the world's largest IMAX Dome theater, numerous educational resources, and the original Hoberman sphere. Since , the Hudson Shakespeare Company has been the resident Shakespeare festival of Hudson County performing a free Shakespeare production for each month of the summer throughout various parks in the city.

The American poet Wallace Stevens described the city as a place where "the deer and the dachshund are one. Jersey City is governed under the Faulkner Act Mayor-Council form of municipal government by a mayor and a nine-member city council. The city council consists of six members elected from wards [] and three elected at large, all elected to four-year terms on a concurrent basis in non-partisan elections.

As of [update] , the mayor is Steven Fulop , whose term of office ends December 31, The Business Administrator is Robert Kakoleski. Jersey City is split between the 8th and 10th Congressional Districts [] and is part of New Jersey's 31st and 33rd state legislative districts. McKnight D, Jersey City. The city encompasses three Hudson County freeholder districts in their entirety, while three others are shared with adjacent municipalities.

As of March 23, , there was a total of , registered voters in Jersey City, of whom 58, There were 87 voters registered to other parties. In the presidential election , Democrat Barack Obama received In the gubernatorial election , Democrat Barbara Buono received The Jersey City Public Schools serve students in pre-kindergarten through twelfth grade.

The district is one of 31 former Abbott districts statewide, [] which are now referred to as "SDA Districts" based on the requirement that the state cover all costs for school building and renovation projects in these districts under the supervision of the New Jersey Schools Development Authority. High schools in the district with enrollment data from the National Center for Education Statistics [] are William L.

McNair Academic High School was the first-ranked public high school in New Jersey out of schools statewide, in New Jersey Monthly magazine's September cover story on the state's "Top Public High Schools", after being ranked second in out of schools.

Dickinson High School is the oldest high school in the city and one of the largest schools in Hudson County in terms of student population. Opened in as the Jersey City High School it is one of the oldest school sites in the city, it is a four-story Beaux-Arts building located on a hilltop facing the Hudson River. Another school is Alexander D.

Jersey City also has 12 charter schools , which are run under a special charter granted by the Commissioner of the New Jersey Department of Education , including the Mathematics, Engineering, Technology and Science Charter School for grades 6 — 12 and the Dr.

The Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Newark maintains a network of elementary and secondary Catholic schools serve every area of Jersey City. Mary High School closed in June due to declining enrollment. Joseph School [] and St. In the face of declining enrollment and rising expenses, the Newark Archdiocese closed Our Lady of Mercy Academy founded in and Resurrection School at the end of the school year.

Anne School closed at the end of the school year after years, as enrollment declined from students in to in and in the school's final year of operation. The French American Academy, at the former St. Mary's High School, is a private bilingual school PK-2 to 5. It will open its middle school in September A number of other private schools are also available.

Genesis Educational Center [] is a private Christian school located in downtown Jersey City for ages newborn through 8th grade. Jersey City is located in the New York media market , and most of its daily papers are available for sale or delivery. The Jersey City Independent is a web-only news outlet that covers politics and culture in the city. Another countywide weekly, El Especialito , also serves the city.

It also publishes JCI Magazine , a print quarterly magazine. Of all Jersey City commuters, 8. Service is available to numerous points in Jersey City, Hudson County, and some suburban areas as well as to Newark on the 1, 2, 6, 10, 22, 64, 67, 68, 80, 81, 82, 83, 84, 85, 86, 87, 88 , , , , lines.

Increased use of jitneys, locally known as dollar vans , have greatly affected travel patterns in Hudson County , leading to decreased bus ridership on traditional bus lines.

After studies examining existing systems and changes in public transportation usage patterns it was determined that a Journal Square-Bayonne bus rapid transit system should be investigated. These bus services stop in Jersey City. A part of the East Coast Greenway , a planned unbroken bike route from Maine to the Florida Keys, will travel through the city. Jersey City has a high percentage of residents who commute without a car. The national average was 8. Jersey City averaged 0. Jersey City has participated in the sister city program since establishing a relationship with Cusco, Peru in Currently they have relationships with 12 international cities, showing a spirit of economic and cultural exchange and mutual friendship.

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