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*  Saint Barnabas Medical Center
It is the only certified burn treatment center in New Jersey and the only center in New Jersey that meets the verification ... The Medical Center is affiliated with New Jersey Medical School in Newark, New Jersey; New York College of Osteopathic Medicine ... New Jersey. It is the oldest and largest nonprofit, nonsectarian hospital in New Jersey. In 1865, a dedicated group of women ... the 3rd highest score in New Jersey for Kidney disease; and the 4th highest score in New Jersey for Cancer, Gynecology, and ...
*  North Trenton, New Jersey
The Story of New Jersey's Civil Boundaries: 1606-1968, John P. Snyder, Bureau of Geology and Topography; Trenton, New Jersey; ... After the American Revolution, Trenton became the capital of the state of New Jersey (as of November 25, 1790), and the City of ... North Trenton is a neighborhood located within the city of Trenton in Mercer County, New Jersey, United States. The City of ... Between 1899 and 1955, North Trenton was home to one of the only functioning Islamic mosques in New Jersey, founded by ...
*  Interstate 95 in New Jersey
Trenton: New Jersey State Highway Department. New Jersey Department of Transportation (1967). New Jersey Highway Facts. Trenton ... with the exception of a small gap in New Jersey. In New Jersey, it runs along much of the main line of the New Jersey Turnpike ... The New Jersey segment of I-95 north of Trenton, officially numbered as Route 95M by the New Jersey Department of ... The New Jersey Department of Transportation transferred the section of I-95 between the north end of the New Jersey Turnpike ...
*  Central Railroad of New Jersey
Jersey City, New Jersey-St. Louis, Missouri (B&O) Royal Blue: Jersey City, New Jersey-Washington, D.C. (B&O) As a part of ... New Jersey to the Jersey City terminal: Capitol Limited: Jersey City, New Jersey-Chicago, Illinois (B&O) National Limited: ... Jersey City, New Jersey-Atlantic City, New Jersey Bullet: Jersey City-Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania via Allentown, Pennsylvania ... The Central Railroad of New Jersey, also known as the Jersey Central or Jersey Central Lines (reporting mark CNJ), was a Class ...
*  Jefferson Health
Jefferson University Hospital: About Us Template:Cite Stratford, New Jersey web Jefferson University Hospital: History ... and Jefferson-Voorhees in South Jersey. Formerly a division of Thomas Jefferson University, the Hospital was separated from the ... and has signed a Definitive Agreement with Kennedy Health facilities in southern New Jersey including hospitals in Washington ... Jefferson Bucks Hospital Jefferson Frankford Hospital Jefferson Torresdale Hospital New Jersey (Formerly Kennedy Health System ...
*  Ellendale, Delaware
New Jersey via steamship) with the first passenger trains passing through in 1897. A post office was erected, with a large ...
*  New Jersey v. New York
... but granting New Jersey the rights to half of the water channel. This agreement was fashioned in order to allow New Jersey to ... New Jersey v. New York, 523 U.S. 767 (1998), was a United States Supreme Court case in which it was determined that roughly 90 ... "New Jersey v. New York - 523 U.S. 767 (1998)". Justia. Retrieved 2012-08-02. Richard G. Castagna; Lawrence L. Thornton; John M ... This led to places such as Ellis Island located on the New Jersey side of the river, but belonging to New York. Between the ...
*  Fishtown, Philadelphia
New Jersey. Also, in the early 18th century, an English colonist was fabled to have caught the largest shad in the world in the ...
*  New Jersey Jewish News
... website New Jersey Jewish News: zero to sixty: a special 60th enniversary issue, 1947-2007, New Jersey ... The New Jersey Jewish News (NJJN) is a weekly newspaper published by United Jewish Communities (UJC) of MetroWest New Jersey. ... "About New Jersey Jewish News". New Jersey Jewish News. Randall Herbert Balmer; Mark Silk (2006). Religion and public life in ... "NEW JERSEY JEWISH NEWS. Date: Thursday March 20, 2014. Circulation: 24,000" (PDF). "Community Directory: New Jersey Jewish News ...
*  History of Philadelphia
The New Haven Colony had earlier struck a deal with the Lenape to buy much of New Jersey south of present-day Trenton. The ... Thousands fled north into Pennsylvania and east into New Jersey; Congress moved to Lancaster then to York. British troops ... New Jersey is named) charted the shoals Delaware Bay in the 1620s. The Dutch built a fort on the west side of the bay at ... Bridge to New Jersey in 1926. Philadelphia began to modernize, steel and concrete skyscrapers were constructed, old buildings ...
*  State holidays in New Jersey
New Jersey state holidays: January 1 - New Year's Day 3rd Monday in January - Martin Luther King Day 3rd Monday in February - ... The State of New Jersey has 12 legal holidays of which 10 are federal holidays. If a holiday falls on a Saturday, it is usually ... Washington's Birthday (called "Presidents Day" in New Jersey) variable date - Good Friday Last Monday in May - Memorial Day ... Christmas Day Additional New Jersey Judicial Holiday Friday following 4th Thursday in November - Day After Thanksgiving (this ...
*  Jersey Budd
"Jersey Budd". Smoky Carrot. Retrieved 2014-02-26. "Jersey Budd , Discography". AllMusic. 2009-05-04. Retrieved 2014-02-26. " ... "Wonderlands - Jersey Budd". AllMusic. 2009-05-04. Retrieved 2014-02-26. Official website Introducing... Jersey Budd Flash ... Jersey Budd is an English singer-songwriter from Leicester, England. He released his first album Wonderlands in 2009, which ...
*  Jersey cabbage
The Jersey cabbage (Brassica oleracea longata, also known as Jersey kale or cow cabbage,) and by a variety of local names ... Johnson, Philip (2016). "Jersey Cabbage Sticks". www.homestill.co.uk. "BBC Countryfile 22,01,2010". Jersey.com. Retrieved 3 ... The 'Jersey cabbage' develops a long stalk, commonly reaching 6 to 10 feet (1.8 to 3.0 m) in height, and can grow as tall as 18 ... "Giant cabbage". Jersey Evening Post. 3 June 2014. Retrieved 3 June 2014. Hessayon, D. G. (2008). The Bedside Book of the Garden ...
*  Jersey Bakley
Edward Enoch "Jersey" Bakley (April 17, 1864 - February 17, 1915) was a Major League Baseball pitcher in the late 19th century ... "Jersey Bakley Stats". Baseball Almanac. "100 Home Run Club". Baseball-Reference.com. August 4, 2015. Retrieved August 22, 2017 ... Career statistics and player information from Baseball-Reference, or Baseball-Reference (Minors), or Retrosheet Jersey Bakley ... New Jersey, Bakley made his major league debut at the age of 19 for the Philadelphia Athletics of the American Association. He ...
*  Jersey Belle
Television portal Official website Jersey Belle on IMDb Jersey Belle at TV Guide. ... Jersey Belle is an American reality television series, which premiered on August 4, 2014, on Bravo. Announced in April 2014, ... "About Jersey Belle". Bravo Media. NBCUniversal. Retrieved August 31, 2015. "Bravo Unveils 15 New Series, 3 Projects In ... Bibel, Sara (June 9, 2014). "New Series 'Jersey Belle' to Premiere Monday, August 4 on Bravo". TV by the Numbers (Press release ...
*  Jersey Eisteddfod
The Jersey Eisteddfod is a cultural festival and competition in Jersey. It was founded in 1908 by a former Dean of Jersey who ... In 1998 the Jersey Eisteddfod celebrated its 90th anniversary in a day-long event held at Samarès Manor; the year 2008 saw its ... The management of the Jersey Eisteddfod is accomplished by volunteers who either hold office or are enrolled to assist [as in ... it is estimated that the Jersey Eisteddfod reaches a minimum of 10 percent of the population at any one time. With its ...
*  Jersey Boys
Brantley, Ben."Review, Jersey Boys ",The New York Times, 2005 "Jersey Boys: Let's hear it for the Boys", The Telegraph "Jersey ... Jersey Boys Japanese official website JERSEY BOYS JAPAN Official Trailer Tout McPhee, Ryan. " 'Jersey Boys' Will Return to the ... Can't Take My Ears Off of You: Jersey Boys Cast Album Will Get Nov. 1 Release From Rhino "Can't Take My Ears Off of You: Jersey ... Toronto Jersey Boys to Close in August Archived July 5, 2010, at the Wayback Machine. Showbiz Asia: Jersey Boys Archived ...
*  Jersey's population
A concise history of Jersey''. Jersey: Société Jersiaise. RENOUF, John, 1989. ''Neolithic Jersey''. Jersey: States of Jersey. ... Jersey's population - a history.[1] www.boleat.com. STATES OF JERSEY, 2010. Jersey's Resident Population 2009. [2]. ... through Jersey and then passed off as Jersey cattle in the British market, and also to maintain the purity of the Jersey breed ... Jersey: Tax haven or international finance centre? 2009 2 3, BBC.co.uk, retr 2012 9 14 ''Census 1951, Jersey, Guernsey and ...
*  Jersey Boy
... is the twelfth studio album by country artist Eddie Rabbitt. It was released in 1990 by Capitol Records. The album ... Jersey Boy reached number 34 on country album charts. Allmusic gave the album four out of five stars citing the tracks "Only ... ", "Feel Like a Stranger" and "Tennessee Born and Bred" as songs "that Eddie Rabbitt fans might especially enjoy." Jersey Boy ...
*  Jersey Dutch
An example of Jersey Dutch from A text in Jersey Dutch Dr J. Dyneley Prince, 1910. En kääd'l had twî jongers; de êne blêv täus ... Jersey Dutch was spoken by the descendants of Dutch settlers in New Jersey, who began to arrive at Bergen in 1630, and by their ... Jersey Dutch was an archaic Dutch dialect formerly spoken in and around Bergen and Passaic Counties in New Jersey from the late ... The Jersey Dutch dialect'. Dialect Notes 3, 459-484. Prince, J. Dyneley. 1913. 'A text in Jersey Dutch'. Tijdschrift voor ...
*  Jersey Airways
Jersey Airport opened on 10 March 1937, and Jersey Airways was able to operate a fixed timetable that no longer depended on the ... Jersey Airways was an airline that operated air services to and from the Channel Islands from 1933 until 1947, when it became ... Jersey Airways Limited was formed by W L Thurgood on 9 December 1933. The first commercial service took place on 18 December, ... The following day, Jersey Airways began flying its staff and equipment to the United Kingdom mainland, and on 18-19 June 1940, ...
*  Jersey club
... is a breakbeat genre of music. Created in Newark, New Jersey with roots in Baltimore club, Jersey club is a ... "DJ Uniique and The Rise of Jersey Club". Thump. Retrieved 2016-09-01. "What Is Jersey Club Music? , Run The Trap". Trap Music ... "Jersey Club in New Zealand? VICE and BOSE are investigating why with their Seeds and Stems series". Hhhhappy.com. Retrieved ... Jersey club music originated during the 90's, specifically in the city of Newark (affectionately nicknamed "Brick City"). It ...
*  Jersey cattle
A Short History on the Origins of Jersey Cattle., Boston Eric, WJCB 1965 American Jersey Cattle Association Australian Jersey ... www.ansi.okstate.edu/breeds/cattle/jersey Jersey Cattle, Eric James Boston. 1954. One Hundred Years of the Royal Jersey ... The Jersey is a breed of small dairy cattle. Originally bred in the Channel Island of Jersey, the breed is popular for the high ... A Jersey cattle show is also held in Jersey, by The West Show Association. In February 2010, it was revealed that semen from a ...
*  Jersey Stakes
The Jersey Stakes replaced the second leg of the Triennial Stakes in 1919. It was named after the 4th Earl of Jersey, who ... horseracingintfed.com - International Federation of Horseracing Authorities - Jersey Stakes (2017). pedigreequery.com - Jersey ... The Jersey Stakes is a Group 3 flat horse race in Great Britain open to three-year-old horses. It is run at Ascot over a ... Jersey Lily 1888: Rada 1889: Cherry Bounce 1890: Blue-green 1891: Peter Flower 1892: May Duke 1893: Prisoner 1894: Florizel II ...
*  Jersey Jays
The Jersey Jays were a professional American football team based in Jersey City, New Jersey. They began play in 1969 as a ... "Jersey Jays Become Cleveland Farm Team". Sunday Post-Crescent. Associated Press. April 13, 1969. "Jersey Jays to Join Atlantic ... That season the team also moved to nearby Roosevelt Stadium in Jersey City. The Jays ceased operations after one year in the ...