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 New Jersey State Projects for 4th Grade?

Answer New Jersey was the third state admitted to the Union. The earliest settlers in New Jersey were Native Americans, with the first Dutch and English explorers arriving in the 1600s. New Jersey is an o... Read More »
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When did New Jersey become a state?

New Jersey became a state on December 18, 1787. New Jersey was the third state to ratify the U.S. Constitution. The state's first governor was William Livingston. Trenton became the state capital o... Read More »
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Who named the state of New Jersey?

Sir John Berkley and Sir George Carteret named the state of New Jersey for the Isle of Jersey in the English Channel, where Carteret had been born. New Jersey ratified the Bill of Rights in 1789, a... Read More »
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Is New Jersey a right-to-work state?

New Jersey is a "forced-unionism" state, not a "right-to-work" state. There are 22 "right-to-work" states and 28 "forced-unionism." Union dues can be forced upon employees in New Jersey, but they... Read More »
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How many municipalities are in the state of New Jersey?

The state of New Jersey consists of 566 municipalities, according to the New Jersey League of Municipalities. The five largest municipalities by population size were Newark City, Jersey City, Pater... Read More »
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