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Southern New Jersey; Southern jersey; Southern Jersey; South Jersey, New Jersey; History of South Jersey
  • Northward view from  [[Apple Pie Hill]] in the [[New Jersey Pine Barrens]], August 2014
  • Atlantic City]], a seaside resort famous for its boardwalk and casino gambling, September 2007
  • [[Benjamin Franklin Bridge]] is the oldest of the four vehicular bridges connecting [[Philadelphia]] to South Jersey.
  • Camden]] in 1919
  • Sunset Beach]] on [[Cape May]], May 2009
  • Ocean City]], August 2020
  • An extensive passenger and freight network, now part of [[Conrail Shared Assets Operations]], once served the region.
  • Ocean County]] (in light blue) is considered the border between South Jersey and [[Central Jersey]].
  • Province of West Jersey]] shown in yellow. The [[Keith line]] is shown in red.

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  • Koreatown, Bergen County]], across the [[George Washington Bridge]] from [[New York City]]
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  • [[Cranberry]] harvest
  • Warren County]] and neighboring [[Pennsylvania]].
  • Ethnic origins in New Jersey
  • New Brunswick]], nicknamed the ''Hub city'' and the ''Healthcare City'', is a focus city for academia, [[healthcare]], and culture in New Jersey.
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  • [[Cape May–Lewes Ferry]] connects New Jersey and [[Delaware]] across [[Delaware Bay]].
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  • A heat map showing median income distribution in New Jersey by county
  • Map of New Jersey's major transportation networks and cities
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  • [[Old Queens]] at [[Rutgers University]], the largest state university system in New Jersey
  • ''Washington Rallying the Americans at the Battle of Princeton'', a portrait by [[William Ranney]] depicting [[George Washington]] rallying his troops at the [[Battle of Princeton]] in January 1777
  • NHL]]'s [[New Jersey Devils]]
  • Midtown]] [[Manhattan]], [[New York City]]
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  • Mercer County]] on December 25, 1776, prior to the [[Battle of Trenton]]
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Rutgers University         
  • The Rutgers College football team in 1882
  • 330 Cooper student housing at the Camden campus
  • The [[Archibald S. Alexander Library]] is the main library at Rutgers University–New Brunswick.
  • The Quad Clock on College Avenue campus
  • Oil painting of Revolutionary War hero and [[philanthropist]], Colonel [[Henry Rutgers]] (1745–1830), early benefactor and namesake of Rutgers University
  • The Digital Studies Center and Johnson Park at Rutgers University–Camden
  • [[Demarest Hall]] dormitory on the New Brunswick campus
  • Senator [[Elizabeth Warren]] received her JD from [[Rutgers Law School]] on the Newark campus in 1976.
  • [[James Gandolfini]], star of [[HBO]]'s [[The Sopranos]] received his B.A. from Rutgers-New Brunswick in 1983.
  • The ''Rutgers Tomato'' growing at a New Jersey greenhouse
  • SHI Stadium is home to Scarlet Knights football.
  • The Honors College at Rutgers–New Brunswick
  • Life Sciences / Genetics Building
  • Chef [[Mario Batali]] received his B.A. from Rutgers-New Brunswick in 1982.
  • [[New Jersey Hall]] on the New Brunswick College Avenue Campus was the home of the Agricultural Experiment Station, Biology and Chemistry faculty. It now houses the university's Department of Economics.
  • [[Old Queens]], the oldest building at Rutgers University in New Brunswick, New Jersey, built between 1809 and 1825. Old Queens houses much of the Rutgers University administration.
  • Rutgers University–Camden quad walk
  • Rutgers Law School, Newark Campus
  • The Rutgers-New Brunswick Men's Varsity Eight rowing on the Raritain River
  • The Rutgers "R" logo debuted in 2001 and has represented the school in athletics since.
  • An art library on the College Avenue campus
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  • Shrubbery at the College Avenue campus
  • Prof. [[Selman A. Waksman]] (B.Sc. 1915), who was awarded the Nobel Prize in Medicine for developing 22 antibiotics—most notably [[Streptomycin]]—in his laboratory at Rutgers University
  • The Voorhees Chapel is a notable landmark on the Douglass campus at Rutgers. Douglass was founded as an all-women's college in 1918, but now houses co-ed dormitories.
  • The Jane Voorhees Zimmerli Art Museum on Hamilton Street in New Brunswick
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Rutgers University, große öffentliche Universität im Staat New Jersey (USA)


A Jersey cow or a Jersey is a light brown cow that produces very creamy milk.
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South Jersey

South Jersey comprises the southern portion of the U.S. state of New Jersey located between the lower Delaware River in the west and the Atlantic Ocean in the east. The designation of South Jersey with a distinct toponym is a colloquialism rather than an administrative definition and reflects geographical and perceived cultural and other differences between South Jersey and the northern part of the state. South Jersey is part of the Philadelphia metropolitan area, the seventh largest metropolitan region in the nation with 6.288 million residents in the core metropolitan statistical area and 7.366 million residents in the combined statistical area as of 2020.

Benjamin Franklin called the state "a barrel tapped at both ends". South Jersey may be defined geographically as the area below I-195 that includes the state's lower seven counties: Atlantic, Burlington, Camden, Cape May, Cumberland, Gloucester, and Salem. North Jersey is generally described as including the counties north of South Jersey that fall within the New York metropolitan area.

South Jersey and the wider Philadelphia metropolitan area have become a U.S. East Coast epicenter for logistics and warehouse construction, Salem County and the lower portion of and upper portion of Cumberland Counties additionally serve as residential communities for the petrochemical industry of New Castle County, Delaware. South Jersey shore communities, including Atlantic City and others in Atlantic and Cape May counties, have a distinct economy centered around the tourism industry. Burlington, Camden, and Gloucester counties have several older streetcar towns, and many residents from these three counties commute to Philadelphia, the nation's sixth most populous city, which is located immediately west of South Jersey across the Delaware River, accessible by the Benjamin Franklin Bridge, Betsy Ross Bridge, and Walt Whitman Bridge.