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Early in the seventeenth century New Jersey was part of New York, when the ownership of the city changed hands sometime in 1664, New Jersey came under the English rule and a century later was annexed from New York under it's own royal governor, Lewis Morris. The state of New Jersey has a population of slightly above eight million, six hundred and thirty thousand residents as of 2003. New Jersey's population as of 2000 ranks ninth in the United States. The capital city of New Jersey is Trenton and it's the ninth largest city in the state. The largest city is Newark with close to two hundred and eighty thousand residents. New Jersey is named after an island in the English Channel called Jersey.

During the British rule in the eighteenth century thirteen colonies revolted against the British, New Jersey was one of those colonies. Here are a few demographics on the state of New Jersey; Women are 51.5% of the population and the Men are 48.5%. 72.6% of the population are White, 13.6% are African American, 13.3% are Hispanic or Latino and 5.7% are of Asian origin. New Jersey is placed second and first in the GDP and per capita personal income, respectively. The economy of New Jersey is driven by the largest industry, Chemicals and the second is Tourism. New Jersey is ranked as one of the top research centers in the world. Several oil refineries are situated in New Jersey. Here are some other paramount industries in New Jersey; electrical goods, instruments, apparel, machinery and pharmaceuticals.

Twenty percent of the states land is productive farmland. New Jersey ranks among the top in the country with the following products; dairy products, cranberries, seafood, peaches, most garden vegetables, eggplants, Poultry, blueberries, printing and publishing. New Jersey has quite a number of resorts on it's more than one hundred the twenty five miles of Atlantic coastline. New Jersey is a tourist hotspot, it's hotels are some of the best in the country. Here are a few of those magnificent, hotels, resorts, inns and lodges, New Jersey has to offer; Marriott Conference Hotel-Trenton, Days Inn-Newark, Sheraton Hotel-Newark, Comfort Suites-Newark, Courtyard by Marriott Newark International Airport and Hilton Gateway-Newark. New Jersey has three of the four major sports franchises in the country; New York Giants and New York Jets (National Football League), New Jersey Devils (National Hockey League), and New Jersey Nets (National Basketball Association). The other teams based in the city are; New jersey MetroStars (Major League Soccer), New Jersey Pride (Major League Lacrosse) and several Minor League baseball teams. Tourism is the second-largest industry in New Jersey. The state has numerous resort areas on 127 mi of Atlantic coastline. In 1977, New Jersey voters approved legislation allowing legalized casino gambling in Atlantic City. Points of interest include the Delaware Water Gap, the Edison National Historic Site in West Orange, Princeton University, Liberty State Park, Jersey City, and the N.J. State Aquarium in Camden.



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