3 edition of New Jersey Facts and Symbols (States and Their Symbols) found in the catalog.
by Franklin Watts
Written in English
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New Jersey is a state in the Northeastern and Middle Atlantic regions of the United States. It is bordered on the north and east by New York State, on the southeast and south by the Atlantic Ocean, on the west by Pennsylvania, and on the southwest by the fact file below for . The State flag of New Jersey is buff colored. The state coat of arms is emblazoned in the center. The shield has three plows with a horse's head above it. Two women represent the goddesses of Liberty and Agriculture. A ribbon at the bottom includes the year of independence in .
Capital - Trenton. Abbreviation - NJ. Nickname - Garden State. Motto - "Liberty and Prosperity". Song -. Bird - Eastern Goldfinch. Flower - Purple Violet. Insect - Honey Bee. Area - approximately 8, square miles. Websites for studying about New Jersey. New Jersey State Symbols Games. Worksheets and puzzles for kids to learn more about New Jersey. New Jersey, constituent state of the U.S. One of the original 13 states, it is bounded by New York to the north and northeast, the Atlantic Ocean to the east and south, and Delaware and Pennsylvania to the west. Named for the island of Jersey in the English Channel, its capital city is Trenton.
New Jersey Fun Facts. New Jersey was formally founded on June 24th when James Duke of York granted Lord Berkeley and Sir George Carteret all land west of Manhattan and Long Island and east of the Delaware River and given the name New Jersey or Nova Caesarea; Size: 8, Square Miles; 5th smallest state; Population: 8,, G is for Garden State explores the places, people, and landmarks that make New Jersey a fascinating place to live in and to visit again and again. Written in the popular two-tier format for our Discover America State by State alphabet series, young readers will explore state facts through colorful illustrations, rhyming verses, and expository text/5(8).
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It contains five symbols, each of which represents something about New Jersey. Helmet and Horse Head. The helmet and the horse's head crest represent New Jersey's independence as a state. They also represent New Jersey's status as one of the first states. In New Jersey was the third state to sign the U.S.
Constitution. Liberty. New Jersey Facts and Symbols (The States and Their Symbols) [Swanson Sateren, Shelley] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. New Jersey Facts and Symbols (The Author: Shelley Swanson Sateren. Official state symbols, emblems, and icons of New Jersey - places to see in New Jersey - landmarks, parks, historic markers, cities and towns - learn the culture and history of New Jersey.
Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for New Jersey: Facts and Symbols by Shelley Swanson Sateren (, Paperback) at the best 5/5(1). This is a list of official symbols of the U.S. state of New Jersey. Official symbols of New Jersey are codified in the laws of New Jersey.
A decade-long campaign by a Haddon Township teacher led to the selection of Hadrosaurus foulkii as the official state fossil in June This example of the dinosaur was excavated in from a marl pit. Get this from a library.
New Jersey facts and symbols. [Shelley Swanson Sateren] -- Presents information about the state of New Jersey, its nickname, flag, motto, and emblems.
New Jersey Symbols. State Seal Pierre Eugene du Simitiere created New Jersey's State Seal in It contains five symbols, each of which represents something about New Jersey.
Download a coloring book page of the State Seal, in PDF format [39k]. content for About New Jersey, Facts and Symbols, History and Culture, Land and Environment, Maps. Origins of the Nickname. Abraham Browning of Camden is given credit for giving New Jersey the nickname the Garden State.
According to Alfred Heston's two-volume book Jersey Waggon Jaunts, Browning called New Jersey the Garden State while speaking at the Philadelphia Centennial exhibition on New Jersey Day (Aug ). Interactive learning games and printables about New Jersey and New Jersey symbols.
Provides maps, facts, state symbol coloring pages, poems, word searches, printable worksheets, games, book reviews, scramblers, puzzles and trivia for a complete unit of study. This book contains facts about and photos of New Jersey, its symbols, and its history. The Paperback of the New Jersey: Facts and Symbols by Emily McAuliffe at Barnes & Noble.
FREE Shipping on $35 or more. B&N Outlet Membership Educators Pages: New Jersey was the 3 rd state in the USA; it became a state on Decem State Abbreviation - NJ State Capital - Trenton Largest City - Newark Area - 8, square miles [New Jersey is the 47th biggest state in the USA] Population - 8, (as of ) [New Jersey is the 11th most populous state in the USA] Name for Residents - New Jerseyites or New Jerseyans.
New Jersey is the nation's most densely populated state with an average of people per square mile (13 times the national average). Modern paleontology, the science of studying dinosaur fossils, began in with the discovery of the first nearly-complete skeleton of a dinosaur in Haddonfield, New Jersey.
The horse (Equus caballus) was adopted as the official state animal symbol of New Jersey in The U.S. Equestrian Team headquarters are in New Jersey. All State Horses - All State Mammals.
After signing the law to officially designate the horse as New Jersey's state animal inGovernor Byrne said: "The founding fathers of our state.
Facts about New Jersey, including the capital, number of electoral votes, state symbols, popular tourist attractions, famous people, sports teams, fun facts, and more. New Jersey Facts This page contains a wealth of information on the state of New Jersey. New Jersey has over 50 resort cities and towns, some of the nations most famous, Asbury park, Wildwood, Atlantic City, Seaside heights, Cape May.
New Jersey is a leading industrial state and is the largest chemical producing state in the nation. New Jersey is a major seaport state with the largest seaport in the U.S. located in Elizabeth. This series explores and supports the standards under "The History of the Student's Own State or Region," as required by the National Standards for History; it also supports National Geography n, Shelley Swanson is the author of 'New Jersey Facts and Symbols' with ISBN and ISBN New Jersey is one of the 50 states of the United States of is in the northeastern section of the country along the coast of the Atlantic is a small state, shaped like a letter [S], and bordered on the west by Pennsylvania and Delaware across the Delaware River, on the north by New York, on the northeast by the Hudson River and New York City, on the east and southeast by the Capital: Trenton.
The Encyclopedia of New Jersey is the most extensive reference work ever published on the Garden State. The Encyclopedia contains nearly 3, original articles, along with illustrations and maps, collecting a wealth of information about the state in one volume.
The Encyclopedia is filled with fascinating and interesting entries ranging from New Jersey's earliest history to the present.3/5(3). Contents. Interesting Facts ; One of the original 13 colonies, New Jersey was an important battleground during the American Revolution.
Located in the heart of .Answers to these and hundreds of other questions about New Jersey are included in the newly-published second edition of The New Jersey Almanac--a page reference book of facts, statistics and historical background of key trends affecting New Jersey published by the nonprofit Public Affairs Research Institute of New Jersey (PARI) based in.New Jersey: Facts and Symbols (The States and Their Symbols) by Shelley Swanson Sateren: New Mexico: Facts and Symbols (The States and Their Symbols) Enter the name of the series to add the book to it.
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