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The Dutch were the first Europeans to establish a settlement along the Hudson
River ... Their stockade, called the village of Bergen, is regarded as New Jersey's
first ... In 1621, the Estates-General of the Netherlands chartered the Dutch West
Bergen, founded in 1660, was New Jersey's first permanent European settlement
... of the east side) and Lord John Berkley (who was in charge of the west side).
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Railroads of New Jersey Terminal .... What became Greenville was the territory of
the Hackensack and Raritan Indians at the time of European contact in the 17th ...
Jersey City abounds with Dutch street names because it was Michael Pauw, an
agent ... West India Company, who purchased and pioneered a permanent
European ... renaming the land New Jersey in honor of the largest island in the
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... The first permanent European sett lement in New Jersey dates from 1660.
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government officials and faculty from New Jersey City University worked with
Urban Planner ... and the transit plaza creating a European style shopping street
in Jersey City. ... It is estimated that redevelopment of Jersey City's west side
A fort at Nya Elfsborg (now west of Salem, Salem, New Jersey) was built in 1643.
... The first German Palatines to settle in Bergen County arrived in New York in ...