Geography Quiz / NJ TOP 20: Municipal Origins

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Can you name the 20 most populous municipalities in New Jersey when given their municipal origins?

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from Newton Twp. (1828)
replaced Union Hill, West Hoboken towns (1925)
from Dover, Howell twps. (1850)
from Waterford Twp. (1844, renamed 1961)
original township of central Essex County (1693, reincorporated as city 1836)
from northern Acquackanonk Twp. (1831, reincorporated as city 1851)
original township of southern Essex County (1693, city replaced township and borough 1855)
from Shrewsbury Twp. (1768, renamed 2006)
original township of Monmouth County (1693)
replaced Acquackanonk Twp. (1917)
from southeastern Acquackanonk Twp. (1869, reincorporated as city 1873)
from Piscataway, Woodbridge twps. (1870, renamed 1954)
from Bergen Twp. (1820)
within Hunterdon County (1720, city incorporated separately from township 1792, absorbed township 1837)
from Nottingham Twp. (1842)
from Brick Twp. (1892)
original township of Gloucester County (1695)
original township of Middlesex County (1669)
from Orange town (1863, reincorporated as city 1899)
from South Amboy Twp. (1869, renamed 1975)

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