NJ TOP 20: Municipal Origins Quiz Stats

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Origin Municipality % Correct
from Orange town (1863, reincorporated as city 1899)East Orange
85.1%
from Dover, Howell twps. (1850)Brick Twp.
80.9%
original township of central Essex County (1693, reincorporated as city 1836)Newark
80.9%
from Nottingham Twp. (1842)Hamilton Twp.
78.7%
from Brick Twp. (1892)Lakewood Twp.
78.7%
original township of Monmouth County (1693)Middletown Twp.
78.7%
from Bergen Twp. (1820)Jersey City
76.6%
from Piscataway, Woodbridge twps. (1870, renamed 1954)Edison Twp.
74.5%
within Hunterdon County (1720, city incorporated separately from township 1792, absorbed township 1837)Trenton
74.5%
replaced Union Hill, West Hoboken towns (1925)Union City
74.5%
Origin Municipality % Correct
original township of Middlesex County (1669)Woodbridge Twp.
74.5%
from northern Acquackanonk Twp. (1831, reincorporated as city 1851)Paterson
72.3%
from Newton Twp. (1828)Camden
70.2%
replaced Acquackanonk Twp. (1917)Clifton
70.2%
original township of southern Essex County (1693, city replaced township and borough 1855)Elizabeth
70.2%
original township of Gloucester County (1695)Gloucester Twp.
70.2%
from southeastern Acquackanonk Twp. (1869, reincorporated as city 1873)Passaic
70.2%
from South Amboy Twp. (1869, renamed 1975)Old Bridge Twp.
68.1%
from Shrewsbury Twp. (1768, renamed 2006)Toms River Twp.
68.1%
from Waterford Twp. (1844, renamed 1961)Cherry Hill Twp.
63.8%

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