Bordentown, New Jersey

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Bordentown is a city in Burlington County, New Jersey, United States.wikipedia
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Bordentown School

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The Bordentown School operated from 1894 to 1955.
The Bordentown School (officially titled the Manual Training and Industrial School for Colored Youth, the State of New Jersey Manual Training School and Manual Training and Industrial School for Youth, though other names were used over the years), was a residential high school for African-American students, located in Bordentown in Burlington County, New Jersey, United States.

Patience Wright

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Patience Lovell Wright, America's first female sculptor, was creating wax busts in King George's court in England.
The family moved to Bordentown, New Jersey when Patience was four years old.

Bordentown Military Institute

In 1881, Rev. William Bowen purchased the old Spring Villa Female Seminary building (built on land purchased from the Bonapartes in 1837) and reopened it as the Bordentown Military Institute.
The Bordentown Military Institute was a private high school in Bordentown, New Jersey, United States, from 1881 to 1973.

Chesterfield Township, New Jersey

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Bordentown was originally incorporated as a borough by an act of the New Jersey Legislature on December 9, 1825, from portions within Chesterfield Township.
Portions of the township were taken to form New Hanover Township (December 2, 1723) and Bordentown borough (December 9, 1825).

U.S. Route 206

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It is bounded on the east by U.S. Route 130 and U.S. Route 206, on the south by Black's Creek and Interstate 295, and on the north by the Mile Hollow Run. U.S. Route 130 and U.S. Route 206 run through very briefly and intersect at County Route 528 in the city.
The route connects several cities and towns, including Bordentown, Trenton, Princeton, Somerville, Netcong, and Newton.

Bordentown Township, New Jersey

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The City of Bordentown is surrounded on three sides by Bordentown Township and on the western side by the juncture of the Delaware River and Crosswicks Creek, which is the border with Hamilton Township in Mercer County.
Bordentown city separated from the township in 1877 and Fieldsboro became fully independent in 1894 The township was named for founder Joseph Borden.

U.S. Route 130

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It is bounded on the east by U.S. Route 130 and U.S. Route 206, on the south by Black's Creek and Interstate 295, and on the north by the Mile Hollow Run. U.S. Route 130 and U.S. Route 206 run through very briefly and intersect at County Route 528 in the city.
The road runs within a close distance of I-295 south of Bordentown and a few miles from the New Jersey Turnpike for its entire length, serving as a major four- to six-lane divided local road for most of its length.

United New Jersey Railroad and Canal Company

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It was built by Robert Stephenson and Company, in England, and was imported into Philadelphia by the Camden and Amboy Railroad.
Construction began December 4, 1830 at Bordentown on the Delaware River; construction efforts were supported by horse-drawn carriages.

Thomas Paine

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In addition to Joseph Borden's son (also named Joseph Borden), who became a colonel during the war, patriots Francis Hopkinson (a signer of the United States Declaration of Independence), Colonel Kirkbride, Colonel Oakey Hoagland and Thomas Paine resided in the area.
Paine bought his only house in 1783 on the corner of Farnsworth Avenue and Church Streets in Bordentown City, New Jersey and he lived in it periodically until his death in 1809.

Burlington County, New Jersey

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Bordentown is a city in Burlington County, New Jersey, United States.

Francis Hopkinson

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In addition to Joseph Borden's son (also named Joseph Borden), who became a colonel during the war, patriots Francis Hopkinson (a signer of the United States Declaration of Independence), Colonel Kirkbride, Colonel Oakey Hoagland and Thomas Paine resided in the area.
He moved to Bordentown, New Jersey in 1774, became a member of the New Jersey Provincial Council, and was admitted to the New Jersey bar on May 8, 1775.

County Route 528 (New Jersey)

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U.S. Route 130 and U.S. Route 206 run through very briefly and intersect at County Route 528 in the city.
The highway is designated 39.89 mi from Farnsworth Avenue (CR 545) in Bordentown to Ocean Avenue (Route 35) in Mantoloking.

New Jersey Legislative Districts, 2011 apportionment

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Prior to the 2011 reapportionment following the 2010 Census, Bordentown City had been in the 30th state legislative district.
Bordentown City,

Ricardo Almeida

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Ricardo Almeida (born 1976), Brazilian-American mixed martial artist and Brazilian jiu-jitsu grappler.
Ricardo Almeida (born November 29, 1976) is a former Brazilian-American mixed martial artist and currently a Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu grappler residing in Bordentown, New Jersey.

7th Legislative District (New Jersey)

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Herb Conaway (born 1963), member of the New Jersey General Assembly who has represented the 7th Legislative District since 1988.
New Jersey's 7th Legislative District is one of 40 in the New Jersey Legislature, covering the Burlington County municipalities of Beverly City, Bordentown City, Bordentown Township, Burlington City, Burlington Township, Cinnaminson Township, Delanco Township, Delran Township, Edgewater Park Township, Fieldsboro Borough, Florence Township, Moorestown Township, Mount Laurel Township, Palmyra Borough, Riverside Township, Riverton Borough and Willingboro Township as of the 2011 apportionment.

Joachim, 4th Prince Murat

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Joachim, 4th Prince Murat (1834-1901), Major-General in the French Army.
Joachim Joseph Napoléon Murat, 4th Prince Murat (21 June 1834 in Bordentown, New Jersey, USA – 23 October 1901 in Château de Chambly, Chambly, Oise, France) was a Major-General in the French Army and a member of the Bonaparte-Murat family.

Bordentown Regional High School

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Bordentown Regional High School (741; 9-12).
The high school serves Bordentown City, Bordentown Township (where the school is located), and Fieldsboro Borough.

Richard Watson Gilder

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Richard Watson Gilder (1844–1909), poet, author and editor of The Century Magazine.
Gilder was born on February 8, 1844 at Bordentown, New Jersey.

Eric Gibbons

Eric Gibbons (born 1966), artist and owner of The Firehouse Gallery of Bordentown and founder of Firehouse Publications.
Eric Gibbons is an artist who lives and works in Bordentown, New Jersey.

Bordentown station

The Bordentown station at Park Street offers service between the Trenton Rail Station in Trenton and the Walter Rand Transportation Center (and other stations) in Camden, on NJ Transit's River Line Light rail system.
Bordentown is a station on NJ Transit's River Line light rail system, located on West Park Street in Bordentown, in Burlington County, New Jersey, United States.

River Line (NJ Transit)

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The Bordentown station at Park Street offers service between the Trenton Rail Station in Trenton and the Walter Rand Transportation Center (and other stations) in Camden, on NJ Transit's River Line Light rail system.
The River Line was constructed on what originally was the Camden-Bordentown section and the Bordentown-Trenton Branch of the Camden & Amboy Railroad (C&A).

Firehouse Gallery

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Eric Gibbons (born 1966), artist and owner of The Firehouse Gallery of Bordentown and founder of Firehouse Publications.
The Firehouse Gallery of Bordentown, New Jersey was built in 1886 and is currently the exclusive studio of its owner, Eric Gibbons.

Roman Catholic Diocese of Trenton

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Saint Mary School was a Catholic school serving students in Pre-K - 8, that operated for over 100 years under the auspices of the Roman Catholic Diocese of Trenton.
As the population of Trenton grew, new churches were built in Bordentown and Lambertville.

County Route 545 (New Jersey)

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In addition to CR 528's western terminus in Bordentown, County Route 545 has its northern terminus in the city.
The highway extends 14.76 mi from Lakehurst Road (CR 530) in Pemberton Township to West Park Street in Bordentown.

John Bull (locomotive)

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In August 1831, master mechanic Isaac Dripps of Bordentown re-assembled (without blueprints or instructions) the locomotive John Bull (originally called "The Stevens") in just 10 days.
After several years serving as a switching engine and stationary boiler, the John Bull was retired in 1866 and stored in Bordentown, New Jersey.