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East Orange, New Jersey - Notable People
... Notable current and former residents of East Orange include John Amos (born 1939), actor ... Troy CLE, pseudonym of Troy Tompkins, author of The Marvelous Effect (set in East Orange) ... Henderson of Texas, who established the Good Shepherd home for aged women after moving to East Orange following her husband's death ...
East Orange (NJT Station) - ADA Accessibility and Viaduct Improvements
... Station owner New Jersey Transit decided to perform work at East Orange station to improve accessibility for the handicapped and to repair eighty year ... At a cost of $22.9m, repair work at East Orange, along with nearby stations Brick Church and South Orange, commenced in 2004 ... East Orange received a mini-high level platform, the tracks surrounding the station were upgraded with concrete ties and the stairways leading to the platforms ...
Culture Of New Jersey - Culture - Music
... Lauryn Hill is from South Orange, New Jersey ... Singer Dionne Warwick was born in East Orange ... cousin) was born in Newark, and grew up in neighboring East Orange ...
Africa, Ohio - History
... been a Methodist church that was established on the east side of Alum Creek in approximately 1828 ... The antislavery portion organized the Wesleyan Church on the east side of Alum Creek ... Samuel Patterson arrived in East Orange in 1824 and, within a few years, began to hide runaway slaves in his home ...
Muir's Department Store
... Store was the largest retail store in the downtown area of East Orange, New Jersey's Main Street shopping district in the 1920s ... founded in 1882 was the flagship store of the large East Orange retail district along Main Street ... East Orange was referred to as the first "suburban" retail district in New Jersey and was also home to a large branch of the upscale Fifth Avenue department store, Best ...

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