Jersey City

  • (noun): A city in northeastern New Jersey (opposite Manhattan).

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Mc Ginley Square
... McGinley Square is in Jersey City, New Jersey, located near the middle of the city, south of Journal Square ... The square itself is at the intersection of two of the city's major thoroughfares, Montgomery Street (which runs from Downtown at Exchange Place to West Side), and Bergen ... Hudson Catholic Regional High School, the Jersey City Armory, the Jersey City YMCA, St ...
American Association (football) - American Association (1936-1941) - 1940
... Brooklyn, Danbury, and Union City dropped out in the offseason the Long Island Indians join the league for the 1940 season… and was promptly raided by members of the ... PF PA Jersey City Giants 1..667 46 ... Paterson Panthers 0..600 133 ... Wilmington Clippers 1..556 64 ... Newark Bears 1..500 121 ... Long Island Indians 1..500 123 ... Providence ... Semifinal games Jersey City 7, Newark 6 Wilmington 11, Paterson 8 Championship Jersey City 17, Wilmington 7 ...
Jersey City, Newark And Western Railway
... The Jersey City, Newark and Western Railway was incorporated on July 6, 1889 and acquired by the Lehigh Valley Railroad (LVRR) ... It started in Jersey City, New Jersey at a connection with the National Docks Railway in Communipaw east of the Central Railroad of New Jersey line, and extended westward on the bridge across ... The connection with the National Docks Railway was used to reach the LVRR terminal in Jersey City ...
St. George & St. Shenouda Coptic Orthodox Church (Jersey City, New Jersey) - History
... in the first century, have established a stronghold throughout New Jersey over the last several decades ... Mark’s in Jersey City, which was founded in 1970 by Egyptian immigrants, and the congregations have since grown in allowing 15 other parishes in New Jersey alone, including St ... Mark's Church in the same region of Jersey City ...
Lawrence Aloysius Whipple
... from John Marshall Law School, New Jersey (now Seton Hall University School of Law) in 1939 ... District Court for the District of New Jersey from 1949 to 1951 ... He was an Executive director, Jersey City Housing Authority, New Jersey in 1953 ...

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