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Newark New Jersey - History
http://www.newarknj.org/html/newark_history.html
Read about the history of one of the oldest cities in the United States, and the largest in New Jersey.

Go Newark
http://www.gonewark.com/
Comprehensive guide to news, culture, history, and leisure activities in and around Newark.

Virtual Newark NJ
http://www.virtualnewarknj.com
Virtual Newark features virtually everything about Newark.

The Newark Bears
http://www.newarkbears.com
Home page to Newark's first baseball team in nearly fifty years.

Newark New Jersey - City Facts
http://www.newarknj.org/html/city_facts.html
Features facts about everything from Newark's arts to restaurants.

Newark City Subway: History
http://www.nycsubway.org/us/newark/nwkhistory.html
An overview and history of the Newark City Subway.

The History of The Newark Sewer System
http://www.usgennet.org/usa/nj/state/EssexNewarkSewer.htm
Outlines the history of Newark 's sewer system, and its many different forms of construction.

Views of Newark, New Jersey
http://www.viewsof.com/newjersey/newark.html
Pictures of various locations in Newark.




Turner, Jean-Rae and Koles, Richard T. NEWARK, NJ (IMAGES OF AMERICA SERIES). Arcadia Publishing SC

Helmreich, William B. THE ENDURING COMMUNITY: THE JEWS OF NEWARK AND METROWEST. Transaction Publishers

Immerso, Michael NEWARK'S LITTLE ITALY: THE VANISHED FIRST WARD. Rutgers University Press

Stummer , Helen M. NO EASY WALK: NEWARK, 1980-1993. Temple University Press

Kukla, Barbara J. SWING CITY: NEWARK NIGHTLIFE, 1925-50. Rutgers University Press

HISTORY OF THE CITY OF NEWARK, 1664-1920. Higginson Book Company

Marcombe, David NEWARK'S RIVERSIDE HERITAGE: MILLGATE, A GUIDED WALK. International Specialized Book Services

Cunningham, John T. NEWARK. New Jersey Historical Society




New Jersey Performing Arts Center
http://www.njpac.org/
The New Jersey Performing Arts Center held its world premiere on October 18, 1997. The center features everything from opera to jazz, ballet to modern dance, classical ensembles to cutting-edge world music.

Newark Public Library
http://www.npl.org/
A guide to the library's collections, facilities, programs, and services.

The Newark Museum Online
http://www.newarkmuseum.org/

The New Jersey Historical Society
http://www.jerseyhistory.org/



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