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NewarkPublic PublicSchool School Newark

Site Siteanalysis analysis

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Section B Section B

Orange St.

Orange St.

Broad St.

NJPAC

Broad St.

been abandoned

2006

the New Jersey Transit Broad Street Station

Washington Park NJPAC

Washington Park

NJPAC Extension Washington St.

Extension

Military Park

East Side High School is opened, Newarks second high school

Construction began on the Newark City Subway in the bed of the old Morris Canal

East1882 Side High School is Wilson Avenuesecond School opened, Newarks erected high school

1848

1882 Lafayette Street School

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St. Stephen's Church

Fine example of ethnic succession. Founded by a German evangelical congregation made up of carpenters

71,941

1860

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152,988

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1874

366,72

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Fine example of ethnic succession. Founded by a German evangelical congregation made up of carpenters

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1836

Construction of the Morris Canal Begins

Riverbank Park is one of the heaviest used parks in Essex County

A school System for the Poor children is established

Newark

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St. Stephen's Church

Represents the waves of immigration that have swept over Newark. Built by German immigrants

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Went down in history as one of the nation’s most notorious long, hot summer

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275,000 1885 1874

Immaculate Heart of Mary

Represents the waves of immigration that have swept over Newark. Built by German immigrants

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Section D

152,988

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The Rail Road was constructedindefined the shape of the Ironbound district

8,008

1810 1666

New Englanders founded Newark

71,941

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Section D

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Lafayette Street School oldest school in Newark

Section C

Liberty International Airport was built. It was the biggest airport in the world untill Laguardia opened in 1939

275,000

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1848 The Rail Road was constructedindefined the shape of the Ironbound district

Section C

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1860

oldest school in Newark Wilson Avenue School erected

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Liberty International Airport was built. It was the biggest airport in the world untill Laguardia opened in 1939

1929

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Military Park

St at io n

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Washington St.

1930

Construction began on the Newark City Subway in the bed of the old Morris Canal

Section A

Norfolk St.

2006

70 years after its opening, the Norfolk St. Newark City Subway now 70 years after its opening, the renamed "Newark Light Rail" was Warren St. Newarkfrom City Penn Subway nowto extended Station therenamed New Jersey TransitLight BroadRail" was Warren St. "Newark Street Stationfrom Penn Station to extended

a right-of-way for streetcars

1911

Section A

Riverfront Stadium

1927

The Newark portion ofThe theNewark canal was portion authorized to become of the canal was a right-of-way for authorized to become streetcars

been abandoned Morris Canal had

NJPAC

Riverfront Stadium

1927

Morris Canal had 1924

Newark Liberty Airport

St at io n

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2009

Newark Liberty Airport 2009

458,000

uis Ortiz

Newark Public School

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15 1910 Nationalities

8,008

Population / Historical Dates

1810

1666

New Englanders founded Newark

1967

A six day riots resulted in 26 deaths, over 1000 injries and $10 Million in damages. Newark's progress since 1967 has been questionableand the poverty rate was 18.4%.

1820

1836

The Newark Liberty International Airport was built. It was the biggest airport in the worl untill Laguardia opened in 1939. Light Rail construction begins, it was built in the bed of the old Morris Canal, and roughly coincided with the rise of the Pennsylvania Railroad's new Penn Station.

Construction of the Morris Canal Begins

1930

By this time approximately 200 miles of sewers were built, almost double the amount already in existence, marking the city’s greatest era of sewer construction. Riverbank Park was built. Rugers University Campus established.

A school System for the Poor children is established

1945

The construction of interstate highways that split the city’s neighborhoods, and made more harm than good to the city. By this time population of Newark has approximately reached 440,000.

1910

Newark

1910

1967

Riverbank Park is one of the heaviest used parks in Essex County

The population declined to about 275,000; the city addressed the long-neglected issue of affordable housing.

1990

Went down in history as one of the nation’s most notorious long, hot summer

2nd

1910 Nationalities

Population / Historical Dates

The city resolves that provision be made at once for the removal of the bodies buried in the Old Burying Ground to some suitable location. Branford Place crosses the area that once was the burying ground between Broad and Washington and Market and William. The Hebrew Orphan Asylum is opened at 232 Mulberry Street. The Newark District Telegraph Co is established.

1967 1885

The Newark Liberty International Airport The United States Hospital for wounded soldiers is opened at was built. It was the foot of Centre Street. the biggest airport in the worl untill Laguardia opened in The First Brigade leaves 1939.for Washington. Steam fire engines are introduced.

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Light Rail construction begins, it was built in the bed of the old Morris Canal, and roughly coincided with the rise of the Pennsylvania Railroad's new Penn Station.

1945 1840 1836

By this time approximately 200 miles of sewers were built, almost double the amount already in existence, marking the city’s greatest era of sewer construction. Riverbank Park was built. Construction of the Morris Canal has begun. water runs from Rugers University Campus established. Jersey City to Phillipsburg bringing fresh water into the city.

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Newark Oficially Recieves a City Status. A school system for the poor children is established. A great fire consumes almost the entire block on the south side of Market Street, east of Broad, breaking out in a German boarding house. declined to about 275,000; the city addressed the The population

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1990

long-neglected issue of affordable housing.

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The Railroad was constructed from the west bank of Hudson River jersey City -Manhattan ferry to New Brunswick. A flourishing shipping business resulted, and Newark became the area's industrial center.

The city resolves that provision be made at once for the removal of the bodies buried in the Old Burying Ground to some suitable location. Branford Place crosses the area that once was the burying ground between Broad and Washington and Market and William. The Hebrew Orphan Asylum is opened at 232 Mulberry Street. The Newark District Telegraph Co is established.

The United States Hospital for wounded soldiers is opened at the foot of Centre Street. The First Brigade leaves for Washington. Steam fire engines are introduced.

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The construction of interstate highways that split the city’s neighborhoods, and made more harm than goodreappears to the city. Smallpox . The Museum is burned down. Mount Pleasant Cemetary is incorporated. By this time population of Newark has approximately reached 440,000.

1910 1810

It was considered a technical marvel because of its extensive use of inclined planes to overcome the large elevation changes.

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Cholera claims 148 lives. Present schol system is established.

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1930

By this time population of Newark has reached 8,006. 95% of the population was engaged in some sort of leather industry.

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A six day riots resulted in 26 deaths, over 1000 injries and $10 Million in damages. Newark's progress since 1967 has been questionableand the poverty rate was 18.4%.

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Cholera claims 148 lives. Present schol system is established.

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Smallpox reappears . The Museum is burned down. Mount Pleasant Cemetary is incorporated.

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By this time population of Newark has reached 8,006. 95% of the population was engaged in some sort of leather industry. 1810

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Construction of the Morris Canal has begun. water runs from Jersey City to Phillipsburg bringing fresh water into the city. It was considered a technical marvel because of its extensive use of inclined planes to overcome the large elevation changes.

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Newark Oficially Recieves a City Status. A school system for the poor children is established. A great fire consumes almost the entire block on the south side of Market Street, east of Broad, breaking out in a German boarding house.

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