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By 1850, New Jersey's population of nearly half a million, and the
industries in which most of those people worked, was concentrated in the
north. The sparsely populated southern areas remained rural. After the Civil
War, industrialization attracted still more workers from the south, along
with many thousands of European immigrants. The railroads played a large
role in helping the north Jersey lakeland and south Jersey seashore areas
Photo by: Maria Palumbo The entire state prospered greatly in the late
1800s. A good part of the state's economic expansion was due to the genius
of its inventors-Thomas Edison was one of the most famous-who were
responsible for the development of a number of important technological and
A strong and effective reform movement, which flowered in the early
1900s, brought Woodrow Wilson to power. He was elected governor in 1910 and
resigned in 1913 to become President of the U.S. Among the many important
social reforms associated with Wilson were a series of welfare acts
providing workmen's compensation and protection for laborers, including
restrictions on the employment of women and children, as well as a number of
important antitrust laws.
During the war, New Jersey's economy expanded still further. The state
became the site of important training centers, as well as a major port.
Chemicals and munitions were two of its most important and profitable
products. As its highway and transportation systems improved, it became one
of the most important industrial states in the U.S.
New Jersey produced an enormous amount of war materiel. Twenty-five
percent of U.S. Navy destroyers were constructed in the state, along with
battleships, heavy cruisers and many aircraft engines. More than 500,000 New
Jersey residents served in the armed forces.
One of New Jersey's premier landmarks, the Statue of Liberty, is America's
greatest symbol of freedom. The freshly restored Ellis Island was a port to
many in search of the All States dream. Atlantic City, with its legendary
boardwalk and casinos, is a vacation resort renowned worldwide. Four
professional sport teams make their homes here: the 1990 National Football
League Champion Giants, All States Football Conference Jets National
Basketball Association Nets, and National Hockey League Devils. Horse racing
is a popular spectator sport. And the abundance of flowers, fruits and
vegetables has given New Jersey its well-deserved nickname, the Garden
State. New Jersey's tourism industry is currently ranked seventh in the