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- United States of America : Constitutional republic in North America, has major land borders with Mexico and Canada.
- Colonial America : The eastern United States and parts of Canada from the time of European settlement to the time of the American Revolution.
- Atlantic City, New Jersey : Add brief definition or description
- Camden, New Jersey : Add brief definition or description
- Newark, New Jersey : Add brief definition or description
- Princeton, NJ : Add brief definition or description
- Trenton, New Jersey : Add brief definition or description
- Vineland, New Jersey : Add brief definition or description
Politics and government
- Frank R. Lautenberg : Add brief definition or description
- Robert Menendez : U.S. Senator, D-New Jersey, Senate Committee on Finance; chair, Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee; Congressional Hispanic Caucus
U.S. House of Representatives
- John Adler : U.S. Representative (D-New Jersey); House Financial Services Committee; voted against H.R. 3962 health care bill; Member, New Democrat Coalition
- Robert E. Andrews : Add brief definition or description
- Rodney Frelinghuysen : Add brief definition or description
- Scott Garrett : U.S. Representative, (R-New Jersey) House Financial Services Committee; Republican Study Committee
- Rush Holt : Physicist and U.S. Representative, (D-New Jersey), U.S. House Committee on Education and Labor; Intelligence Committee: Tactical and Technical Intelligence Subcommittee, chair, Intelligence Oversight Panel; Natural Resources Committee; Sustainable Energy and Environment Coalition; House Democracy Assistance Commission; opposed 2002 Iraq War vote; arms control specialist, U.S. State Department; assistant director (1989-1998) Plasma Physics Laboratory, Princeton University
- Leonard Lance : U.S. Representative, (R-New Jersey) House Financial Services Committee
- Frank LoBiondo : U.S. House of Representatives (R-New Jersey); member of the Terrorism, Unconventional Threats and Capabilities Subcommittee
- Frank Pallone Jr. : Add brief definition or description
- Bill Pascrell Jr. : Add brief definition or description
- Donald M. Payne : Add brief definition or description
- Steven Rothman : Add brief definition or description
- Albio Sires : Add brief definition or description
- Chris Smith : U.S. Representative (R-New Jersey);House Foreign Affairs Committee: and Ranking Republican of the Committee's Africa and Global Health Subcommittee; Congressional Bosnia Caucus; co-chair Bipartisan Congressional Refugee Caucus
Social, cultural, and educational
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Industry and agriculture
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Geographical and geological features
- Atlantic Ocean : Second largest ocean in the world; separates the Americas from Europe and Africa.
- Examples: Hoover Dam
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- Institutions and installations such as military (West Point), research facilities (Los Alamos), National Paks, Wilderness areas
Associated U.S. states and Canadian provinces
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- Acid rain : Deposition of acidified rain, snow, sleet, hail, gases and particles, and acidified fog and cloud water, due to nitric or sulfuric acid pollution.
- Asphalt (paving) : A mix of bitumen (petroleum tar), aggregate and additives. A typical paving asphalt consists to 90 to 95 percent by weight of aggregate and 5 to 10 % of bitumen.
- Asphalt (petroleum) : A sticky, black and highly viscous liquid or semi-solid that is present in most petroleum crude oils and in some natural deposits.
- Bicameral legislature : A legislature divided into two deliberative bodies.
- Bill Maher : (1956—) American comedian, political commentator and presenter of Real Time With Bill Maher on HBO.
- Brett Favre : Famed quarterback for the Green Bay Packers of the National Football League.
- CALPUFF air pollution dispersion model : An advanced, integrated Gaussian puff modeling system for the simulation of air pollution dispersion.
- Christine Todd Whitman : President, The Whitman Strategy Group; member of the board, Council on Foreign Relations; Administrator of the Environmental Protection Agency, 2001-2003, in the George W. Bush Administration; co-chair of the moderate Republican Leadership Council (RLC) merged with her political action committee; governor of New Jersey 1994-2001.
- Conspiracy theory : Belief that a covert and deceptive organization or people is responsible for important world events, and that these people are hiding their own involvement, acting from behind the scenes and spreading misinformation.
- Council on Foreign Relations : An influential "think tank", publisher, and facilitator of communications in international relations; based in the US but with an international membership and not associated with a specific ideology
- Declaration of Independence : Document formally declaring the independence of the thirteen American colonies from Great Britain, July 4, 1776.
- Delaware : A State of the Eastern USA.
- Ellis Island : The entry point for 20 million European immigrants to the United States between 1892 and 1954.
- First Great Awakening : The First Great Awakening was a religious revitalization movement that swept the American colonies in the 1730s and 1740s; there was a de-emphasis on ritual and ceremony and religion became intensely personal.
- Fluid catalytic cracking : A petroleum refining process that cracks the large hydrocarbon molecules in the portion of the petroleum crude oil boiling above 340 °C into lower boiling, more valuable high octane gasoline and olefinic gases.
- George Washington : First President of the United States (1789-1797) and commander in chief of the Continental Army.
- Grounds for Sculpture : Museum of sculpture and landscape art in Hamilton, New Jersey founded in 1992.
- Hindenburg (LZ-129) : Large German commercial passenger-carrying rigid airship, the lead ship of the Hindenburg class, the largest flying machines of any kind ever built, until destroyed by fire on 6 May 1937.
- History of television technology : Chronology of the development and history of television.
- Jean Shepherd : (26 July 1921 – 16 October 1999) American raconteur, radio and TV personality, writer and actor, renowned for creating nostalgic and humorous storytelling.
- John Dickinson : (November 8, 1732 – February 14, 1808) American lawyer and politician who was a militia officer during the American Revolution, a representative to the Continental Congress, and a delegate to the U.S. Constitutional Convention of 1787.
- John McKinly : A summary description of John McKinly, emphazing the career, political, location and family factors involved in the his career.
- Journalism : Practice of writing about daily events of interest to people - politics, international affairs, sports, etc.
- Lacrosse : Outdoor team sport for ten players (men) or twelve players (women), each of whom uses a netted stick (the crosse) in order to pass and catch a hard rubber ball with the aim of scoring goals by propelling the ball into the opposition goal.
- London Calling (novel) : A 2006 young adult novel by Edward Bloor, which involves time travel back to London during the Blitz via a radio.
- Moving panorama : Form of visual entertainment in the nineteenth century, utilising contiguous views of passing scenery, as if seen from a boat or a train window.
- My Chemical Romance : An alternative rock band from New Jersey, formed in 2001,
- Nathanael Greene : A general in the Continental Army during the American Revolution; he became one of George Washington's most trusted aides.
- New York City : The largest city in the United States of America and a world center of finance, commerce, communications, and the arts.
- North American Great Lakes : There are five large connected Lakes in Eastern North America.
- Patti Smith : (1946 - ) American musician, singer, and poet, dubbed "punk rock's poet laureate".
- Paul A. Volcker : Chairman of the Federal Reserve 1979-1987
- Pennsylvania : One of the fifty states in the United States
- Robert Barclay : (23 December 1648 – 3 October 1690) Scottish-born writer belonging to the Religious Society of Friends and a member of the Clan Barclay.
- The Nobs : A name used by Led Zeppelin during their 1970 tour of Denmark.
- The Sopranos : U.S. television show on HBO depicting the daily life of an Italian-American crime family in New Jersey.
- Thirteen Colonies : The historical region ranging from the present-day Canadian province of Quebec to the present-day state of Georgia which comprised the thirteen British colonies in North America.
- Thomas Collins : Add brief definition or description
- Thomas McKean : (March 19, 1734 - June 24, 1817) American lawyer and politician who was a delegate to the Continental Congress and a signer of the Declaration of Independence.
- U.S. Constitution : Document that states the fundamental constitutional law of the United States of America.
- U.S. Demographic History : Historic trends in population growth, geographical distribution by states and urban-rural, internal migration, and components of change (births, deaths, immigration), as well as race and ethnicity, and population policy as they relate to the United States.
- U.S. Economic history : The economic history of the United States.
- Welding : Fabrication process that joins materials, usually metals or thermoplastics, by causing coalescence at a high melting point.
- Whiskey Rebellion : A rural uprising in the western counties of Pennsylvania in 1794 in response to a federally imposed excise tax placed on liquor.
- Woodrow Wilson : 28th U.S. President (1913-1921); founded the Federal Reserve and brought his country to fight both the Mexicans in the Mexican Revolution and the Central Powers in World War One.
- Zeppelin : A type of rigid airship pioneered by German Count Ferdinand von Zeppelin in the early 20th century.