كامدن، نيوجرزي

(تم التحويل من Camden, New Jersey)
كامدن، نيوجرزي
Camden, New Jersey
مدينة كامدن
قاعة مدينة كامدن
قاعة مدينة كامدن
الشعار الحادي: 
رأيت في الحلم المدينة التي لا تقهر[1]
خريطة موضح عليها موقع مدينة كامدن في مقاطعة كامدن، ولاية نيوجرزي.
خريطة موضح عليها موقع مدينة كامدن في مقاطعة كامدن، ولاية نيوجرزي.
خريطة مكتب التعداد لمدينة كامدن.
خريطة مكتب التعداد لمدينة كامدن.
الإحداثيات: 39°56′24″N 75°06′18″W / 39.94°N 75.105°W / 39.94; -75.105Coordinates: 39°56′24″N 75°06′18″W / 39.94°N 75.105°W / 39.94; -75.105
البلد الولايات المتحدة
الولاية نيوجرزي
المقاطعةكامدن
استوطنت1626
دُمجت13 فبراير 1828
الحكم[8]
 • النوعFaulkner Act (Mayor-Council)
 • العمدةدانا رد (تنتهي ولايتها في 31 أغسطس 2017)[4][5]
 • Administratorكرستين ت. ج. تكر [6]
 • Clerkلويس پاستوريزا[7]
المساحة[2]
 • الإجمالية10٫341 ميل² (26٫784 كم²)
 • البر8٫921 ميل² (23٫106 كم²)
 • الماء1٫420 ميل² (3٫677 كم²)  13.73%
ترتيب المساحةرقم 208 من 566 في الولاية
رقم 7 من 37 في المقاطعة[2]
الارتفاع[9]16 ft (5 m)
التعداد(تعداد 2010)[10][11][12][13]
 • الإجمالي77٬344
 • تقدير (2014)[14]77٬332
 • الترتيبرقم 12 من 566 في الولاية
رقم 1 من 37 في المقاطعة[15]
 • الكثافة8٬669٫6/sq mi (3٬347٫4/km2)
 • ترتيب الكثافةرقم 42 من 566 في الولاية
رقم 2 من 37 في المقاطعة[15]
منطقة التوقيتEastern (EST) (التوقيت العالمي المنسق-5)
 • الصيفيEastern (EDT) (UTC-4)
الرموز البريدية08100-08105[16][17]
مفتاح الهاتف856[18]
FIPS code3400710000[2][19][20]
GNIS feature ID0885177[2][21]
الموقع الإلكترونيci.camden.nj.us

كامدن Camden، هي مدينة بمقاطعة كامدن، نيوجرزي، الولايات المتحدة. وهي مجلس مقاطعة،[22][23] يقع عبر نهر ديلاوير من فيلادلفيا. في تعداد الولايات المتحدة 2010، كان إجمالي تعداد سكان المدينة 77.344 نسمة،[10][12][13] مظهراً انخفاضاً بمقدار 2.560 نسمة (3.2%) عن 79.907 في تعداد 2000، والذي انخفض بدوره بمقدار 7.588 نسمة (8.7%) من 87.492 نسمة في تعداد 1999.[24] كانت كامدن هي البلدية الثانية عشر الأكثر اكتظاظاً بالسكان في الولاية في 2010 بعد أن كانت تحتل الترتيب العاشر عام 2000.[11]

دُمجت كامدن كمدينة في 13 فبراير 1828، من مناطق بلدية نيوتاون السابقة، بينما لا تزال المنطقة جزءاً من گلوستر. في 13 مارس 1844، أصبحت كامدن جزءاً من مقاطعة كامدن حديثة التأسيس.[25]

تم سجن ثلاث من عمدة كامدن بتهمة الفساد، وآخرهم مليتون ميلان عام 2000.[26] من 2005 حتى 2012، أصبحت نظام المدارس وادارة الشرطة تحت ادارة ولاية نيوجرزي.

أنفقت المدارس الحكومية بكامدن 23.770 دولار لكل طالب في العام الدراسي 2009-2010[27] في 2012، انخفض معدل التخرج بالمدينة إلى 49%، والذي ينخفض بشكل كبير عنه معدل التخرج بالولاية، 86%,،[28] والمتوسط الوطني 93%.[29]

تمتلك كامدن أعلى معدل جريمة بالولايات المتحدة في عام 2012، حيث تقع 2.566 جريمة عنف لكل 100.000 شخص،[30] والتي تزيد بمقدار 6.6 ضعف عن المتوسط الوطني البالغ 387 جريمة عنف لكل 100.000 مواطن.[31]

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التاريخ

التاريخ المبكر

القرن 19

ملاحظات من زيارة فرانكلين روزڤلت عام 1944.


التاريخ الصناعي

النصف الثاني من القرن 20

The station for the RiverLINE (which opened in 2004) at the Walter Rand Transportation Center in central Camden is located where the RiverLINE intersects with the PATCO High Speed Line and 19 New Jersey Transit bus lines. Cooper University Hospital is visible in the background.


الجغرافيا

الضواحي


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الميناء

الديموغرافيا

التعداد التاريخي
التعداد Pop.
18403٬371
18509٬479181٫2%
186014٬35851٫5%
187020٬04539٫6%
188041٬659107٫8%
189058٬31340�0%
190075٬93530٫2%
191094٬53824٫5%
1920116٬30923�0%
1930118٬7002٫1%
1940117٬536−1�0%
1950124٬5556�0%
1960117٬159−5٫9%
1970102٬551−12٫5%
198084٬910−17٫2%
199087٬4923�0%
200079٬318−9٫3%
201077٬344−2٫5%
تقدير 201477٬332[14][32]0�0%
Population sources: 1840-2000[33][34]
1840-1920[35] 1840[36] 1850-1870[37]
1850[38] 1870[39] 1880-1890[40]
1890-1910[41] 1840-1930[42]
1930-1990[43] 2000[44][45][46] 2010[10][11][12][13]


تعداد 2010

في تعداد الولايات المتحدة 2010 كان هناك 77٬344 شخص 24٬475 أسرة و16٬912 أسرة تقيم في city. كانت الكثافة السكانية 8,669.6 نسمة لكل ميل مربعs (3,347.4/كم2). كان هناك 28٬358 وحدة سكنية في المناطق متوسط كثافتها السكانية 3,178.7 لكل ميل مربع (1,227.3/كم2)*. كانت التركيبة العرقية city 17.59% (13٬602) من البيض، 48.07% (37٬180) من الأفارقة الأمريكان، 0.76% (588) من الأمريكان الأصليين، 2.12% (1٬637) من الآسيويين، 0.06% (48) من سكان جزر الهادي، 27.57% (21٬323) من عرقيات أخرى، و3.83% (2٬966) من عرقين أو أكثر. الهسپان واللاتينيين من أي عرقية أخرى كانوا 47.04% (36٬379) من تعداد السكان.[10]

كان هناك 24٬475 أسرة، منهم 37.9% لديهم أطفال أقل من 18 سنة يعيشون معهم، 22.3% متزوجين يعيشون معاً، 37.9% سيدات يعلن الأسرة وزوجن غائب، و30.9% منهم غير عائلات. 24.8% من إجمالي الأسر يتكونون من أفراد و7.4% عبارة عن أشخاص يعيشون بمفردههم يتجاوز سنهم 65 أو أكثر. كان متوسط حجم الأسرة 3.02 ومتوسط حجم العائلة 3.56.[10]

فيما يخص الفئة العمرية لسكان البلدة، كان هناك city، 31.0% تحت 18 سنة 13.1% من 18 - 24، 28.0% من 25 - 44، 20.3% من 45 - 64، و7.6% ي سن 65 أو أكبر. متوسط عمر السكان 28.5 سنة. لكل إناث كان هناك 94.7 ذكر. لكل 100 أنثى في سن 18 سنة أو أكثر هناك 91.0 ذكر.[10]


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تعداد 2000

الاقتصاد

مدخل المقر الرئيسي لشركة كامپل سوپ في كامدن.

أكبر أرباب العمل

منطقة المشاريع الحضرية

اعادة التنمية

تعاني كامدن من البطالة، التراجع الحضري، الفقر، والكثير من المشكلات الاجتماعية.


الحكومة

مبنى المحكمة الفدرالية في كامدن.

الحكومة المحلية

قاعة مدينة كامدن أُفتتحت عام 1931.


التمثيل الفدرالية، الولائي، وعلى مستوى المقاطعة

الفساد السياسي

السياسة

النقل

الطرق والطرق السريعة

النقل العام

The River Line (New Jersey Transit) at Walter Rand - a light rail system connecting Camden to Trenton.


المطافي

الواجهة البحرية

منظر لواجهة كامدن البحرية من فيلادلفيا (2005).


التعليم

المدارس الحكومية

التعليم الخاص

التعليم العالي

منظر لجامعة روتجرز-كامدن ويظهر أفق فيلادلفيا في الخلفية في الخريف.

المكتبات

الرياضة

النادي الرياضة الاتحاد الملعب الشعار
Camden Riversharks بيسبول Atlantic League of Professional Baseball Campbell's Field Camden Riversharks (logo).jpg

الجريمة

كامدن
Crime rates (2009)
Crime type Rate*
Homicide:34
Robbery:766
Aggravated assault:1,020
إجمالي جرائم العنف:1,880
Burglary:1,035
Larceny-theft:2,251
Motor vehicle theft:649
Arson:137
إجمالي جرائم الممتلكات:3,935
الهوامش
* عدد الجرائم المبلغ عنها لكل 100,000 نسمة.
2009 population: 78,980
المصدر: 2009 FBI UCR Data



المعالم الرئيسية

مشاهير المدينة

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Pennsauken Township
Bordering communities
of Philadelphia
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