وسط مدينة ترنتون على نهر ديلاوير
|الكنية: مدينة الكاپيتول، نقطة تحول الثورة.|
|الشعار الحادي: "ترنتون تصنع، العالم يأخذ"|
موقع مدينة ترنتون في مقاطعة مرسر، ولاية نيوجرزي.
خريطة مكتب التعداد لترنتون، نيوجرزي
|دُمجت||13 نوفمبر 1792|
|• النوع||Faulkner Act (Mayor-Council)|
|• العمدة||إريك جاكسون (تنتهي ولايته في 30 يونيو، 2018)|
|• Administrator||سام هتشينسون |
|• clerk||ريتشارد كتشمار |
|• الإجمالية||8٫155 ميل² (21٫122 كم²)|
|• البر||7٫648 ميل² (19٫809 كم²)|
|• الماء||0٫507 ميل² (1٫313 كم²) 6.21%|
|ترتيب المساحة||رقم 228 من 565 في الولاية
رقم 9 من 12 في المقاطعة
|الارتفاع||49 ft (15 m)|
|• تقدير (2014)||84٬034|
|• الترتيب||رقم 10 من 565 في الولاية
رقم 2 من 12 في المقاطعة
|• الكثافة||11٬101٫9/sq mi (4٬286٫5/km2)|
|• ترتيب الكثافة||رقم 26 من 565 في الولاية
رقم 1 من 12 في المقاطعة
|منطقة التوقيت||Eastern (EST) (التوقيت العالمي المنسق-5)|
|• Summer (التوقيت الصيفي)||Eastern (EDT) (UTC-4)|
|الرموز البريدية||08608-08611, 08618-08620, 08625, 08628, 08629, 08638|
|GNIS feature ID||0885421|
ترنتون Trenton، هي مدينة عاصمة بولاية نيوجرزي الأمريكية ومقعد مقاطعة مرسر، فضلاً عن أنها كانت لفترة وجيزة عاصمة للولايات المتحدة الأمريكية. قام مكتب التعداد الأمريكي بمض المنطقة الكبرى للمدينة مع منطقة نيويورك الكبرى، لكنه الحدود المباشرة لمنطقة فيلادلفيا الكبرى تعتبر جزءاً من منطقة السوق المخصصة لفيلادلفيا حسب لجنة الاتصالات الفدرالية. في تعداد الولايات المتحدة 2010، كان عدد سكان ترنتون 84.913 نسمة، مما يجعلها عاشر أكبر بلدية بالولاية. حسب تقديرات مكتب التعداد في 2014 كان عدد سكان المدينة 84.034 نسمة.
يرجع تاريخ ترنتون على أقل تقدير إلى 3 يونيو 1719، عندما وردت إشارة إلى تعيين شرطي في ترنتو،، وقت أن كانت المنطقة لا تزال جزءاً مقاطعة هنتردون. تم تسجيل حدود بلدية ترنتون في 2 مارس 1729، تم تأسيس المحكمة والسجن في ترنتون حوالي عام 1720 وكان الملاك الأحرار لمقاطعة هنتردون يلتقون سنوياً في ترنتون. أصبحت ترنتون عاصمة نيوجرزي في 25 نوفمبر 1790، وتشكلت مدينة ترنتون ضمن بلدية ترنتون في 13 نوفمبر 1792. دُمجت بلدية ترنتون كواحدة من المجموعة الأولى بنيوجرزي والتي تضمن 104 بلدية بموجب قانون المجلس التشريعي بنيوجرزي في 21 فبراير 1798. في 22 فبراير 1834، أُخذت أجزاء من بلدية ترنتون لتشكيل بلدية إوينگ. الأجزاء المتبقية من بلدية ترنتون ضمتها مدينة ترنتون في 10 أبريل 1837. على مدار 50 عام حدثت سلسلة من عمليات الضم، حيث أصبحت المدينة ضمن بلدة ساوث ترنتون (14 أبريل 1851)، وضمن بلدية تشمبرزبورگ وبلدية ميلام (في 30 مارس1888)، وكذلك ضمن بلدية ويببور (28 فبراير 1898).
- 1 التاريخ
- 2 الجغرافيا
- 3 الديموغرافيا
- 4 الاقتصاد
- 5 الفنون والثقافة
- 6 الرياضة
- 7 المنتزهات والترفيه
- 8 الحكومة
- 9 المطافي
- 10 التعليم
- 11 الجريمة
- 12 النقل
- 13 الإعلام
- 14 المعالم الرئيسية
- 15 مشاهير المدينة
- 16 المصادر
- 17 وصلات خارجية
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ضواحي مدينة ترنتون تشمل:
- داونتاون ترنتون
- إيست ترنتون
- Western Trenton (not the same as وست ترنتون، والتي تقع خارج الحدود المناخية)
- ساوث ترنتون
- نورث ترنتون
|بيانات مناخ ترنتون، نيوجرزي (1981−2010)|
|العظمى القياسية °ف (°س)||73
|العظمى المتوسطة °ف (°س)||39.0
|المتوسط اليومي °ف (°س)||31.1
|الصغرى المتوسطة °ف (°س)||23.2
|الصغرى القياسية °ف (°س)||−13
|هطول inches (mm)||3.16
|Source: NOAA (sun 1961−1981)|
|Population sources: 1790-1920
1840 1850-1870 1850
1870 1880-1890 1910-1930
1930-1990 2000 2010
* = Territory change in previous decade.
في تعداد الولايات المتحدة 2010 كان هناك 84٬913 شخص 28٬578 أسرة و17٬747 أسرة تقيم في city. كانت الكثافة السكانية 11,101.9 inhabitants per square mile (4,286.5/km2). كان هناك 33٬035 وحدة سكنية في المناطق متوسط كثافتها السكانية خطأ لوا في وحدة:Convert على السطر 272: attempt to index local 'cat' (a nil value).. كانت التركيبة العرقية city 26.56% (22٬549) من البيض، 52.01% (44٬160) من الأفارقة الأمريكان، 0.70% (598) من الأمريكان الأصليين، 1.19% (1٬013) من الآسيويين، 0.13% (110) من سكان جزر الهادي، 15.31% (13٬003) من عرقيات أخرى، و4.10% (3٬480) من عرقين أو أكثر. الهسپان واللاتينيين من أي عرقية أخرى كانوا 33.71% (28٬621) من تعداد السكان.
كان هناك 28٬578 أسرة، منهم 32.0% لديهم أطفال أقل من 18 سنة يعيشون معهم، 25.1% متزوجين يعيشون معاً، 28.1% سيدات يعلن الأسرة وزوجن غائب، و37.9% منهم غير عائلات. 30.8% من إجمالي الأسر يتكونون من أفراد و9.1% عبارة عن أشخاص يعيشون بمفردههم يتجاوز سنهم 65 أو أكثر. كان متوسط حجم الأسرة 2.79 ومتوسط حجم العائلة 3.40.
فيما يخص الفئة العمرية لسكان البلدة، كان هناك city، 25.1% تحت 18 سنة 11.0% من 18 - 24، 32.5% من 25 - 44، 22.6% من 45 - 64، و8.8% ي سن 65 أو أكبر. متوسط عمر السكان 32.6 سنة. لكل إناث كان هناك 106.5 ذكر. لكل 100 أنثى في سن 18 سنة أو أكثر هناك 107.2 ذكر.
منطقة المشاريع الحضرية
|Trenton Thunder||EL، بيسبول||Arm & Hammer Park||New York Yankees||1994||3|
|Trenton Freedom||PIFL، كرة قدم||Sun National Bank Center||[N/A]||2013||0|
سجن ولاية نيوجرزي
الطرق والطرق السريعة
- انظر أيضا تصنيف: أشخاص من ترنتون، نيوجرزي
- تشارلز كونراد أبوت (1843–1919)، عالم آثار وطبيعة.
- Peter Abrams, artist specializing in works created from recycled materials as part of the Trenton Atelier.
- Jean Acker (1893-1978), film actress who was the estranged wife of silent film star Rudolph Valentino.
- Samuel Alito (born 1950), Associate Justice of the U.S. Supreme Court.
- Orfeo Angelucci (1912-1993), contactee who claimed to be in ongoing contact with extraterrestrial beings.
- George Antheil (1900–1959), pianist, composer, writer and inventor.
- Henry W. Antheil, Jr. (1912–1940), diplomatic code clerk, honored for service to United States.
- Samuel John Atlee (1739-1786), soldier and statesman who was a delegate to the Continental Congress for Pennsylvania.
- Terrance Bailey (born 1965), former basketball player who led NCAA Division I in scoring playing for Wagner College in 1985–86.
- Hodgy Beats (born 1990 as Gerard Damien Long), member of the Los Angeles hip-hop collective Odd Future.
- Bo Belinsky (1936–2001), professional baseball player.
- Elvin Bethea (born 1946), Pro Football Hall of Fame defensive end who played his entire NFL career with the Houston Oilers.
- John T. Bird (1829–1911), represented New Jersey's 3rd congressional district (1869–1873).
- James Bishop (1816–1895), represented الدائرة الانتخابية الثالثة in the U.S. House of Representatives (1855–1857).
- Edward Bloor (born 1950), novelist.
- Edward Marshall Boehm (1913-1969), sculptor and his wife Helen Boehm (1920-2010), who promoted his works.
- Steve Braun (born 1948), professional baseball player.
- Edward Y. Breese (1912-1979) was a popular fiction writer.
- J. Hart Brewer (1844–1900), represented New Jersey's 2nd congressional district (1881–1885).
- Tal Brody (born 1943), Euroleague basketball shooting guard, drafted # 12 in the NBA draft.
- Betty Bronson (1907–1971), actress.
- John Brooks (1920-1993), writer and longtime contributor to The New Yorker magazine.
- Antron Brown (born c. 1976), drag racer who became the sport's first African American champion when he won the 2012 Top Fuel National Hot Rod Association championship.
- Michele Brown, CEO of the New Jersey Economic Development Authority.
- James Buchanan (1839–1900), represented New Jersey's 2nd congressional district from 1885 to 1893.
- Robert J. Burkhardt (1916-1999), politician who served as Secretary of State of New Jersey and chairman of the New Jersey Democratic State Committee.
- Jude Burkhauser (1947-1998), artist, museum curator and researcher.
- John Lambert Cadwalader (1836–1914), lawyer who was a name partner of Cadwalader, Wickersham & Taft.
- Lambert Cadwalader (1742-1823), merchant who fought in the Revolutionary War, then represented New Jersey in the Continental Congress and the United States House of Representatives.
- Thomas Cadwalader (1707–1779), physician and namesake of Cadwalader Park.
- Wally Campbell (1926-1954), stock car, midget, and sprint car racer who was the 1951 NASCAR Modified champion.
- Carman (born 1956), contemporary Christian music singer.
- Shawn Corey Carter (born 1969, a.k.a. Jay-Z), rap mogul, CEO.
- George Case (1915–1989), outfielder who played for the Washington Senators.
- Terrance Cauthen (born 1976), lightweight boxer who won a bronze medal at the 1996 Summer Olympics.
- Charles Chapman (1950-2011), jazz guitarist.
- Aneesh Chopra (born 1972), served as the first Chief Technology Officer of the United States.
- Donald Cogsville former soccer player who earned six caps with the U.S. national team who is CEO of a real estate investment firm.
- Richie Cole (born 1948), jazz alto saxophonist.
- Johnny Coles (1926-1997), jazz trumpeter.
- Martin Connor, former member of the New York State Senate.
- Gwynneth Coogan (born 1965), former Olympic athlete, educator and mathematician.
- Hollis Copeland (born 1955), former professional basketball player who played for the New York Knicks.
- Frank William Crilley (1883-1947), United States Navy diver and a recipient of the Medal of Honor.
- Richard Crooks (1900–1972), tenor at the New York Metropolitan Opera.
- Willard S. Curtin (1905-1996), member of the United States House of Representatives from Pennsylvania.
- Bernard Cywinski (1940-2011), architect who designed the Liberty Bell Center at Independence National Historical Park.
- Sarah Dash (born 1944), singer, formerly of glam rock group, Labelle.
- William Lewis Dayton, Jr. (1839-1897), United States Ambassador to the Netherlands.
- Harry Deane (1846-1925), early professional baseball player.
- Wayne DeAngelo (born 1965), politician who has served in the New Jersey General Assembly since 2008, where he represents the 14th Legislative District.
- Philemon Dickinson (1739-1809), lawyer and politician who served as a brigadier general of the New Jersey militia, as a Continental Congressman from Delaware and a United States Senator from New Jersey.
- J.J. Dillon (born 1945), former professional wrestler.
- David Dinkins (born 1927), first black mayor of New York City.
- George Washington Doane (1799-1859), churchman, educator (founder of Doane Academy) and bishop in the Episcopal Church for the Diocese of New Jersey.
- Dan Donigan (born 1967), former professional soccer player.
- Frederick W. Donnelly (1866-1935), politician who served as Mayor of Trenton from 1911 until 1932.
- Richard Grant Augustus Donnelly (1841-1905), politician who served as Mayor of Trenton from 1884 to 1886.
- Ruth Donnelly (1896-1982), stage and film actress.
- Al Downing (born 1941), professional baseball player.
- Harrington Emerson (1853–1931), efficiency engineer and business theorist.
- Samuel Gibbs French (1818–1910), Major General in the Confederate States Army.
- Dave Gallagher (born 1960), professional baseball player.
- Greg Grant (born 1966), NBA basketball player.
- Roxanne Hart (born 1952), actress who appeared in the film Highlander and on television in Chicago Hope.
- Nona Hendryx (born 1944), singer formerly of glam rock group Labelle.
- Roy Hinson (born 1961), professional basketball player.
- Charles R. Howell (1904–1973), represented الدائرة الانتخابية الرابعة in the U.S. House of Representatives (1949–55).
- Elijah C. Hutchinson (1855–1932), represented الدائرة الانتخابية الرابعة (1915–1923).
- William J. Johnston (1918–1990), Medal of Honor recipient for gallantry during الحرب العالمية الثانية.
- Dahntay Jones (born 1980), professional basketball player.
- Nicholas Katzenbach (born 1922), U.S. Attorney General during the Johnson Administration.
- Patrick Kerney (born 1976), professional American football player.
- Tad Kornegay (born 1982) defensive back for the Saskatchewan Roughriders and BC Lions of the Canadian Football League.
- Ernie Kovacs (1919–1962), television comedian and film actor.
- Jonathan LeVine (born 1968), owner of Jonathan LeVine Gallery.
- Judith Light (born 1949), actress.
- Sol Linowitz (1913–2005), diplomat, lawyer, and businessman.
- Amy Locane (born 1971), actress.
- Kareem McKenzie (born 1979), offensive tackle for the New York Giants of the National Football League.
- N. Gregory Mankiw (born 1958), macroeconomist.
- Maury Muehleisen (born 1949), guitarist and songwriting partner for Jim Croce.
- New Atlantic, alternative rock band.[بحاجة لمصدر]
- J. Lee Nicholson (1863-1924), accountant, consultant and lecturer, considered to be the father of cost accounting in the United States.
- Carl Anthony Payne II (born 1969), actor who played Theo Huxtable's best friend Cockroach on The Cosby Show and the dimwitted Cole Brown on Martin.[بحاجة لمصدر]
- Zebulon Pike (1779–1813), explorer and namesake of Pikes Peak.
- Joe Plumeri (born 1944), Chairman and CEO of Willis Group and owner of the Trenton Thunder.
- D. Lane Powers (1896–1968), represented الدائرة الانتخابية الرابعة in the U.S. House of Representatives (1933–1945).
- Amy Robinson (born 1948), actress and film producer.
- Dennis Rodman (born 1961), professional basketball player.
- Bob Ryan (born 1946), sportswriter, regular contributor on the ESPN show Around the Horn.
- Daniel Bailey Ryall (1798–1864), U.S. Representative from New Jersey (1839–1841).
- Antonin Scalia (born 1936), Associate Justice of the U.S. Supreme Court
- Frank D. Schroth (1884–1974), owner of the Brooklyn Eagle, had earlier worked as a reporter at The Times.
- Thomas N. Schroth (1921–2009), editor of Congressional Quarterly and founder of The National Journal.
- Norman Schwarzkopf, Jr. (1934-2012), Commander-in-Chief of the U.S. Central Command in the Gulf War.
- Charles Skelton (1806–1879), represented الدائرة الانتخابية الثانية (1851–1855).
- Sommore (born 1967), comedian.
- Robert Stempel (born 1933), chairman and CEO of General Motors.
- Gary Stills (born 1974), professional American football player.
- Mike Tiernan (1867–1918), major league baseball player.
- Ty Treadway (born 1967), host of Merv Griffin's Crosswords.
- Troy Vincent (born 1971), former professional football player, President of the NFL Players Association.
- Allan B. Walsh (1874–1953), represented the 4th congressional district (1913–1915).
- Charlie Weis (born 1956), head coach of the Notre Dame Fighting Irish football team from 2005 to 2009.
- Wise Intelligent, performer of Poor Righteous Teachers, hip-hop group.
- Ira W. Wood (1856–1931), represented الدائرة الانتخابية الرابعة (1904–1913).
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- ^ Fox, Margalit. "Helen Boehm, the Princess of Porcelain, Dies at 89", The New York Times, November 19, 2010. Accessed January 5, 2015. "In 1944, she married Edward Marshall Boehm. An experienced livestock breeder, he made realistic clay sculptures of animals as a pastime. Mrs. Boehm encouraged him to pursue his art professionally, and eventually, with a loan from one of her eyeglass clients, they started a porcelain studio in a Trenton basement."
- ^ Chass, Murray. "Twins Defeat Yanks for Sweep", The New York Times, May 7, 1971. Accessed January 5, 2015. "Braun, a resident of Trenton who will be 23 years old on Saturday, took two balls before sending a grounder toward center field."
- ^ Guide to the Edward Y. Breese papers 1965-1972, Orbiscascade.org. Accessed January 5, 2015. "Edward Yarde Breese was born in Trenton, New Jersey in 1912."
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- ^ Staff. "Tal Brody returns to basketball home, A Trenton High star who became a star in Israel leads students on a U.S. exhibition tour.", The Philadelphia Inquirer, October 13, 2006. Accessed January 25, 2011.
- ^ Staff. "BETTY BRONSON, 17, GETS PETER PAN ROLE; Sir James Barrie Selects Almost Unknown Film Actress After 100 Tests of Players.", The New York Times, August 16, 1924. Accessed January 25, 2011.
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- ^ Michele Brown: Chief Executive Officer, Economic Development Authority, Governor Chris Christie. Accessed January 5, 2015. "A native of Trenton, New Jersey, Ms. Brown received her J.D., magna cum laude, from Georgetown University Law Center and her B.A., magna cum laude, from Drew University."
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- ^ King, Elspeth. "Obituary: Jude Burkhauser", The Independent, October 27, 1998. Accessed January 5, 2015. "Jude Burkhauser, artist and curator: born Trenton, New Jersey 10 September 1947; died 19 September 1998."
- ^ "The Alumni Trustees", p. 800. Princeton Alumni Weekly, Volume 1. Accessed January 8, 2015. "John Lambert Cadwalader '56 was born in Trenton, N. J., in 1836."
- ^ "CADWALADER, Lambert, (1742 - 1823)", Biographical Directory of the United States Congress. Accessed January 8, 2015. "Delegate and a Representative from New Jersey; born near Trenton, N.J., in 1742"
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- ^ Wally Campbell, Getty Images. Accessed January 8, 2015. "Wally Campbell of Trenton, NJ, had a short racing career that lasted from 1947 through 1954, but his accomplishments were many."
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- ^ Charles Hayward Chapman Obituary, ObitsforLife.com. Accessed January 8, 2015. "Born in Trenton, New Jersey Charles was fascinated by the guitar at an early age, and that fascination led him to Berklee College of Music."
- ^ Bio, TeamChopra.org. Accessed January 8, 2015. "Born the son of immigrants in Trenton, New Jersey, Aneesh Chopra has spent his life focusing on education and innovation."
- ^ Maidenburg, Micah. "Investor aims to buy 3,000 foreclosed Chicago homes", Chicago Real Estate Daily, October 19, 2012. Accessed January 8, 2015. "A native New Yorker, Mr. Cogsville, 47, grew up in Trenton, N.J., before moving south to attend the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, where he was a soccer star, scoring 29 goals over four years, according to an article in the Daily Tar Heel, a student newspaper."
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- ^ Staff. "Johnny Coles, 71, Warm Jazz Trumpeter", The New York Times, December 31, 1997. Accessed January 8, 2015."Mr. Coles was born in Trenton, and his family moved to Philadelphia when he was still a child."
- ^ Biographical Profile for Martin Connor, Vote NY. Accessed January 8, 2015. "He was born in 1945 in Trenton, New Jersey."
- ^ Gwyn Coogan, USA Track & Field. Accessed January 8, 2015.
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- ^ Ensign Frank W. Crilley, USNR (1883-1947), Naval History & Heritage Command. Accessed January 8, 2015. ""Frank William Crilley was born in Trenton, New Jersey, on 13 September 1883."
- ^ Staff. "RICHARD CROOKS WINS PLAUDITS ON RETURN; American Tenor Sings Oratorio and Opera Airs Before Throng in Carnegie Hall.", The New York Times, October 27, 1927. Accessed January 25, 2011.
- ^ Staff. "Former Rep. Willard S. Curtin Dies At 90 Caption: Republican Represented Bucks And Lehigh Counties, 1957-67.", The Morning Call, February 7, 1996. Accessed January 8, 2015. "Born in Trenton, N.J., he was a son of the late William and Edna (Mountford) Curtin."
- ^ Saffron, Inga. "Bernard Cywinski, paterfamilias of Philadelphia architecture", The Philadelphia Inquirer, March 6, 2011. Accessed January 8, 2015. "To look at Mr. Cywinski, who grew up in Trenton, you would never guess he could be such a warm, gregarious personality."
- ^ Urciuoli, Brielle. "Sarah Dash of Labelle talks at TCNJ about her Trenton roots", The Times (Trenton), September 24, 2014. Accessed October 28, 2014. "Musician and Trenton native Sarah Dash lectures at The College of New Jersey in Ewing on Wednesday, September 24, 2014."
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- ^ Staff. "ECWA Interview with WWE Hall of Famer JJ Dillon", ECWA Pro Wrestling, December 20, 2013. Accessed January 9, 2015. "JJ Dillon: I started as a fan. I was born and raised in Trenton, NJ. As a young teenager I discovered wrestling on… I’m giving my age away (laughs)… on a black and white television. It was on one night a week for an hour and a half. And eventually a live event came to my hometown to the armory in Trenton. And when I went to the show and saw all these larger than life characters in action I was hooked."
- ^ Bohlen, Celestine. "THE NATION: David N. Dinkins; An Even Temper In the Tempest of Mayoral Politics", The New York Times, September 17, 1989. Accessed March 16, 2012. "From his childhood, which he spent divided between New York City and Trenton, David Dinkins has kept steady control of his emotions, friends and family members say. When he was 6 years old, his mother left his father in Trenton and moved to New York, taking her two children with her. Mr. Dinkins later returned to Trenton, where he attended elementary and high school."
- ^ Doane, George Washington; and Doane, William Croswell. The Life and Writings of George Washington Doane ...: For Twenty-seven Years Bishop of New Jersey. Containing His Poetical Works, Sermons, and Miscellaneous Writings, Volume 1, p. 11. D. Appleton, 1860. Accessed January 9, 2015. "GEORGE WASHINGTON DOANE was born in Trenton, New Jersey, May 27 A. D. 1799."
- ^ Lewis, Brian. "Rutgers hires St Louis’ Dan Donigan", New York Post, January 22, 2010. Accessed January 9, 2015. "Donigan is a 43-year-old Trenton native and Steinert (NJ) High School grad."
- ^ أ ب Staff. "F. Donnelly Dead. 21 Years as Mayor. Trenton Leader Resigned in 1932 Because of Health. His Father Mayor 1884-86.", The New York Times, September 26, 1935. Accessed January 9, 2015.
- ^ Blau, Eleanor. "RUTH DONNELLY, COMEDIENNE AND CHARACTER ACTOR IN FILMS", The New York Times, November 19, 1982. Accessed January 9, 2015. "Born in Trenton, Miss Donnelly, whose father was a newspaper editor, music critic and columnist, began her career at the age of 17 as a chorus girl and shortly afterward began appearing in stage plays, including several productions of George M. Cohan."
- ^ Freeman, Rick. "Diamond Reflections: Al Downing misses creativity in the batters' box", The Times (Trenton), August 18, 2010. Accessed March 20, 2012. "Over 33 years since he threw his last major-league pitch and nearly a half-century since he left Trenton to pursue a professional career, Al Downing remains a keen and opinionated observer of the game of baseball."
- ^ Harrington Emerson Papers, 1848-1931, Penn State University. Accessed October 19, 2013. "Emerson was born on August 2, 1853 in Trenton, New Jersey."
- ^ Armstrong, Samuel S. "Trenton in the Mexican, Civil, and Spanish-American Wars", accessed May 9, 2007. "Samuel Gibbs French was a native of Trenton and graduated from West Point in 1843 with the brevet rank of Second Lieutenant and assigned to the Third U.S. Artillery, July 1, 1843."
- ^ Bostrom, Don. "GALLAGHER LEADS PHILS PAST GIANTS OUTFIELDER'S 3-FOR-3 NIGHT SPARKS 2-1 WIN", The Morning Call, May 25, 1995. Accessed February 1, 2011. "With Lenny Dykstra nursing his sore lower back for the second straight day, role player Dave Gallagher took over the leading role. All the 34-year-old Trenton native did was go 3-for-3 to raise his average to a nifty .441."
- ^ Staff. "76ERS ADD GREG GRANT'S SPEED AS TEAM SEEKS ZIP IN OFFENSE THE TEAM'S NEWEST GUARD CAME FROM THE CBA TO HELP REPLACE VERNON MAXWELL. HE HAS A CHANCE TO STICK.", The Philadelphia Inquirer, November 22, 1995. Accessed February 1, 2011. "Grant, a Trenton native, has played with five NBA teams since coming into the league as the Phoenix Suns' second round pick out of Trenton State in 1989."
- ^ Bennetts, Leslie. "New Face: Roxanne Hart Coming of Age In 'Loose Ends'", The New York Times, July 6, 1979. Accessed February 1, 2011. "She was born in Trenton, the oldest of five children, but moved from Delaware to Colorado to Georgia to Long Island..."
- ^ Staff. "SIXERS-NETS TALKS STALL OVER HINSON", The Philadelphia Inquirer, January 15, 1988. Accessed February 1, 2011. "'If it's in New Jersey, I'm close to home,' added Hinson, a native of Trenton."
- ^ Charles Robert Howell, Biographical Directory of the United States Congress. Accessed September 10, 2007.
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- ^ Medal of Honor Recipients — World War II (G-L), United States Army Center of Military History, July 16, 2007. Accessed January 28, 2008.
- ^ D'Allesandro, Dave. "Notebook: Trenton native Dahntay Jones enjoying his best season yet with the Indiana Pacers", The Star-Ledger, November 17, 2009. Accessed February 1, 2011.
- ^ Staff. "Former JFK, LBJ aide remembers years in Washington", Associated Press, October 23, 2008. Accessed February 1, 2011. "Katzenbach, a native of Philadelphia who grew up in Trenton, NJ, was born into a political family."
- ^ Staff. "Falcons win at Lambeau, take on Vet next", Philadelphia Daily News, January 6, 2003. Accessed February 1, 2011. "Now it's on to Philadelphia, not far from Kerney's hometown of Trenton, to play the Eagles..."
- ^ CFL.ca Player Profile. Accessed December 17, 2007.
- ^ Staff. "Trenton's own Ernie Kovacs to be celebrated Sunday, his 92nd birthday", The Trentonian, January 23, 2011. Accessed February 1, 2011.
- ^ Fletcher, Juliet. "There's No Place Like Home: After two years in New Hope, a Tin Man finds the heart of the gallery scene in Philly.", Philadelphia City Paper, November 27-December 3, 2002 . Accessed March 20, 2012. "Partly why this Trenton expat moved his base of operations to Philadelphia from New York, 'where it costs four times what it does here to run a business month to month,' was to give artists -- particularly those very New York or West Coast-oriented -- a wider spread of support."
- ^ Strausbaugh, John. "Street Art That's Finding A New Address", The New York Times, March 7, 2010. Accessed March 20, 2012. "Mr. LeVine came to the movement the same way his artists did. He grew up in Trenton and earned a degree in sculpture, but he was less attracted to fine art than he was to underground comics, punk and hip-hop, 'anything subculture and edgy.' With a loan from his parents, he opened his first small art gallery in New Hope, Pa., in 2001."
- ^ Stone, Sally. "Judith Light: Is best always better?", The Spokesman-Review, October 12, 1993. Accessed February 1, 2011. "Judith Light grew up in Trenton, New Jersey. After her junior year at St. Mary's Hall, a private girl's school, she enrolled in a summer drama program at St. Mary's Hall, a private girl's school, she enrolled in a summer program at Carnegie Tech..."
- ^ Joe Holley, "Former Diplomat Sol Linowitz, 91, Dies", The Washington Post, March 18, 2005. Accessed March 20, 2012. "Sol Myron Linowitz was the eldest of four sons born to Joseph and Rose Oglenskye Linowitz, immigrants from a region of Poland under Russian rule. He was born in Trenton, N.J., in a multicultural neighborhood of Jews, Protestants and Catholics, as well as one African American family."
- ^ Abdur-Rahman, Sulaiman. "Former 'Melrose Place' actress Amy Locane-Bovenizer of Hopewell indicted in fatal crash", The Trentonian, December 16, 2010. Accessed February 1, 2011. "Trenton-born TV and film actress Amy Locane-Bovenizer, whose resume includes several big screen gigs with Hollywood A-listers, was indicted Thursday on charges she was boozed up and driving recklessly when she killed a woman in a horrific two-vehicle accident June 27."
- ^ Staff. "REPORT: GIANTS' MCKENZIE ARRESTED FOR DUI", The Sports Network, November 14, 2008. Accessed February 1, 2011. "A Trenton, New Jersey native, McKenzie has played all but three games for the Giants since signing with the club as a free agent prior to the 2005 season."
- ^ Andres, Edmund L. "A Salesman for Bush's Tax Plan Who Has Belittled Similar Ideas", The New York Times, February 28, 2003. Accessed March 16, 2012. "Nicholas Gregory Mankiw: BORN -- Feb. 3, 1958, Trenton"
- ^ Staff. "Jim Croce and Maury Muehleisen's musical partnership endures", Inside Jersey, August 16, 2010. Accessed March 16, 2012. "Maury Muehleisen was blessed with many musical gifts.By the time he was a teenager, the Trenton native already was an accomplished pianist. In late 1970, at age 21, Muehleisen released Gingerbreadd, his only solo album, on Capitol Records."
- ^ Hein, Leonard W. "J. Lee Nicholson: pioneer cost accountant", Accounting Review (1959): 106-111. Accessed January 8, 2015. "Major Nicholson was born in Trenton, New Jersey, in 1863, but spent his early years in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania."
- ^ Baldwin, Tom. "Where did Pike peak? Colo. explorer got start in New Jersey", Courier-Post, August 25, 2008. Accessed September 19, 2008. "Nineteenth century Jersey explorer Zebulon Pike was born in Lamberton, now a part of south Trenton, but gave his name to Colorado's 14,000-foot (4,300 m) Pikes Peak."
- ^ Bianco, Anthony. "Joe Plumeri: The Apostle of Life Insurance", Business Week, March 30, 1998. Accessed February 12, 2014. "That would be the blue-collar precincts of North Trenton, N.J., just 15 miles from here. The cool-walking demonstration ended, Plumeri explains how he stumbled into a career on Wall Street by taking a menial job at a brokerage house that he had mistaken for a law firm."
- ^ CEO Plumeri. Business Week. May 6, 2008. Retrieved July 15, 2010.
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- ^ Amy Robinson:Overview, MSN. Accessed February 8, 2011.
- ^ Staff. "Miller, Rodman highlight Hall of Fame finalists", Toronto Sun, November 30, 2010. Accessed February 8, 2011. "A native of Trenton, New Jersey, Rodman was a controversial presence both on and off the court despite winning five NBA titles (1988-89 with Detroit; 1996-98 with Chicago)."
- ^ Staff. "Talking too much for our own good", The Intelligencer, May 15, 2003. Accessed February 8, 2011. "That version of Bob Ryan spent 20 minutes talking about the Palestra, growing up in Trenton, and great writers from the Philadelphia area."
- ^ Daniel Bailey Ryall, Biographical Directory of the United States Congress. Accessed September 3, 2007.
- ^ Staff. "ANTONIN SCALIA ASSOCIATE JUSTICE NOMINEE", The Miami Herald, June 18, 1986. Accessed August 6, 2009.
- ^ Staff. "Frank D. Schroth, 89, Publisher Of The Brooklyn Eagle, Is Dead; Acclaimed for His Service", The New York Times, June 11, 1974. Accessed August 6, 2009.
- ^ Weber, Bruce. "Thomas N. Schroth, Influential Washington Editor, Is Dead at 88", The New York Times, August 4, 2009. Accessed March 16, 2012. "Thomas Nolan Schroth was born in Trenton on Dec. 21, 1920, the son of The Brooklyn Eagle’s publisher, Frank D. Schroth."
- ^ Lamb, David. "General a winner who learned history's lessons", St. Petersburg Times, March 9, 1991. Accessed February 8, 2011. "H. Norman Schwarzkopf Jr. - the H. stands for nothing and he doesn't use the junior - was born in Trenton, NJ, 56 years ago, the son of German immigrants."
- ^ Charles Skelton, Biographical Directory of the United States Congress. Accessed August 25, 2007.
- ^ Burch, Audra D. S. "CODE BLUE BEST OF TIMES, WORST OF TIMES FOR BLACK COMICS", Chicago Tribune, April 13, 1997. Accessed February 8, 2011. "'I talk about what people are thinking about,' says Sommore, from Trenton, N.J. 'And I use curse words to enrich what I am saying.'"
- ^ Staff. "GM's history of CEOs - Robert C. Stempel", Los Angeles Times. Accessed February 8, 2011. "Stempel was born July 15, 1933, in Trenton, N.J."
- ^ Lee, Edward. "SPECIAL SEASON FOR RAVENS' STILLS ; RESERVE LINEBACKER, DOMINANT ON SPECIAL TEAMS, CALLS CAMPAIGN `HIGHLIGHT OF MY CAREER'", The Baltimore Sun, December 9, 2006. Accessed February 8, 2011. "A native of Trenton, NJ, Stills repeated the fourth and seventh grades and sat out his freshman year at West Virginia after being ruled academically."
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- ^ Host: Ty Treadway at the Internet Archive, Merv Griffin's Crosswords. Archived as of January 13, 2008. Accessed March 20, 2012. "Ty Treadway was born Tyrus Richard Treadway on February 11 to Richard and Mary Lou Treadway. Ty joined six older siblings, and the family resided in Trenton, New Jersey."
- ^ Attner, Paul. "A work of heart: much of Eagles cornerback Troy Vincent's hometown of Trenton, N.J., is in disrepair. But his plentiful, passionate and personal work to rebuild and revitalize the community is beginning to show results and makes him No. 1 on TSN's annual list of Good Guys in pro sports", The Sporting News, July 7, 2003. Accessed February 8, 2011. "Troy Vincent is walking through the Wilbur section of Trenton, N.J. He grew up in Wilbur when survival was a daily 10-round fight. It's worse now."
- ^ Allan Bartholomew Walsh, Biographical Directory of the United States Congress. Accessed September 6, 2007.
- ^ Charlie Weis, New England Patriots. Accessed August 18, 2007.
- ^ Staff. "Local celebs need to brush up on Goodwill", 98.4 Capital FM, July 4, 2010. Accessed February 8, 2011. "In addition to Jay-Z and Russell Simmons, rappers Ludacris, Chuck D and Trenton’s own Wise Intelligent of the Poor Righteous Teachers will deliver taped messages to attendees."
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- Data for the Trenton Public Schools, National Center for Education Statistics
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