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July 16, 2012

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July 10, 2012

Industrial era until World War II
The rapid growth of Newark began princicpios of 1800, largely due to the arrival of Seth Boyden from Massachusetts. Boyden came to Newark in 1815, and immediately undertook major changes in manufacturing of leather. The advances made it possible that, by 1870, Newark was the place where he came to manufacture almost 90% of leather across the country, and in that year alone the city had an income of $ 8.6 million. In 1824 Boyden found ways to producitr malleable iron. The city also prospered by the construction of the Morris Canal in 1831. The channel connected with the Newark area inside New Jersey, which at that time was an important agricultural area and production of iron. The railroad arrived in 1834 and 1835. All resulted in a thriving maritime business and Newark became the center of an industrial area. In 1826, the population reached 8,017 people, ten times more than in 1776.
In mid-nineteenth century Newark continued to grow and there was a diversification of the industrial sector: the first commercially successful plastic (celluloid), was produced at a factory in Newark by John Wesley Hyatt. The celluloid was applied to the production of auto parts, billiard balls and dentures. Edward Weston perfected the process for galvanized zinc as well as improved arc lamps. Military Park Newark was the first public electric lamps of the United States. In the late nineteenth century, industry continued to grow. The Irish and German immigrants who arrived in the city they founded their own newspapers, and other ethnic groups in the place emulate this initiative, however, there were tensions between the “natives” and newcomers. In the mid nineteenth century’s, the city joined the insurance as part of business: Mutual Benefit Insurance was founded in 1845 and Prudential Insurance in 1873. Prudential Insurance was founded by John Fairfield Dryden, who came from New England, who found a niche in the middle and lower classes. Today, Newark sells safer than any other city except Hartford, Connecticut. [2] In 1880, Newark’s population reached 13,508 inhabitants, in 1890 181,830 in 1900 246,070 and in 1910 347,000, a jump of 200,000 inhabitants in three decades. [3] As the population of Newark was close to half a million inhabitants in the 1920’s, the potential of the city seemed to have no limits.
Newark was very active in the early twentieth century. Market and Broad Streets served as a retail centre for the region, with major shopping malls as Hahne and Company, L. Bamberger and Company, L.S. Plaut and Company, and Kresge’s (later known as K-Mart).
In 1922, Newark had 63 theaters, 46 cinemas and an active nightlife. In 1935 Dutch Schultz was killed in the Palace Bar. Billie Holiday often housed in Coleman Hotel. Both hotels no longer exist.
The intersection of Market and Broad streets (known as the Four Corners) was the most crowded intersection in the United States, the number of cars circulating. In 1915 the public service recorded over 280,000 pedestrians in a period of 13 hours. Eleven years later, on October 26, 1926, the State Motor Vehicle Department monitored the Four Corners counting 2,644 trams, 4,098 buses, 2,657 taxis, 3,474 commercial vehicles and 23,571 private cars. The traffic was so heavy that the city turned the former bed of the Morris Canal in the Newark City Subway, making Newark one of the few cities in the country have a subway system.
Each year new skyscrapers were built, the highest being the National Newark Building, 40 floors, in Art Deco style and Lefcourt-Newark Building. In 1948, just after World War II, Newark reached its peak population with nearly 450,000 inhabitants. The population also grew with immigrants fromsouthern and eastern Europe which were established there. Newark was a witness to different neighborhoods well as the large Jewish community concentrated in Prince street.
Newark now has two neighborhoods where you will find many people speaking Spanish. North Newark, previously lived many people of Italian root, today many mainland Puerto Ricans and Dominicans. The Ironbound, east of the city and the railway station Pennsylvania (Penn Station in English), is home to many immigrants Galicians, Ecuadorians and other Latin Americans.

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