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geographical name\ˈnü-ərk, ˈnyü-; especially 2 & 4ˈnü-ˌärk, ˈnyü-\
Definition of NEWARK
city W California SE of San Francisco pop 42,471
city NE Delaware W of Wilmington pop 28,547
city & port NE New Jersey on Newark Bay (W extension of Upper New York Bay) pop 273,546
city cen Ohio pop 46,279
geographical name(Concise Encyclopedia)
City (pop., 2000: 273,546) and port of entry, northeastern New Jersey, U.S., west of New York City. It was founded in 1666 by Puritans and was chartered as a township in 1693. It was the site of the College of New Jersey (1748–56; now Princeton University). In 1776 the city served as a supply base for Gen. George Washington. It was incorporated as a city in 1836. The largest city in the state, it was the scene of major civil disturbances in 1967. It is a highly diversified industrial, transportation, and insurance centre. It was the birthplace of Aaron Burr and Stephen Crane.