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What is New Brunswick known for?
What is New Brunswick Known For? The largest of Canada's three maritime provinces, New Brunswick is known for its huge untouched wilderness, lobsters, and the mighty Bay of Fundy. There you'll also find salmon-rich rivers, lush forests, and pristine beaches.
What towns make up South Brunswick NJ?
Dayton (2020 Census population of 8,138), Heathcote (7,154), Kendall Park (9,989), Kingston (1,581) and Monmouth Junction (8,895) are unincorporated communities and census-designated places (CDPs) located within South Brunswick.
What towns are in South Brunswick NJ?
Unincorporated areas in South Brunswick Township include: Dayton (2010 Census population of 7,063) Heathcote (5,821) Kendall Park (9,339) Kingston (1,222) Monmouth Junction (2,887)
Is South Brunswick a good town?
In 2011, CNN Money ranked South Brunswick as the 22nd Best Place to Live in America and in 2016 Safewise ranked South Brunswick as the 10th Safest City in America to Raise a Child.
What was the history of New Brunswick New Jersey?
New Brunswick was incorporated as a town in 1736 and chartered as a city in 1784. It was incorporated into a town in 1798 as part of the Township Act of 1798. It was occupied by the British in the winter of 1776\u20131777 during the Revolutionary War.
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