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Newark is the name of several places.

The two most well known are:

Other places named Newark include:

  • Newark, Arkansas, United States
  • Newark, California, United States
  • Newark, Delaware, United States
  • Newark, Illinois, United States
  • Newark, Maryland, United States
  • Newark, Missouri, United States
  • Newark, New York, United States
  • Newark, Ohio, United States
  • Newark, Texas, United States
  • Newark, Vermont, United States
  • Newark, Wisconsin, United States
  • Niagara-on-the-Lake, Ontario, Canada was once known as Newark.

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CATHOLIC ENCYCLOPEDIA: Newark (1607 words)
Newark to be ordained to the priesthood was
Newark territory in the southern section, was established.
Newark, and soon after was forced to go abroad in search of rest and health.
P.O.V. - Street Fight . Newark: A Brief History | PBS (1085 words)
Newark's industrial boom began in the early to mid-1800s, when it was known for its leather factories and breweries.
Newark's insurance industry also took off in the mid-1800s, and today Newark remains the second leading seller of insurance in the nation.
He was elected to the city council in 1970 on the same spirit of reform and civil rights as Gibson, at a time when the city was still struggling to recover from the devastation of the 1967 riots.
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