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Later, Broad Street became the home of National State Bank, the Elizabethtown Gas Company, and the Elizabethtown Water Company. The citys uptown became a powerful commercial center. Like all urban centers, Elizabeth became the home of many immigrants, many of them skilled laborers coming to.
BROAD STREET MAKEITY Before and during the Revolutionary War, Elizabeth Avenuethen Water Streetwas Elizabeths main thoroughfare. It is where the earliest buildings were constructed, the road traveled by farmers bringing produce to market, and the path of travelers leaving town for the rest of New.
Widows of all racesmany whose husbands were killed in increasing industrial accidents- took in boarders to supplement their income. At the turn of the century, some of Broad Streets shops expanded and the era of department stores came to Elizabeth. The stores bought in large.
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Elizabeth was a center of civic and political spectacle as well, with Broad Street the venue of parades marking Memorial Day, St. Patricks Day, Columbus Day, and oth).
During the American Revolution Elizabeth's strategic position made it both a British and Tory target as well as a base camp for George Washington and the patriot leadership. From Elizabeth the patriot militias could use the hilly country to the west as a hideaway and.
Broad Street produced only one building that could make even a modest claim on skyscraper statusthe 14-story Hersh Tower, built in 1931 at 1,750,000, an upscale, art-deco office building that boasted dramatic aluminum decorative touches and, for decades, was the business address in the city.
It was an era when the residents of Elizabeth owned the communitys businesses and wealth, a circumstance that would change in the future. With a population surge provoked by the Civil War, the building faces of Broad Street and its environs began to change. With.
The construction of both a major hotel and the arrival of the railroad in the 1830s only reinforced the city's natural advantages. Since 1739 when NJ governor Lewis Morris appointed Joseph Bonnell mayor of Elizabeth, all mayors served at the pleasure of the governor. In.
Many Eastern European immigrants converged on Elizabeth Avenue, near the water. The area around Broad Street, however, attracted fewer immigrants and many of those were from Scandinavia. From a quarter to a third of the residents of the uptown area were drawn from the professional.