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Whitesboro-Burleigh
Cape May County, New Jersey

ZipCodes
08210




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Statistics & Facts

The New Jersey state capital is Trenton.
The population of Whitesboro-Burleigh is approximately 2,080 1990.
The approximate number of families is 1,075 1990.
The amount of land area in Whitesboro-Burleigh is 11.882 sq. kilometers.
The amount of surface water is 0.02 sq kilometers.
The distance from Whitesboro-Burleigh to Washington DC is 122 miles.
The distance to the New Jersey state capital is 81 miles. (as the crow flies)
Whitesboro-Burleigh is positioned 39.04 degrees north of the equator and 74.86 degrees west of the prime meridian.


Whitesboro-Burleigh Historical Events

1899
George Henry White
WHITEBORO - in 1899, George Henry White 1852-1918, an African American republican congressman from North Carolina served from 1896 and he was re-elected in 1898 went in 1899 to Whitesboro, Cape May County, New Jersey, and, with five associates, bought 1700 acres of a large plantation which he divided and resold. In 1905, White moved to Philadelphia and established the People's Savings Bank. By 1906, the population of Whiteboro was 800, 300 of which were living in single-family houses. Their income was primarily from farming, the local sawmill, and fishing. White and his bank provided easy financing terms to purchase and build homes.
Source: unpublished autobiography of Charles Harris Wesley and the Dictionary of Negro Biography.

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