Historically speaking, did you understand that: William T. Cahill: William T. Cahill, June 25, 1912 -July 1, 1996, worked as a Republican guv and congressman in New Jersey.
Camden: Camden, the 9.56 square mile city in Camden County, was very first settled by William Cooper in 1681. Camden and Amboy Railroads: The Camden and Amboy Railroad was one of the pioneering railroads in New Jersey. It was obtained in 1871 by the Pennsylvania Railroad. With a line in Trenton, the company ran trains to Jersey City.
Campbell's Soup Company: Campbell's Soup Company has over 200 products besides its signature tomato soup. Its soups are offered in practically every nation on the planet. It remains the largest tomato soup maker in the world.
Camp Kilmer: The U.S. Army camp located 2 miles east of New Brunswick was called for Sergeant Alfred Joyce Kilmer, who was eliminated during World War I. Kilmer was the author of the poem, “Trees.”
Cancer: From 1950 to 1969, New Jersey had the greatest mortality rate from cancer in the United States.
Cancer Institute of New Jersey: The Cancer Institute of New Jersey was established in 1992 in New Brunswick. It is the state's only national cancer institute designated as a center.
Canning: During the 19th century, the rise of tomato production led the way for the canning industry for the state.
Cape May County Zoo: The Cape May County Zoo, the first totally free zoo in New Jersey, opened in 1978. Cape May Star and Wave: Cape May's very first paper, the Cape May Star and Wave, was established in 1855.
Joseph Albright's column appears on Thursdays in The Jersey Journal.