When is the dominican parade in Paterson of 2010?

September 12th, 2010 on 33rd St and Park Ave. For more info call 973 345 2326. It starts at 12-noon.

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What was the culture in colonial New Jersey?

There was religious freedom.

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New Jersey Culture?

they like to mainly eat small fish or shark blubber. Most New Jersians worship the sun whale god. This god they beileve this god is the most powerful of them all. they pray to it 900 times a day. legends say that the sun whale god comes at exactally 12:00 on Christmas eve. many say that if you tr...

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What is the culture of New Jersey?

While ranked forty-sixth among the states in size, in 2002 New Jersey ranked ninth in terms of population, with nearly 8.5 million people. New Jersey is by far the nation's most urbanized and most densely populated state, with 1,144 persons per square mile. In contrast, the national population de...

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What is New Jersey's cultures are when they celebrate?

too celebrate jeaers birthday

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What is the scariest thing to wear on Halloween?

Definitely the scariest thing to wear is anything that is real. For fake stuff anything with blood is good. Fur, fangs, and claws/talons are good but only if they look real.

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Culture of colonial new jersey?

According to historians, the culture of colonial New Jersey was very liberal as far as religious freedom. There were different groups of settlers which were the Quakers, Puritans, Dutch, Presbyterians and the Baptists who worshipped and practiced their religion without English persecution.

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Is New Jersey a rural place?

nope N.J. is very urban. Its kind of like a mini NYC

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Where in New Jersey is the scariest place to be for Halloween?

Clinton Rd. in West Milford Leeds Point, home of the legendary Jersey Devil, aka Mother Leeds' 13th child, which she cursed before birth. The baby was born with glowing red eyes, hooves, fur, wings and a tail. It still inhabits the area and makes its presence known by hoof prints, eerie screams i...

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