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At the Church of the Presidents in Elberon on the Jersey Shore. It was visited by presidents Chester A. Arthur, James Garfield, Ulysses S. Grant, Benjamin Harrison, Rutherford Hayes, William McKinley, and Woodrow Wilson. The church is located a few blocks from the site where President Garfield died.
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President Grover Cleveland's birthplace, Caldwell
President Grover Cleveland home President Grover Cleveland gravesite Site of President James Garfield's death in  Elberon
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Website : www.state.nj.us
Capital : Trenton
Highest point : High Point, 1,803 feet
Area : 8,722 square miles, 47th largest state
Population : 8,414,350 (2000 US Census)
Motto : Liberty and prosperity
Admitted to Union : December 18, 1787
State Song : "New Jersey, My Home"
State Bird : Eastern Goldfinch
State Flower : Violet
State Tree : Red Oak


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