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Vintage New Jersey Maps
New Jersey, nicknamed the Garden State, took statehood in 1787, and countless beautiful old maps have been designed over the years.

Our historic map archives have dozens of old New Jersey maps, including almost every county in the state, such as Bergen, Middlesex, Essex, Hudson, Monmouth, Ocean, Union, Camden, Passaic, and Morris.Our most commonly requested maps are for the cities of Newark, Jersey City, Paterson, Elizabeth, Edison, Woodbridge, Lakewood, Toms River, Hamilton Township, and Clifton.

To browse our collection of old New Jersey maps, use the menu in the upper right of this page to sort by popularity, average rating, latest additions, or price.

If you are looking for a specific New Jersey map and don’t see it on this page, contact us. We will gladly check our archives.
About New Jersey
New Jersey, bordered by New York, Pennsylvania, Delaware, and the Atlantic Ocean, is the most densely populated state in the U.S. It’s divided into three distinct regions - North Jersey, Central Jersey, and South Jersey.

New Jersey’s capital is Trenton, which holds a spot in history as the place where George Washington, in 1776, had his first major U.S. victory in the War of Independence.

Newark, a major transportation hub, is the most populous city in New Jersey. Newark is also known for its magnificent cherry blossom trees. There are over 5,000 of them in Newark’s Branch Brook Park (the oldest county park in the U.S.).

The state’s economy revolves around transportation, life sciences, healthcare, and financial services. The top five employers are RWJBarnabas Health, Rutgers University, United Airlines, Johnson & Johnson, and Bank of America.

When it comes to tourism, Atlantic City is undoubtedly one of New Jersey’s biggest draws. From the hopes of winning it big at an Atlantic City casino to strolling along the famous boardwalk (which at 5.5 miles is the longest in the world), out-of-towners love making this their destination.

The Jersey Shore, with its boardwalks full of shops, arcades, and rides, is also high on the list. And did you know that because of its geography, you can see both a sunrise and sunset from different spots along the Jersey Shore?

For tourists who love the outdoors, the Delaware Water Gap National Recreation Area cannot be missed. Forested mountains, trout streams, waterfalls, and miles of trails await those looking for adventure.

And now, let’s learn some fun facts about New Jersey.

First, good eats are never very far because New Jersey is renowned for its diners. The state has over 500 of them, which is more than any other state in the nation.

Celebrities who hail from New Jersey include actor John Travolta, singer-songwriter Jon Bon Jovi, comedian Jerry Lewis, actress Meryl Streep, and television personality/entrepreneur Martha Stewart.

New Jersey is home to the highest number of millionaires per capita (as of 2020).

And finally, there’s a spoon museum in New Jersey where you can view 250 of the over 5,400 spoons collected by the late Bertha Schaefer Koempel (1882-1966). She was an avid spoon collector who lived in Paterson, New Jersey, as a young girl. Her spoons are on display at the city’s Lambert Castle Museum.

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Vintage New Jersey Maps
New Jersey, nicknamed the Garden State, took statehood in 1787, and countless beautiful old maps have been designed over the years.

Our historic map archives have dozens of old New Jersey maps, including almost every county in the state, such as Bergen, Middlesex, Essex, Hudson, Monmouth, Ocean, Union, Camden, Passaic, and Morris.Our most commonly requested maps are for the cities of Newark, Jersey City, Paterson, Elizabeth, Edison, Woodbridge, Lakewood, Toms River, Hamilton Township, and Clifton.

To browse our collection of old New Jersey maps, use the menu in the upper right of this page to sort by popularity, average rating, latest additions, or price.

If you are looking for a specific New Jersey map and don’t see it on this page, contact us. We will gladly check our archives.
About New Jersey
New Jersey, bordered by New York, Pennsylvania, Delaware, and the Atlantic Ocean, is the most densely populated state in the U.S. It’s divided into three distinct regions - North Jersey, Central Jersey, and South Jersey.

New Jersey’s capital is Trenton, which holds a spot in history as the place where George Washington, in 1776, had his first major U.S. victory in the War of Independence.

Newark, a major transportation hub, is the most populous city in New Jersey. Newark is also known for its magnificent cherry blossom trees. There are over 5,000 of them in Newark’s Branch Brook Park (the oldest county park in the U.S.).

The state’s economy revolves around transportation, life sciences, healthcare, and financial services. The top five employers are RWJBarnabas Health, Rutgers University, United Airlines, Johnson & Johnson, and Bank of America.

When it comes to tourism, Atlantic City is undoubtedly one of New Jersey’s biggest draws. From the hopes of winning it big at an Atlantic City casino to strolling along the famous boardwalk (which at 5.5 miles is the longest in the world), out-of-towners love making this their destination.

The Jersey Shore, with its boardwalks full of shops, arcades, and rides, is also high on the list. And did you know that because of its geography, you can see both a sunrise and sunset from different spots along the Jersey Shore?

For tourists who love the outdoors, the Delaware Water Gap National Recreation Area cannot be missed. Forested mountains, trout streams, waterfalls, and miles of trails await those looking for adventure.

And now, let’s learn some fun facts about New Jersey.

First, good eats are never very far because New Jersey is renowned for its diners. The state has over 500 of them, which is more than any other state in the nation.

Celebrities who hail from New Jersey include actor John Travolta, singer-songwriter Jon Bon Jovi, comedian Jerry Lewis, actress Meryl Streep, and television personality/entrepreneur Martha Stewart.

New Jersey is home to the highest number of millionaires per capita (as of 2020).

And finally, there’s a spoon museum in New Jersey where you can view 250 of the over 5,400 spoons collected by the late Bertha Schaefer Koempel (1882-1966). She was an avid spoon collector who lived in Paterson, New Jersey, as a young girl. Her spoons are on display at the city’s Lambert Castle Museum.

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