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The author(s) of the article completely missed the meaning of "the garden state". From earliest America and on New Jersey had a booming farming output which New York / City relied on - and thus New Yorkers nick named it so - it had nothing to do with "dress up" gardening (but allot to do with botanics).
And still. This article focuses highly on military installations, gardens, and drugs. However in the 1900's New Jersey was a Flush with factories making near everything American's sought (tooth brushes, etc), a fact easy to see as many old buildings are still standing. These were hopping in the 1970's era. By or in the late 19's many of the small factories closed due to imports etc. However New Jersey still has a strong and proud product making community.
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