New Jersey's state symbols are listed and explained at Hangout NJ.
A description of the state seal is available as well as a picture.
New Jersey does not have a state song.
Yes. The colonial history of New Jersey is explained at Hangout NJ.
The Crossroads of the American Revolution: A Driving Guide and Map to New Jersey's Revolutionary War Trail highlights 51 sites across New Jersey where visitors can retrace the footsteps of the Continental Army and learn more about the state's pivotal role in securing America's independence. To request a copy of the driving guide, please visit any state park, forest, or historic site or call the New Jersey Division of Parks and Forestry at 1-800-843-6420. Text telephone users should call the NJ Relay Services at 1-800-852-7899.
New Jersey was admitted into the union in 1787.
Yes, View a list of New Jersey's national historic sites. (*pdf) The Division of Parks and Forestry lists the addresses of historical sites that are open to the public. You can link to the Web pages of many of these historical sites as well. New Jersey Travel and Tourism provides information about historical attractions within the different regions of the states.
The Census Bureau breaks down New Jersey's population statistics as recorded in Census 2000.
New Jersey's area codes are listed by Verizon.
The dates of the state holidays are listed.