This geographic study of New Jersey, a multidimensional portrait of the state, incorporates three major themes: the state's cultural diversity; its bipolar orientation; and an economy influenced by the state's accessibility to major metropolitan centers and its well-developed corridor functions.
1. Introduction 2. Early Settlement 3. The Physical Setting 4. The Cultural Landscape 5. Population Characteristics 6. Transportation 7. Agriculture 8. Industrial Development 9. The Metropolitan State 10. Regions 11. Planning