Newark, Delaware

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Newark is a city in New Castle County, Delaware, 12 miles (19 km) west-southwest of Wilmington. According to 2006 Census Bureau estimates, the population of the city is 30,060.[1] Newark is the home of the University of Delaware.

Newark is pronounced /ˈnjuːɑrk/ NEW-ark, in contrast to /ˈnjuː.ərk/ NEW-ərk for Newark, New Jersey.



Newark was founded by Scots-Irish and Welsh settlers in 1694. The town was officially established when it received a charter from George II of Great Britain in 1758.

Schools have played a significant role in the history of Newark. A grammar school, founded by Francis Alison in 1743, moved from New London, Pennsylvania to Newark in 1765, becoming the Newark Academy. Among the first graduates of the school were three signers of the Declaration of Independence: George Read, Thomas McKean, and James Smith.

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