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Named after the Satterthwaite family estate that was established along the Passaic River in 1844 and an artists' colony in the area is Nutley township in Essex County, New Jersey. A Dutch painter, Bastian Van Giese, was the first European settler in the area and Vreeland Homestead, his house, surprisingly still stands even today. A brownstone quarry in operation by the early 18th century is believed to be the town's first major industry. It provided work for many Italian and Irish immigrants. Mills along the Third River were the area's second major industry. Current streets are named after mill owners who operated during the 1800s including Joseph Kingsland, Henry Duncan and John and Thomas Speer. What is today the center of Nutley was a collection of around 30 homes and a few small businesses built by Henry Duncan as the village of Franklinville. One of his building's serves as the town hall.
Nutley is rich with tradition and many are second, third and even fourth generation residents. Little developments go on in a township that has been fully developed for some time. Transport is easy with major highways and easy access to public transport. Railway is however used for freight only operated by the Norfolk Southern on the Newark Branch tracks.
Being a homegrown community means neighbors who will drop by with champagne or baked goodies and who would not want that?
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