Irvington

Irvington, town (1990 pop. 59,774), Essex co., NE N.J., an industrial suburb of Newark; settled 1692 as Camptown, renamed 1852, inc. 1898. Tools, castings, photographic equipment, paints, building materials, and plastic and paper products are among its manufactures.

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