Note:  Do not rely on this information. It is very old.


Camden, a town of New Jersey, and capital of Camden county, is situated on the Delaware river. It stands opposite Philadelphia, with which it is connected by various lines of steamboats. It is a manufacturing centre, having iron foundries, woollen and cotton mills, ship-yards, etc. It is also the terminus of several railways. It was long the home of the poet Walt Whitman.