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Vineland,

city (1990 pop. 54,780), Cumberland co., S N.J., in a poultry and fruit area; settled 1861, inc. 1952 when combined with Landis township. The growing city has cooperative markets, large glassworks (with offices designed by William LescazeLescaze, William
, 1896–1969, American architect, born and trained in Switzerland. Emigrating to the United States in 1920, Lescaze became influential in introducing the new European architecture to America.
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), and food-processing and clothing industries. Vineland was originally a planned agricultural community concentrating on viticulture; however, most of the vineyards were destroyed by disease in the late 19th century. In 1882, the first of New Jersey's immigrant Jewish farm colonies was established nearby. The city has a highly respected state school for retarded children.

Vinland

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the stretch of the E coast of North America visited by Leif Ericson and other Vikings from about 1000
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