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Little Ferry

Little Ferry

Little Ferry Overview

During the colonial era, Little Ferry was an important ferry crossing site between various towns in Bergen and Hackensack. Originally part of New Barbados, this borough was named after the rope-drawn Little Ferry that crossed the Hackensack River between 1659 and 1826. The Ferry also played a critical role in the revolution, offering incredible cultural significance. The tight-knit suburban community offers wonderful parks, restaurants, and shopping opportunities for its residents. From Tudor-style houses to Gablefront homes, Little Ferry’s residential neighborhoods provide unique architectural diversity.

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