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Roseland, New Jersey is considered a borough in western part of Essex County. The borough being relatively small, only has a population of approximately 5,885 residents. Roseland was
incorporated as a city in New Jersey on March 10th, 1908, consisting of parts of the Livingston Township. While it is one of the least populous cities in New Jersey, it was ranked as the 7th best place to live in 2015 by New Jersey Monthly magazine.
The area containing Roseland was part of the Horseneck Tract. The Horseneck Tract was a portion of land consisting of current cities in New Jersey, that was originally land belonging to the Lenni Lenape Native Americans. The 14,000 acres of land was purchased in 1702 from the Native American tribe, for goods. Today the land encompasses most of western Essex County, from the Passaic River to the First Mountain.
One of the most popular historic locations in the Roseland borough is the Becker Farm Railroad. This small railroad operated from the late 1930’s up until the early 1970’s. The railroad ran on the Becker Farm, which spanned almost half the area of Roseland. While some remains of the old railroad still remain, the area has become a large complex for businesses and organizations.