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whippany
Welcome to the History and Contemporary Times of Hanover Township
Including Whippany, Cedar Knolls, Countrywood, Trailwood, Malapardis & Monroe
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"Whiponong American" as Illustrated in the
1927 Logo of First National Bank of Whippany
The "Whippany" is a gentle, meandering river in New Jersey that begins as springs in Mendham and Randolph Townships.
It flows through Morris, Morristown, Whippany, Parsippany, and into the Rockaway River and then the Passaic River in East Hanover.
Whippany is a village in Hanover Township, NJ <> Whippany is the predecessor of Hanover Township
The name Whippany was given to us by the Native Americans who first inhabited this land.
It is derived from the aboriginal word "Whippanong," taken from the Lenape dialect of the Algonquian language.