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The city is one of the oldest in Atlantic County, and was an important stop on the Underground Railroad. The first African-American owned radio station in New Jersey began broadcasting from Linwood under a special license granted by President Franklin D. Roosevelt during World War II. It was also home to a large knitting mill that employed hundreds of women until it closed its doors for good in 1992 after being sold to an investor who moved production overseas; this site has since been redeveloped into housing units called "Knitworx". Linwood is located at 39°40′31″N 74°4′52″W (39.678938, -74.078233). According to the United States Census Bureau, the city had a total area of 1.