I'll save you. Now you are not split in half anymore.
This is what a natural boundary looks like. Natural boundaries are things like mountains, forests, and rivers. New Jersey was split into 2 parts with owners of each part. The boundary was man-made and could not be seen. This is when problems started to rise.
The problem of this story was the Quakers and Carteret were arguing about whose land was whose. Sir John Berkely sold it to a group of people called the Quakers. When the Quakers arrived they started to argue about whose land was whose.
Then to stop the argument they divided New Jersey into 2 parts. EastJersey and West Jersey. This caused even more problems to rise. One of them was just like the other problem. It was, getting confused about whose land was whose. More problems started to rise. Later on, Queen Anne united New Jersey into what it is Today.