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The Legend of Betsy Dowdy’s Ride
Women’s Suffrage Leader Anna Howard Shaw
The Origin of Syracuse Salt Potatoes
The Genesee Valley Canal served as an important link between the Allegheny River and Erie Canal in Rochester, N.Y.
During the War of 1812, the British waded ashore from Horse Island to face American troops at Sackets Harbor, N.Y.
H.G. Hotchkiss established a successful peppermint oil company in Lyons, N.Y. His product won international awards.
Joseph Smith, founder of the Mormon Church, married Emma Hale during the winter of 1827 in Afton, N.Y.
In 1808, James Coolidge planted the first hop yard in Madison County, N.Y. Hops became a major industry in the state.
Noted author Washington Irving is said to have based his Ichabod Crane character on a schoolteacher named Jesse Merwin.
Known as the heroine of Fort Niagara, Betsy Doyle carried hot shot to fend off British Forces during the War of 1812.
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