Cayuga County, NY

CAYUGA COUNTY, situated toward the western part of New York, with Cayuga lake on the west, Skaneateles lake on the east, and Lake Ontario on the north; watered, also, by Seneca river, Owasco lake, and the Erie canal. Area, 648 square miles. Face of the country somewhat hilly, with a very productive soil. Seat of justice, Auburn. Pop. in 1820, 38,897; in 1830, 47,947; in 1840, 50,338; in 1850, 55,460. (Fanning's, 1853)

Place Unit Type
County
Containing Unit
Name Type
Auburn, NY City or Town
Aurelius, NY City or Town
Cayuga, NY City or Town
Fleming, NY City or Town
Sennett, NY City or Town
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