Utica, NY

Utica, N. Y. City and seat of justice of Oneida co. Situated on the S. bank of the Mohawk River, on the site of old Fort Schuyler. 93 miles W. by N. from Albany, and 232 E. from Buffalo. Population in 1820, 2972; in 1830, 8323; in 1840, 12,782; in 1850, 17,642. Utica has a pleasant location, on ground gradually ascending from the river, and commanding a fine prospect from its more elevated parts. It is well built, having many fine stores and large and elegant dwellings. (Gazetteer of the United States of America, 1854)
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