Oneida County, NY

ONEIDA COUNTY, situated in the central part of New York, with Oneida lake on the southwest, and traversed by Mohawk river and the Erie canal. Area, 1,101 square miles. Face of the country, diversified; soil productive. Seats of justice, Rome, Utica, and Whittlesborough. Pop. in 1810, 33,792; in 1820, 50,997; in 1830, 71,326; in 1840, 85,310; in 1850, 99,568. (Fanning's, 1853)
Place Unit Type
County
Containing Unit
Birthplace of
Name Type
Boonville, NY City or Town
Bridgewater, NY City or Town
Rome, NY City or Town
Utica, NY City or Town
Westernville, NY City or Town
Whitesboro, NY City or Town
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