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French in Syracuse, New York,_New_York

The first Europeans to arrive in the region around Syracuse, New York were the French. In 1615, Samuel de Champlain launched an attack against the Oneidas ...

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Polonaise - Beer, Wine & Spirits - Syracuse, NY - Reviews - Photos ...

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Eva's European Sweets Syracuse, NY : Food Network

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