Syracuse is a city in Central New York sited on the lands of the Onondaga Nation
. Officially incorporated as a village in 1825, it has been at a major crossroads ...
If you were traveling through Central New York two centuries ago, unless you
had a death wish, there is little likelihood you would have spent much time in the
The role of History of Syracuse, New York in the history of the United States of
William Galbraith, a salt maker on the lake, printed the name Syracuse on his salt
bags. The name came from a salt company he knew of in Syracuse, New York.
A timeline of Syracuse, New York history 1654-1945.
Sep 28, 2015 ... C-SPAN's Local Content Vehicles (LCVs) make a stop in their '2015 LCV Cities
Tour' in Syracuse, New York, to feature the history and literary ...
Feb 26, 2013 ... By Forgetting Its Proud Economic History, Syracuse Loses Its Future. Carl
Schramm , Contributor. Syracuse, New York (Photo credit: Dougtone).
Syracuse, called the “Salt City,” flourished in the mid-1800's. ... the cultural and
commercial center of New York, and the old Market Hall had become inadequate.
Onondaga County History. ... OHA Announces New Oral History Film on Ruth
Colvin » ... 315-428-1864 321 Montgomery Street Syracuse, New York 13202.
Access the most recent census population information for Syracuse, New York,
including a population profile and history.