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Cazenovia, New York

Cazenovia was as a village in 1810.

The Aqueduct Association in the village of Cazenovia was incorporated in 1801 by John Lincklaen, William Whipple, Hooker Ballard, Elisha Farnham, Elijah Risley, Hiram Roberts, Eliakim Roberts, and Horace Paddock. No evidence has been found that it built anything.

The village built a water system that began service on October 1, 1890.

Water is provided by the Village of Cazenovia.


References
1801 An act for incorporating an aqueduct association in the village of Cazenovia, county of Chenango.  March 31, 1801.

1853 Map of Cazenovia

1885 Sanborn Fire Insurance Map from Cazenovia, Madison County, New York.  October 1885

1890 Sanborn Fire Insurance Map from Cazenovia, Madison County, New York.  March 1890

1891 "Cazenovia," from Manual of American Water Works, Volume 3.

1897 "Cazenovia," from Manual of American Water Works, Volume 4.


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