Documentary History of American Water-works

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Middle Atlantic States New York Pike

Pike, New York

Pike was incorporated as a village in 1848.

Abner Abams was a shoemaker who came to Pike in 1815.  He obtained permission to lay pump logs in Pike Village in 1817.

The village of Pike constructed a water system in 1910. Residents of the village voted to dissolve in 2007, and the Town of Pike Water District was formed to assume ownership of the village water system.

Water is provided by the Town of Pike Water District.

1880 "Pike Village," from History of Wyoming County, N.Y.: With Illustrations, Biographical Sketches, and Portraits of Some Pioneers and Prominent Residents, by W.E. Morrison, 1880

1915 "Protection of Public Water Systems," Thirty-Sixth Annual Report of the State Department of Health of New York
Page 535:  The public water supply is owed by the village.  The works were constructed in 1910.

1977 "A Pioneer Village - Pike Village," Historical Wyoming, 23:89 (April 1977)
Page 86:  In 1817, Abner Adams obtained permission to lay pump logs in Pike Village.

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