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Albany, Albany County, New York State Capital, a city of 80,000 pop., on Hudson River, 142 miles from New York. It is the center of an immense trade, being at the junction of several railroads and at the entrance of Erie Canal to the Hudson. It is connected by river and canals to Lake Erie, Lake Ontario and Lake Champlain. Extensively engaged in the lumber trade. The fourth city in the state in point of population.
Ilion, Herkimer County, New York a town of 3,000 pop., on Mohawk River, New York Central Railroad and Erie Canal, 11 miles from Utica. Engaged in various manufactures.
Lockport, Niagara County, New York a town of 12,000 pop., on Erie Canal, and on Rochester, Lockport & Niagara Falls Railroad, 25 miles from Buffalo. The locks in the canal furnish immense water power which is used in manufacturing. Considerable stone quarrying is done here.
Rome, Oneida County, New York a town of 11,000 pop., on Mohawk River and Erie Canal, at the junction of the Rome, Watertown & Ogdensburg Railroad with the New York Central Railroad, 14 miles from Utica. An active business place.
Utica, Oneida County, New York a city of 30,000 pop., on Mohawk River, Erie Canal, and New York Central Railroad, 95 miles from Albany. Extensively engaged in various manufactures, and the center of a rich agricultural district.
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