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Loveliest village of the plain. Brockport was named for founder Hiel Brockway and became incorporated as a village in April 6, From to a factory in Brockport manufactured McCormick reapers. Carthage was named for the ancient African City. In Phoenician it means new town. Cayuga is an old Indian name which means "place for the canoe landing" Charlotte - In William Pulteney of England, who had bought thousands of acres in Western New York, died, and his daughter, Lady Bath, inherited the property.
She died, July 14, , without issue, and her cousin, Sir John Lowther Johnstone, became the heir of her American real estate. Chili was formed from Riga and named for Republic of Chile in South America although how the pronunciation changed is unknown Clarkson was settled in and named after Matthew Clarkson, a businessman from NYC, who donated some land to the town then called Murray.
It soon became an important point on the road to the Niagara Frontier because of its stage stop where the horses were changed and weary travelers given a chance to refresh themselves with food and drink. At one time several mills and distilleries stood on the road near Clarkson. In the War of it was a rendezvous for troops and a depot for military supplies.
Close to the highway, is the Selden Homestead. From to this was the home of Judge Henry Rogers Selden, lieutenant governor of the state, His son, George Baldwin Selden recognized as the inventor of the automobile engine, was born in this house. Dansville, one of the gateways to the Genesee country, lies in a valley flanked by hills. One of the earliest settlers was Daniel Faulkner who came to the valley from Pennsylvania in and built the first sawmill.
The settlement was named for him. Nathaniel Rochester had his home here before the founding of Rochesterville. While visiting Dansville on a lecture tour in , Clara Barton was attracted by the water cure at the Dansville Sanatorium and purchased an adjacent house for a country home.
The village contains two small parks, Edmund Lyon Park and Eyer Park, and two golf courses, limited in their use to members only. New spread far and people came from far to buy corn from them and the Place became known as Egypt for the long journey many had to get there. Fairport - The growth of the village began about , with the construction of the Erie Canal. The first frame house, built in , on the site of the present Green Lantern Inn, was later moved to the east end of Church Street, where it' still stands.
Deland Chemical later became Fairport Vinegar Works - makers of Certo brand pectin used to jell foodstuffs. Gates was named for General Horatio Gates, Revolutionary soldier. It was named June 10, Genesee comes from an Indian word "Chenussio" meaning beautiful valley. Greece - from Gates and named for the kingdom of Greece on March 22, It was named February 22, Honeoye was the trading center for the surrounding farms and, in season, for the lake residents. The house was the birthplace of the Pitts daughter who became the second wife of Frederick Douglass.
Ithaca was named by Simeon DeWitt, the state surveyor general, after the town where Ulysses, Greek hero, lived. I rondequoit was formed from Brighton March 27, Mendon was named for Mendon, Mass. Mount Morris was named for Robert Morris, financier of the American Revolution, who bought from Ebenezer Allen the land on which the village stands.
He planted an orchard here with a view to making this his permanent home, but he changed his plans. Ogden was named for William Ogden, one of the first proprietors of the town of Parma formed in , and it was part of the Phelps-Gorham mill yard tract. Ontario from an Indian name meaning beautiful prospect of rocks, hill and water. Penfield named for Daniel Penfield who owned much land in the area.
It was formed March 30, Perinton named for Glover Perrin, the first permanent settler of the town. It was formed May 26, Pittsford was named by Col. Caleb Hopkins who had come from Pittsford, Vermont. Northfield became Boyle in , when Penfield and Perinton had been established and separated. In the name was changed to Smallwood. When Brighton was separated from the town, it was renamed Pittsford by Caleb Hopkins after his hometown of Pittsford, Vt.
Pittsford was divided again when Henrietta was established in Brighton was divided in when Irondequoit was formed, and, in , Penfield and Webster were formed as two separate towns.
Rush named for the patches of rushes in the town along the river and Honeoye Creek; the early locality was called Rush Bottom. It was formed from Avon March 13, Another theory was that it was named for Dr.
Benjamin Rush, one of the signers of the Declaration of Independence. Skaneateles is an Indian name meaning "long lake. Sweden is believed to be named for the country of Sweden since some of the first settlers came form Sweden, Maine. It was formed from Penfield February 6, Unable to buy the land outright, Phelps asked them for a piece of land west of the Genesee to build a mill which they could use grind their corn and saw timber.
The Indians asked how much land this would take and Phelps replied a piece about 12 miles wide by 24 miles long from about Avon to Lake Ontario. The Indians were reluctant to part with such a large tract but upon Phelps assurance it was all needed, granted his request. This strip of land contained about , acres and was designated the Genesee Falls Mill Lot. Phelps hired one Ebenezer Indian Allan to build the mill and in return gave him acres of land commencing at the center of the mill extending equal distances up, down and west of the river to contain the acres in a square form.
So far as we know no deed ever passed between Phelps and Allen, but in a deed for 20, acres embracing the site of Rochester west of the Genesee sold to Cortus Pomeroy a note indicates an exception for the land previously granted Allan. He joined the Indians against the American settlements and committed atrocities. Allan wanted the money to push forward his mill enterprise.
With the assistance of Indians Allan cut and dressed both stones. This waterfall was obliterated by building the canal aqueduct. In Allan moved his assortment of wives, children and other relatives, legal and otherwise, into the mill. He shod his own horses and repaired guns for himself and the Indians.
He was anything but lazy, with a bold appearance, determined look, and the faculty of controlling all about him. He usually had 30 Indians at work and in return supplied them and their families with everything them needed including whiskey. Wherever Allan went a company of Indians went with him to do his bidding. When he stayed at the mill, the Indians encamped at Exchange Street at the Indian spring. Allan was adopted as a member of the Seneca Nation and named Genusheeo, but called Indian Allan by the whites who greatly disliked him.
He married a Seneca squaw whose English name was Sally. In Allan bought a stock of goods in Philadelphia and reopened his trading post in Mt. Morris, leaving his brother-in-law Christopher Dugan in charge of the mills. He probably left the mills for good soon after the sale of the acre tract to Mr. Barton sold the acres to Samuel B.
Williamson was the general sales manager for the Pulteney project. He was a Scotchman, an organizer, and, what counted in those days, a gentleman of the period.
In some respects he was very modern, and, as we read his career, he was a master salesman. Good food, good wine, good company. He read books, organized the first theater west of New York, kissed the babies and made love to their mothers. They made no effort to settle the tract until Nathaniel Rochester surveyed the land and hired Enos Stone to sell lots.
He also persuaded the town of Brighton to open a road from Pittsford along the present East Avenue and build a wooden bridge over the river. The war of slowed down the settlement since the British threatened to destroy lake improvements and landings. After the War settlement became very rapid with competition among various villages like Carthage and Frankfort.
Nathaniel Rochester moved his family to Bloomfield in , the year he helped found St. He persuaded Matthew and Francis Brown to layout their Frankfort village streets to line up with the streets in the acre tract to form Rochesterville in Matthew and Francis Brown built the race at the upper falls in As part of the celebrations marking the th anniversary of the voyage of Christopher Columbus to the western hemisphere, the magazine promoted the idea of a flag ceremony on Columbus Day in every school in America.
Bellamy wrote the Pledge for students to recite as flags were raised over schoolhouses across the country. On September 8,, the Boston based "The Youth's Companion" magazine published a few words for students to repeat on Columbus Day that year. Written by Francis Bellamy, the circulation manager and native of Rome, New York, and reprinted on thousands of leaflets, was sent out to public schools across the country.
On October 12, , the quadri-centennial of Columbus' arrival, more than 12 million children recited the Pledge of Allegiance, thus beginning a required school-day ritual. For clarity, the words "the Flag of the United States" replaced "my flag". In the following years various other changes were suggested but were never formally adopted.
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In addition, Amtrak train and Greyhound bus have stations in downtown Rochester to the north of the campus. Rochester observes several traditional events throughout the year with diverse history.
Convocation celebrates the start of the academic year and provides the opportunity for students, faculty, and staff to come together. The ceremony opens with a processional by faculty and administrators in traditional regalia , features presentation of the Goergen Awards for contributions to undergraduate education, and is accompanied by a picnic, activities fair and performances.
Commencement is the formal end of the academic year. The university community gathers for a large ceremony of the Eastman Quadrangle. Members of the Board of Trustees, the President of the University, the President of the Senior Class, and a speaker selected by the administration offer remarks and advice. Degrees are then conferred at separate ceremonies by school and department.
Yellowjacket Weekend directly follows Freshman Orientation. With the entire student body reunited, this weekend serves as the first official welcome to the Fall semester. Meliora Weekend combines homecoming , class reunions , and family weekend. Events run from Thursday through Sunday and unite all campuses through common programming and events.
Winterfest Weekend is the kickoff to the second semester and allows students to bask in the snowy Rochester winters. Highlights of the weekend include comedic performances previous comedians include Demetri Martin , B.
Novak and Michael Ian Black , sleigh rides and ice skating. Dandelion Day , colloquially known as D-Day , was a Saturday late in the spring semester established as an annual respite around final exams with extensive celebrations, recently accompanied by a carnival and musical guests.
Previous years have featured Super Mash Bros. OK Go performed in In , D-Day was moved from Saturday to Friday and has since been rebranded as the start of Springfest Weekend in an effort by the administration to refocus the focus from revelry and debauchery. While the women of Prince Street moved to the River Campus in , the event remained single gender until when women joined the men in 17th century garb.
The student body selects one faculty member each year to tell the story of the student and the boar. While each raconteur takes their own poetic liberties, the arc is the same: Wilson Day, named for university benefactor Joseph C Wilson , is day of community service for all incoming university students which include working on neighborhood picnics, voter registrations, painting, landscaping, meal service, and various other service efforts in the community. List of Nobel Laureates affiliated with the University of Rochester.
The University of Rochester has more than , alumni as of Harris School of Public Policy Studies , and other graduate and professional schools. In total, Deans of four of the U. Paul Singer businessman B. Payne , graduated in , Congressman , first House Majority Leader. Wilson Commons student union. Designed by the architectural firm of I.
The old student union, Todd Union now home to the Music and Theater departments , with its replacement, Wilson Commons, in the background. According to one tradition [ dubious — discuss ] , if an undergraduate steps on the yellow seal at the base of this clock tower, he or she will not graduate in four years, but in five or more.
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