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 Warsaw (town), New York - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The village is the county seat of Wyoming County.
The Town of Warsaw was founded in 1803 from the Town of Batavia (in Genesee County).
Warsaw -- The Village of Warsaw on Route 20A.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Warsaw_(town),_New_York   (582 words)

 Warsaw (village), New York - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The Village of Warsaw is near the center of the town in a deep valley.
In 1840, a group of abolitionists who had broken away from the American Anti-Slavery Society met in a church in Warsaw to form the United States Liberty Party, the first political party built on a platform of abolishing slavery.
According to the United States Census Bureau, the village has a total area of 10.7 km² (4.1 mi²).
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Warsaw_(village),_New_York   (588 words)

 New York Marriage License Laws > Marriage Requirements - NY
A marriage may not take place in New York State between an ancestor and descendant, a brother and sister (full or half blood), an uncle and niece or an aunt and nephew, regardless of whether or not these persons are legitimate or illegitimate offspring.
Ministers do not have to be licensed except that before performing marriages in New York City, the minister must register his or her name and address in the office of the city clerk of the city of New York.
You must apply to the borough office of the City Clerk of New York in the borough where the license was issued.
usmarriagelaws.com /search/united_states/new_york/index.shtml   (2055 words)

 Western New York Heritage Press   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-04)
Warsaw, New York, located at the intersection of Routes 20A (Buffalo Street) and 19 (Main Street), was incorporated in 1843.
The population of Warsaw grew accordingly, from 1,900 in 1890 to 3,300 in 1892.
And Warsaw resident Dr. Augustus Frank, U.S. Congressman, an organizer of the Republican Party, co-sponsored the 13th amendment to the Constitution in 1865 which abolished slavery forever in the U.S. The images below are from postcards made in the early 20th century.
wnyheritagepress.org /photosofweek/warsaw.htm   (481 words)

 History of Warsaw   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-04)
Warsaw, named for the capital of Poland, was platted October 21, 1836 and was incorporated March 8, 1854 with 752 inhabitants.
The Warsaw Summer Resort Association was founded in the fall of 1885 for the purpose of improving and developing the natural advantages of Warsaw as a summer resort.
Agrarian economy is dominant in the county - One of the top-producing counties in the U.S. Chamber of Commerce deeded 116.3 acres to the City for construction of the Warsaw Airport.
www.warsawcity.net /History/historycity.htm   (3284 words)

 Warsaw New York – Our Community, Rochester NY Personal Injury Attorneys, Wycoming County, Niagra Region
As of the 2000 Census, the village was reported to have a population of 3,814 and 5,423 people are residing in the town.
The residents of Warsaw were supporters of the Underground Railroad and were instrumental in organizing the Warsaw Antislavery Society in 1833.
Some of New York’s most magnificent scenery is located in Letchworth State Park which is home of the Genesse Gorge, sometimes called the “Grand Canyon of the East.
www.rochesterinjury.com /warsaw.html   (504 words)

 Tour 5:Main Street Tour, Warsaw, NY
Warsaw became the county seat, providing support for the development of more mercantile and service businesses as well as the county buildings themselves.
Warsaw's growth and its physical appearance was especially influenced by the salt industry.
The new Courthouse, completed in 1999, is on the site of the former Sheriff's residence and jail, a late Victorian brick building with parapets and embellished cornices that was demolished for the construction of the new building.
www.warsawhistory.org /tours/tour5.html   (1974 words)

 Untitled Document
The WARSAW CEMETERY ASSOCIATION, INC., is a duly organized existing not for profit Cemetery Corporation and the owner of the immediately adjacent property to the South, and operates the land which is the subject of this action as a cemetery.
GOTT was questioned as to a news articles from September, 1982, as to ownership of the property, as well as statements made by him in a deposition in 1994 attributing much of the work he had did at or about the hill and cemetery as a public service.
Finally, as to the large rear portion, even though the property was not held by the VILLAGE in a governmental or a sovereign capacity, it is the Court's Decision, that the adverse possession claim fails due to Defendant's inability to sustain his burden of proof.
www.courts.state.ny.us /library/buffalo/cases/gott.html   (7457 words)

 New York's Premier Alternative Newspaper. Arts, Music, Food, Movies and Opinion   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-04)
Nor can Village Voice Media claim that other Voice publications are diluting their brand or making it generic, because it was already generic when Norman Mailer chose it as the name of the newborn paper in 1955.
The pile of papers with Voice in their title is deep and varied, and at least one New York area paper–the Voice, published by the Jewish Federation of Camden County–beat the Village Voice to the trademark punch by 17 years.
Village Voice Media may be topped by veterans of the old-school alternative press, but it’s now a business machine at heart, and lives according to the logic of the beast–insufferable corporate lawyers, scare tactics, activities that lead to antitrust investigations, all of it.
www.nypress.com /16/17/news&columns/feature.cfm   (2006 words)

 Warsaw, New York NY, village profile (Wyoming County) - hotels, festivals, genealogy, newspapers - ePodunk
New York > All counties > Wyoming County > Warsaw
At the time of the 2000 census, the per capita income in Warsaw was $17,483, compared with $21,587 nationally.
Median rent in Warsaw, at the time of the 2000 Census, was $396.
www.epodunk.com /cgi-bin/genInfo.php?locIndex=1878   (529 words)

 Rock Paper Scissors - Warsaw Village Band, People's Spring (World Village) - Take a village, build a band
Warsaw Village Band is recently back from New York and a whirlwind tour though Germany.
Warsaw Village Band, he says, is "looking somewhere in the roots and also looking forward," blending old techniques with new influences into a hybrid they call "bio-techno."
A "village band" in every sense, the group often travels to the small villages of Poland, learning almost-forgotten music.
www.rockpaperscissors.biz /index.cfm/fuseaction/current.articles_detail/project_id/138/article_id/2467.cfm   (387 words)

 Wyoming County, New York Genealogical Records Information
Birth, marriage and Death records are filed with the Clerk of the city, town or village in which the event occurred.
The Vital Records Section of the New York State Department of Health files certificates for births, deaths and marriages that occurred in New York State outside of New York City since 1881.
The County is almost wholly an agricultural section, with grains, hay and dairying as the main form of farming, although there are heavy plantings of fruit trees and in some parts vegetables, particularly potatoes, are the main crops.
www.mynewyorkgenealogy.com /ny_county/wy.htm   (1105 words)

 Rock Paper Scissors - Warsaw Village Band, People's Spring (World Village) - Warsaw Village Band takes tradition on the ...
Things were suddenly bumped into a higher gear for the band when they released their second album, People's Spring, in February, and took home a BBC Radio 3 World Music Award in the Newcomer category in March.
Warsaw Village Band, he says, is "looking somewhere in the roots and also looking forward," blending old techniques with new influences into a cultural hybrid they call "bio-techno."
A "village band" in every sense, the group often travels to the small villages of rural Poland, learning almost-forgotten music from old masters.
www.rockpaperscissors.biz /index.cfm/fuseaction/current.articles_detail/project_id/138/article_id/2470.cfm   (450 words)

 Lizzie   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-04)
She was with her sister Agnes in the New York City Asylum in June of 1870.
On 12 December 1889, at Warsaw, Wyoming County, NY, Lizzie married Samuel Benedict Whitlock, or Benedict Samuel Whitlock, was born 29 September 1852 in Warsaw Village, Wyoming, NY, and died 1915.
After the death of her husband Lizzie was at Johnstown, Fulton, New York in 1920 where she appears to have been working in a glove makers shop.
www.csls.co.uk /genealogy/StevPark/lizzie.htm   (313 words)

 Democrat & Chronicle: Local News   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-04)
The activities of abolitionists in Warsaw and the lives of Snowden and another escaped slave, Eliza Jones Burghardt, are becoming better known, thanks to the efforts of volunteer researchers.
Indeed, their work is a kind of case study in the upside and the frustrating downside of trying to work through the layers of time, rumor and secrecy that cover the history of the Underground Railroad.
She, too, is glad to have the new evidence of her family's past.
www.democratandchronicle.com /apps/pbcs.dll/article?AID=/20050207/NEWS01/502070326/1002/NEWS   (1351 words)

 New York Architecture Images- SEARCH- lower east side
Today it is one of New York's favorite bargain beats, where serious shoppers find fantastic bargains (especially along Orchard Street on a Sunday afternoon), cutting-edge new designers, and hot bars and music venues - and possibly the best place to get a great pastrami sandwich, pickles out of a barrel, and the world's best bialys.
Cooperative Village, for example, a 4,500-apartment complex south of the Williamsburg Bridge built as housing for union members, was for decades heavily Orthodox Jewish.
Throughout, greater Greenwich Village steadfastly marched to its diverse destiny as the spiritual, educational, and cultural avant guarde of the City.
www.nyc-architecture.com /LES/LES.htm   (4839 words)

 Warsaw Village Band   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-04)
The Warsaw Village band serves both as conservators and innovators of Polish music.
The Warsaw Village Band recently won the BBC Radio-3’s 2004 World Music Award in the Newcomer category.
In a country that's rich with remarkable new music in all genres, it's a celebration of the essence, the spirit and texture of village music, and proof that it has the energy to skip across the generations to be embraced as an adventure…” - Andrew Cronshaw, fROOTS Magazine, May 2003
www.polishculture-nyc.org /WVB2004.htm   (282 words)

 CNN.com - New York City Guide - Feb 13, 2006
Most people visiting New York these days seem to be there to pick up an iPod, so you might as well get it straight from source at the minimalist Apple Store in SoHo.
There are plenty of contenders for the best view of New York, but two worth checking out are from the Brooklyn Promenade at night and from the roof terrace of the Metropolitan Museum of Art.
It's easy to forget New York is basically a collection of islands -- the Bronx is the only part of the city that is geographically connected to the U.S. mainland -- so take a boat trip around Manhattan from Pier 83.
www.cnn.com /2006/TRAVEL/02/03/newyork.guide   (1162 words)

 Fairport New York – Our Community, Rochester NY Personal Injury Attorneys, Erie Canal, Perinton
Fairport, New York is an exquisitely charming village found in the town of Perinton.
A suburb of bustling metropolitan Rochester, the third largest city in New York State, tiny Fairport proudly retains its quaint, historic glamour and friendly front-porch atmosphere.
Fairport, New York is the "Crown Jewel of the Erie Canal".
www.rochesterinjury.com /fairport.html   (585 words)

 Warsaw Historical Society, Warsaw, NY   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-04)
The Warsaw Historical Society began in the late 1800's at Augustus Frank's home on North Main Street.
The Society was chartered by the New York State Education Department in 1946.
The Board of Directors of the Warsaw Historical Society encourages anyone with interest in local history to join the Society.
www.warsawhistory.org /society.html   (186 words)

 American Tap Dance Foundation
VILLAGE VOICE “Public events at the Duke on 42nd Street reflected racial, cultural, generational, physical, and stylistic diversity that much of the dance world would do well to emulate.
NEW YORK “…the Stomp cast will be sulking as Tap City 2001 steals their fan base for a week...
NEW YORK NEWSDAY "The Dancers of the ATDO function as a true component of an orchestra, making their work a fulfillment of one of the original motives of tap dancing in which tapping can embody both rhythm and melody."
www.atdf.org /reviews.html   (1407 words)

 Sucess Stories   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-04)
New York State’s Environmental Facilities Corporation stands ready and able to assist communities and businesses alike in reaching their environmental goals.
Whether it’s helping to fund a large-scale wastewater treatment plant or lending a hand to a small marina to build a pumpout station, EFC has been at the forefront in keeping our water and air clean for future generations.
By coming up with affordable capital for clean water projects and lending its expertise to small business owners, EFC is helping to create a cleaner, safer environment for all New Yorkers.
www.nysefc.org /stories/success.htm   (121 words)

 Warsaw Village Band - Press
In a country that's rich with remarkable new music in all genres, it's a celebration of the essence, the spirit and texture of village music, and proof that it has the energy to skip across the generations to be embraced as an adventure by at least some of the cool youth.
The most interesting instrument in the collection of the WARSAW VILLAGE BAND is certain to be the Suka, played by Sylwia: an old Polish form of the violin, originating in the sixteenth century, with strings that are played with the fingernails.
Warsaw Village Band is a result of response against narrow-mindedness and surrounding us mass-culture, which in fact leads to destruction of human dignity.
www.warsawvillageband.net /Press.html   (3014 words)

 DATELINE NEW YORK: Village life, complete with rituals (09/05/99)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-04)
Tertsiia's manager, Roman Klymovsky, said the group is heading to appearances in Warsaw and Kyiv, and Peter Rybchuk, editor of Zakordonna Hazeta, which co-sponsored the tour with Air Ukraine/Uzbekistan Airways, added that the ensemble will be back in the U.S. during the Christmas season.
At another event, New York author and Svitovyd editor Maria Rewakowicz piqued the interest of an audience at the Sports Club as she read selections from her books of haunting love poems, some in Ukrainian, others in English translation.
Kowalchuk returned to the New York stage a few months ago in another original, highly unusual piece, "Asphyxia and Other Promises," a modern absurdist tale based on an Italian fairytale.
www.ukrweekly.com /Archive/1999/369918.shtml   (1882 words)

It means I am a Credentialed Alcohol and Substance Abuse Counselor in the State of New York.
I have worked as a counselor in the field of addictions both in New York and Florida for over twenty years now.
I gave up the beaches to get back to the four seasons of Central New York State: sparkling crisp spring days, hot summer days away from hurricanes, golden autumn days and, yes, I do love bleak and dreary winter days which I honestly missed as well as beautiful snowy days.
www.eustress.com /me.html   (792 words)

 The Probert Encyclopaedia - Places of the World (Wa-We)
Wadelai is a village on the Upper Nile and was the chief station of Emin Pasha.
Waterloo is a village in Belgium that was the scene of a battle in 1815 when the British commander wellington defeated the French emperor napoleon.
Watervliet is a city in Albany County New York, USA on the west bank of the Hudson river directly across the river from Troy.
fas.org /news/reference/probert/GX.HTM   (10636 words)

 The Next Big Thing: This Is What It's Like to Be Human (March 04, 2005)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-04)
They don't make radio news reports like they used to (and that might not be such a bad thing).
A dose of commentary from Lisa Fletcher, who can be found most mornings handing out copies of AM New York, a free newspaper, to subway commuters in downtown Manhattan.
Artist Tim Hawkinson's enormous "Überorgan" installation premiered in New York City a few years ago, and is now back, as part of a show of his work put up by the Whitney Museum.
www.nextbigthing.org /archive/episode.html?03042005   (327 words)

 Western New York Genealogical Society Inc.
SILVER SPRINGS VILLAGE - Incorporated 1897 Records are kept by the Town of Gainesville.
PERRY VILLAGE - Incorporated 1830 Records are kept by the Town Clerk.
In cases where data is not available, it can be assumed that the dates of records are similar to the other towns in the county.
www.wnygs.org /wyoming-vr.html   (137 words)

 Reading Lists -- Library of Congress LIVE (Events and Programs Featuring the Library's Collections)
New York: Antheneum Books for Young Readers, 2003.
New York: Antheneum Books for Young Readers, 1996.
New York: Jump at the Sun/Hyperion Books for Children, 1998.
www.loc.gov /loc/kidslc/live-reading.html   (900 words)

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