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Site of Ca-Na-Wau-Gus. . Seneca Indian village. . Birthplace of Cornplanter . and Handsome Lake . the Peace Prophet. .
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Big Springs Ancient Indian camp site on Niagara Trail. Earliest white tourist 1615. Scottish settlers 1799. Terminus Pioneer R.R. 1838.
In memory of the men who served in defence of our country
1885 1935 State Hatchery First state fish hatchery 1870 Seth Green "Father of Fish Culture" Superintendent
1817 Seth Green 1888 Father of fish culture in America. World-famed pioneer in conservation, in 1837 devised and here in 1864 developed the artificial propagation of fish.
Site of Ca-Na-Wau-GusSeneca Indian VillageBirthplace of Cornplanter and Handsome Lake the Peace Prophet
Genesee Valley Canal port. Named for Wells Fowler, the first settler and postmaster 1816. Canal Warehouses and tavern called Spencerville.
Organized 1803 as town of Southampton; name changed to Caledonia 1806; Scottish emigrants settled 1799 Village incorporated 1891
In memory of a soldier of the War of 1812buried here 1814My brave lad he sleepsIn his faded coat of blueIn his lonely grave unknownLies the heart that beat so true
1826-1891Lived here 20 yearsFamous Poet & Song Writer