Gennessee = Genesee River
, which flows north through central New York State to Lake Ontario--at the time of Cooper's story it was still on the frontier of settlement}
The new single-track bridge expected to take about three years to construct will be 900 feet long and located about 75 feet south of the current iron truss bridge, which spans the Genesee River
The new single-track bridge -- expected to take about three years to construct -- will be 900 feet long and located about 75 feet south of the current iron truss bridge, which spans the Genesee River
Late last month Gannett's Democrat and Chronicle of upstate New York said it had signed a lease for 40,000 square feet over two floors in an addition to be built on an existing building about a half-mile away, on the other side of the Genesee River
At least on the map, the Genesee River
dominates the city and region of Rochester, New York, as it cuts northward to bisect downtown before entering a deep gorge and joining its waters to Lake Ontario (see Figure 1).
September found Yeo and Chauncey fighting actions off the mouth of the Genesee River
and again off Burlington, which left Yeo's flag ship, the HMS Wolfe, badly damaged by the General Pike.
But four months later his corpse was found in the Genesee River
THIS is a fascinating look inside the mind of serial killer Arthur Shawcross, who terrorised New York State from 1972 to 1990, murdering 13 people as the Genesee River
Certainly, volume has slackened -- Scofield sold 120 homes in 2007, versus 150 at the market's 2005 height, he said -- but values are climbing 3 percent a year in the upper-scale communities east of the Genesee River
, such as Pittsford, Henrietta and Victor.
The Genesee Brewery was founded in 1878, on the banks of its namesake Genesee River
, which flows through the center of Rochester.
Our tour of the area had started in Rochester, a city of around 220,000 with the Genesee River
running through it, a 96ft-high, city-centre waterfall, and a children's museum where kids cry because they don't want to leave.
I tell them of the solace I found in my troublesome college days by walking a deserted railroad bed on the bank of the Genesee River