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chautauqua

(ʃəˈtɔːkwə)
n
(Education) (in the US, formerly) a summer school or educational meeting held in the summer
[C19: named after Chautauqua, a lake in New York near which such a school was first held]

Chau•tau•qua

(ʃəˈtɔ kwə, tʃə-)

n.
1. Lake, a lake in SW New York. 18 mi. (29 km) long.
2. a village on this lake: summer educational center.
3. the annual summer meetings of this center, with public lectures, concerts, etc.
4. (usu. l.c.) a similar assembly elsewhere.

Chautauqua

 an educational assembly modelled on that at Lake Chautauqua, 1874.
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After extensive research we found that the best sources of ash lumber for the application of baseball bats offering strength, flexibility and the desired weight came from a county in northern Pennsylvania, and Cattaraugus and Chatauqua counties in New York.
The region's cultural pluralism and creolization of sounds and dance steps have also been influenced by the many different kinds of musicians touring the region and working the dance hall, vaudeville, and Chatauqua circuits.
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