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A village of east-central New York west-southwest of Schenectady. It was founded in 1787 by William Cooper, the father of James Fenimore Cooper, who used the region as the setting for his Leatherstocking Tales. The National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum is here.
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Coo•pers•town(ˈku pərzˌtaʊn, ˈkʊp ərz-)
a town in central New York: location of National Baseball Hall of Fame. 2342.
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|Noun||1.||Cooperstown - a small town in east central New York; site of the National Baseball Hall of Fame|
National Baseball Hall of Fame - a Hall of Fame and museum in Cooperstown, New York, honoring great baseball players
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