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" ... winter of 1836-1837 was the coldest and the longest I have ever experienced. Navigation did not open until the end of May, and the ice did not entirely disappear from the lake until June loth. We were literally ice-bound that winter, and as there... "
A History of Buffalo: Delineating the Evolution of the City - Page 55
by Josephus Nelson Larned - 1911
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Publications, Volume 8

Buffalo Historical Society - 1905 - 646 pages
...literally ice-bound that winter, and as there was no means of transportation except by stage coach or sleighing, everybody stayed at home, contributing...center. The guests were often not a few from Batavia, Le Roy, Lewiston, Niagara-on-the-Lake and Niagara Falls. It is doubtful if a finer or more genial set...
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Publications, Volume 8

Buffalo Historical Society (Buffalo, N.Y.) - 1905 - 704 pages
...literally ice-bound that winter, and as there was no means of transportation except by stage coach or sleighing, everybody stayed at home, contributing...center. The guests were often not a few from Batavia, Le Roy, Lewiston, Niagara-on-the-Lake and Niagara Falls. It is doubtful if a finer or more genial set...
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The Progress of the Empire State: The History of Buffalo

Charles Arthur Conant - 1913 - 384 pages
...not open until the end of May, and the ice did not entirely disappear from the lake until June 10th. We were literally ice-bound that winter, and as there...was much enhanced, late in the '305 or early in the '405, by the military post then established by the government, on the tract of ground between Main,...
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Publications of the Buffalo Historical Society, Volume 8

Buffalo Historical Society (Buffalo, N.Y.) - 1905 - 644 pages
...literally ice-bound that winter, and as there was no means of transportation except by stage coach or sleighing, everybody stayed at home, contributing...center. The guests were often not a few from Batavia, Le Roy, Lewiston, Niagara-on-the-Lake and Niagara Falls. It is doubtful if a finer or more genial set...
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