Chautauqua Lake


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Chautauqua Lake

(shətô`kwə), 18 mi (29 km) long and from 1 to 3 mi (1.6–4.8 km) wide, W N.Y., SW of Buffalo, in a resort, vineyarding, and orcharding area. JamestownJamestown.
1 City (1990 pop. 34,681), Chautauqua co., W N.Y., on Chautauqua Lake; founded c.1806, inc. as a city 1886. It is the business and financial center of a dairy, livestock, and vineyard area.
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 lies at its southeast end, Chautauqua on the northwest.
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12 May 2010 - S&P on Tuesday lifted to A+ from A its underlying (SPUR) ratings on Chautauqua Lake Central School District, New York's general obligation (GO) bonds.
Cruises on the "Summer Wind" are an ideal way to enjoy the natural beauty of Chautauqua Lake.
The Institution, originally the Chautauqua Lake Sunday School Assembly, was founded in 1874 as an educational experiment in out-of-school, vacation learning.
For decades, Chautauqua Lake had remained a cozy gathering spot for locals and tourists but had never managed to establish itself as the kind of large-scale destination needed to sustain the area's economy year-round.
In Chautauqua Lake, the Conroes first observed persistent late-summer blooms during the 1970s.
The Senator John Heinz Pittsburgh Regional History Center is located at 1212 Smallman Street in the city's historic Strip District in the former Chautauqua Lake Ice Company building.
Lawrence River, Niagara River, Chautauqua Lake, and Buffalo Harbor.
In Chautauqua County, he recommends Chautauqua Lake, Bear Lake and Cassadaga Lake.
South of the Chautauqua Lake Memorial Bridge (Interstate 86) is some of the best largemouth bass fishing north of the Mason-Dixon Line.
One report from 1872 documents the capture of a 120-pound paddlefish from Chautauqua Lake in Chautauqua County.
Excluding the Great Lakes and their tributaries, the top five waters that received the largest number of anglers were: Oneida Lake, Chautauqua Lake, Lake George, the Hudson River and the Delaware River.
The Ohio strain occurs in Chautauqua Lake, the Allegheny River, Waneta Lake and in the Chazy River, a tributary to Lake Champlain.