Fredonia


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Fredonia

(frēdō`nēə), village (1990 pop. 10,436), Chautauqua co., SW N.Y., near Lake Erie; inc. 1829. Grape juice, wine, and canned foods are produced. Fredonia was the site of the first natural-gas well in the United States. The first local unit of the Granger movementGranger movement,
American agrarian movement taking its name from the National Grange of the Patrons of Husbandry, an organization founded in 1867 by Oliver H. Kelley and six associates. Its local units were called granges and its members grangers.
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 was also founded there. The State Univ. of New York has a campus at Fredonia.
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Caption: The Light Lab at State University of New York at Fredonia. Photo courtesy of Fredonia Department of Theatre and Dance.
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The last day of the hike, your legs are numb as you march towards your end point, Russell Joy Park in Fredonia. After four days of hiking, camping and cooking with some of your closest, and most distant, classmates, you can't wait to reach the park.