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Western New York is a western region of New York State. There are the Buffalo, Rochester, Niagara Falls, and around the Great Lakes lowlands, the Genesee Valley, and the cities of the Southern Tier's remote rural areas in Western New York. Some historians, scholars, and others in Monroe, West New York border is intentional to be at the Orleans County line. However, most of the area east of West New York County Wayne County is considered. Buffalo and Rochester counties are New York to the west of the area characterize by the New York media market. Wyoming counties and the Rochester market in the market to buy an eight-Holland Buffalo County from Wayne County apply to northeastward.

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      Western NY Recreation, Culture and Attractions
The Western New York has mixed cultural and Southern Tier of Western New York, with a dose of Appalachian State in an overlapping region, culturally, in combination with the midwest and northeast. Buffalo, New York city, an economic and cultural term by more than two to Chicago or Cleveland, OH collectively appears to have had the most visitors. Chicago compared to the traditional steel and automobile manufacturing partnership built throughout a common industrial base to run from the list. The two cities have been developed at the same time in American history, street patterns, structure, and ethnic communities that share a common appearance. Western New York is the American English of the Northern cities vowel shift factor is part of the territory of the North region, the dialect of a particular type, "Buffalo English," heard in many areas. Friday Fish Fry in Western New York in particular are a number of restaurants. Catholics still stop eating meat on Friday, when the fish fry, Lent is the time to have certain popularity. There are a number of teams to participate in semi-professional and amateur football in Western New York.

      Western NY Demographics
Western New York Total Population is 2,000
Western New York Male Population is 1,004
Western New York Female Population is 900
Western New York White Population is 1,900
Western New York Two or more races Population is 20
Western New York American Indian Population is 13
Western New York Asian Population is 12
Western New York Hispanic Population is 12
Western New York Black Population is 4

      Western NY History
Western New York history starts from before the Revolutionary War. Western New York area until the 17th century, northern Niagara region and is surrounded by the Allegheny River and the Erie Indians Wenrohronon in the Neutral Nation. Seneca nation and the lives of their friends Senecas of the Iroquois Confederacy or the Huron, because mingled with the Beaver Wars between 1638 and 1701, during the wars of the tribes were removed. Western New York, the land of the territory ceded to England at the end of 1701 in the Beaver Wars, the Iroquois by the contract, which was acquired from Nanfan. At the time of New France in the Seven Years' War, the British colonies of the four colonies are Pennsylvania, New York, Massachusetts and Connecticut unsettled land and sued; dispute was finally settled in favor of a century later in New York. Western New York in the United States and Canada during the War of 1812, the British and became the center of military operations was part of the boundary between the Borderland. Two of the major cities of Western New York, Buffalo, and Rochester, greatly helped from the Erie Canal were opened. During the 19th century, a time of steady growth in Buffalo and one in the United States in the 10 most populous cities. In the 20th century, the area of the grain, steel, and coal transport to a central point, the United States became part of the Rust Belt. Bethlehem Steel is the 2nd world's largest steel mill in the number of empty steel left, during the economic decline experienced deindustrialization.

Western NY Transportation
Western New York's Interstate 90, Interstate 86 in the Southern Tier, and the Genesee Valley area, Interstate 390 serve. Buffalo - Niagara Falls metropolitan area, Interstate 190, Interstate 290, Interstate 990 serves. U.S. Route 219 Express from Buffalo through Cattaraugus County in Western New York in the expansion of the project provides another major road. The most common passenger service in Western New York, Buffalo - Niagara International Airport, and there are two airports serving the Greater Rochester International Airport. A third air facility serves the Greater Toronto area airport. Western New York, Greater Rochester International Airport, the second major airport in the Buffalo - Niagara International Airport is seen as more traffic. Rochester, Buffalo - depyu, and the Niagara Falls and Buffalo-Exchange; Western New York Empire Corridor service, there are four railroad stations. The main goal of the implementation of high-speed rail service is the best in Western New York and Upstate New York are linked to the rest of New York City.

      Western NY Colleges and Universities
Alfred University, Alfred, NY, United States - 2,300 Students
Bryant & Stratton College, Buffalo, New York, USA - 13,803 Students
Buffalo State College, Buffalo, New York, United States - 11,659 Students
Canisius College, Buffalo, New York, United States - 5,152 Students
D'Youville College, Buffalo, New York, United States - 3,200 Students
Daemen College, Amherst, New York, United States - 2,958 Students
Empire State College, Saratoga Springs, New York, USA - 16,825 Students
Erie Community College, Williamsville, NY, US - 14,328 Students
Finger Lakes Community College, Canandaigua, NY, US - 6,699 Students
Genesee Community College, Batavia, NY, US - 7,208 Students
Hilbert College, Hamburg, New York, USA - 1,100 Students
Hobart and William Smith Colleges, Geneva, New York, USA - 2110 Students
Houghton College, Houghton, New York, United States - 1,105 Students
Jamestown Community College, Jamestown, NY, US - 4,182 Students
Medaille College, Buffalo, New York, United States - 3253 Students
Monroe Community College, Brighton, NY, US - 18,977 Students
Nazareth College, Pittsford, NY, USA - 3,102 Students
Niagara County Community College, Sanborn, NY, US - 6,342 Students
Niagara University, Lewiston, NY, USA - 4,200 Students
Roberts Wesleyan College, North Chili, NY, USA - 1,823 Students
St. Bonaventure University, Allegany, New York, USA - 2500 Students
St. John Fisher College, Rochester, New York, USA - 4000 Students
University at Buffalo, The State University of New York, Buffalo, NY, USA - 28,601 Students
University of Rochester, Rochester, New York, U.S - 5,643 Students
Villa Maria College, Buffalo, New York, USA - 500 Students

      Western NY Tourist Attractions
Anchor Bar
Arcade & Attica Railroad
Balloons Over Chautauqua
Balloons Over Letchworth
Broadway Market
Buffalo Waterfront
Griffis Sculpture Park
Howe Caverns
Japanese Garden
Lancaster Opera House
Lockport Cave
Lockport Locks & Erie Canal Tour
Maid of the Mist
Miss Buffalo / Niagara Clipper
Murphy Orchards
Niagara Power Project Power Vista
Peace Bridge
Riverside Inn
Top of the World Gardens
WNY Waterfalls
Whirlpool Jet
Wolcott Farms

      Western NY Museums
Albright-Knox Art Gallery
Buffalo Museum of Science
Buffalo Transportation Pierce-Arrow Museum
Burchfield-Penney Art Center
Castellani Art Museum
Cattaraugus County Museums
Corning Museum of Glass
Daredevils of Niagara Falls
Genesee Country Village & Museum
George Eastman House
Glann H. Curtiss Museum
Hershell Carousel Factory Museum
H. Lee White Marime Museum
Holland Land Office Museum
Jell-O Museum and Gallery
Livingston Arts Center
National Warplane Museum
R&GV Railroad Museum
Rochester Museum & Science Center
Sodus Bay Lighthouse & Museum
Strong National Museum of Play
UB Art Galleries
Western NY Museums

      Western NY Parks
Allegany State Park
Erie County Parks
Golden Hill State Park
Letchworth State Park
New York State Parks
Niagara Parks
Seaway Trail

      Western NY Religious
Western New York Percent Religious Population is 50.95%
Western New York Catholic Population is 37.05%
Western New York LDS Population is 0.44%
Western New York Baptist Population is 1.37%
Western New York Episcopalian Population is 0.94%
Western New York Pentecostal Population is 0.41%
Western New York Lutheran Population is 1.31%
Western New York Methodist Population is 3.58%
Western New York Presbyterian Population is 1.58%
Western New York Other Christian Population is 2.93%
Western New York Jewish Population is 0.31%
Western New York Islam Population is 1.03%

      Western NY Geography
Western New York is profoundly moved by Lake Erie and Lake Ontario has a humid continental climate. Winter, around mid-November to April is often permanent long and cold. Western New York is the most local, sometimes serious and popular historical ice events, resulting in the snows of its impact on the lake. Lake effect snows are very active between November and February, when the lake freezes over. Southern Tier of Western New York in the snow of the winter usually receives a large amount. Fruit, and thus extending the growing season in the lakes of the progressive, damaging two of the lakes in the spring and winter, ice develops in the adjacent areas retard the development allows wine production.

      Western NY Economy
Western New York economy depended upon the education, business, light manufacturing and tourism in urban areas at the end of the Second World War. Rochester and Buffalo, the United States and countries such as China and other parts of Mexico, particularly damaged in manufacturing jobs in Exodus. Outside the cities, especially dairy farming has always been driven by the financial system. Niagara County, viticulture or wine culture, in the financial system has become the driver. The possibility of high-speed rail in New York, Western New York and the rest of the financial system from New York City to help bring economic prosperity, New York City Niagara Falls without connecting to the amount expected to become an economic driver.

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