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Lorenzo State Historic Site [NY]

The Lorenzo State Historic Site consists of Lorenzo, the 1807 neoclassical residence of five generations of the the Lincklaen or Ledyard family. The residence was built for John Lincklaen who founded the village of Cazenovia, New York; and worked for the Holland Land Company. The Rippleton Schoolhouse is available for educational programming.

The site offers audio-visual programs, costumed interpreters, gardens, guided tours, exhibits, educational services, interpretive signs, archival access, and a picnic area.

 
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