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Reuben Perkins

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Canastota Canal Town Museum

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Canastota Canal Town Museum

122 Canal Street

Canastota, New York,13032

United States

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So it was that Capt. Reuben Perkins, Revolutionary War soldier and founder of Canastota, came jogging along by stagecoach down the Seneca Trail from Litchfield, Conn., in the year of 1807.
The Seneca Trail, soon to be known as Seneca Turnpike and later Route 5, followed the Indian trails and waterways, enabling the early settlers to travel west on horseback and oxcart and later by stagecoach. Capt. Perkins purchased 329.5 acres from the Oneida Indians in 1810. Two of these were the residences of Capt. Perkins and his son-in-law, Thomas Menzie. The Canastota section of the Erie Canal was laid through at this time and Capt. Perkins was made superintendent of the operation. The first school in vicinity had been a log cabin on Main Street and the second near the cabin of Capt. Reuben Perkins.


www.oneidadispatch.com

The man known as the founder of Canastota, Captain Reuben Perkins, was a Revolutionary War veteran and is interred there.


On Line Auction

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Capt. Reuben Perkins is said to have obtained the Canastota tract from the state of New York in 1810.


The Oneida Daily Dispatch - History going on auction block

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Capt. Reuben Perkins is said to have obtained the Canastota tract from the state of New York in 1810.


The Oneida Daily Dispatch - News - 08/11/2005 - Canastotans are what make Canastota a great place to live

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Named after the Oneida Nation word Kniste-Stota, meaning a cluster of pines near still waters and referring to pine trees across from Canastota Creek just north of James Street, the village was founded in 1810 by Captain Reuben Perkins, and the 363-mile Erie Canal made its way through Canastota 10 years later.


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