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Erie County

Erie County is the name of three counties in the United States:

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Erie County
... Erie County is the name of three counties in the United States Erie County, New York Erie County, Ohio Erie County, Pennsylvania ...
Lafayette Square, Buffalo - History
... The square hosted the Niagara County Courthouse from 1810 until it was destroyed by the British Army during the Burning of Buffalo during the War of 1812 on December 30, 1813 ... The original Erie County court house was built facing the square park in 1818 ... Buffalo was the county seat of Niagara County until 1821, when Erie County was created ...
Scajaquada Creek
... skə-JAH-kwə-də) is a stream located in Erie County, New York, USA ... before it empties into the Niagara River through part of the Erie Canal known as the Black Rock Canal ... Creek rises in the Town of Lancaster in Erie County, east of Buffalo ...
Lafayette Square, Buffalo
... a park in the center of downtown Buffalo, Erie County, New York, United States that hosts a Civil War monument ... Its eastern edge has long been defined by important civic structures first, the Erie County Courthouse, followed by the original Buffalo Erie County Public Library ...
Buffalo & Erie County Public Library - Institutional Services
... The Institutional Services Division provides library services in three Erie County institutions ... First begun in 1956 with only a few books, this library at the Erie County Home has evolved dramatically ... This library located within the Erie County Correctional Facility contains both a law library and a general public library ...

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