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Auburn, New York, USA

Auburn, Cayuga, New York, USA

The first person electrocuted for a crime in the United States was William Francis Kemmler, in the State Prison at Auburn, August 6, 1890. He was convicted of murdering his common-law wife, Matilda Ziegler.




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  • Auburn, New York, USA
    William H. Seward house - Auburn, New York

    The Seward House was built in 1816 on four acres on the outskirts of Auburn, NY as a ten-room townhouse for a wealthy Cayuga County Judge named Elijah Miller. Miller moved into the home in December 1817... Read MORE...

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    Auburn Prison

    Constructed in 1816 as Auburn Prison, it was the second state prison in New York (after New York City's Newgate, 1797–1828), the site of the first execution by electric chair in 1890, and the namesake of the "Auburn system," a... Read MORE...

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  • 1836 - October 6 - A second early season snowstorm produced 26 inches at Auburn, NY

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  • Auburn, New York, USA
    The Willard Home, Genesee Street

    Originally built in 1836 by John Seymour who lost his fortune in the financial panic of 1837, the home was purchased by Dr. Sylvester Willard and his father-in-law, Erastus Case, in 1843. Willard and Case were... Read MORE...

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  • News 1854 - Convicts and Religion
    Examinations made at Auburn, New York, showed that out of nine hundred convicts, only forty-seven had ever been in a Sabbath School, and that of these...Read MORE...


  • 1854 - Auburn
    Auburn, a beautiful city, capital of Cayuga county. New York, on the line of railroad connecting Albany and Buffalo, 174 miles W. from the former, and...Read MORE...


  • 1859
    AUBURN, the cap. of Cayuga co., in the state of New York, U. S., 173 m. W of Albany, on the outlet of Owasco lake, Pop. 5,626. There is a Presbyterian...Read MORE...


  • 1860 - December 28 - Harriet Tubman arrives in Auburn NY, on her last mission to free slaves, evading capture for 8 years on the Underground Railroad

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  • Auburn, New York, USA
    Harriet Tubman house - Auburn, New York
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  • Auburn, New York, USA
    Harriet Tubman marker - Auburn, New York
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  • Auburn, New York, USA
    The American Hotel

    The American Hotel was built in 1828-30, upon the site of the old Willard Tavern. The first proprietor whom I have been able to trace was Watrous Pomroy, who took charge about 1810, and continued proprietor during the war of... Read MORE...

  • News 1869 - Emma A. Ridley, of Auburn, N. Y., was struck by lightning and instantly killed,
    the other day, while standing at a table ironing. No injury was done to the house.
    St Joseph Herald
    Saint Joseph, Michigan
    July 3, 1869

  • News 1869 - Seward Trip
    Hon. William H. Seward, accompanied by Hon. Frederick W. Seward and lady, and Abijah Fitch, Esq., of Auburn, N.Y., have started out on a tour of some ...Read MORE...


  • News 1870 - Boiler Explosion at Auburn - A Building Demolished and One Man Killed
    AUBURN, N. Y., Sept. 20. - The steam boiler in T. R. STALKER's planing-mill exploded at 6 o'clock this morning completely demolishing the large brick ...Read MORE...


  • News 1870 - Planing Mill Fire
    AUBURN, N. Y., Aug. 19. - At 12 o'clock last night a fire broke out in the sash and blind factory and planing-mill of EVARTS BROS. The building, which...Read MORE...


  • Auburn, New York, USA
    First Presbyterian Church

    1811, First Presbyterian Church is founded. Its first pastor, the Rev. David Higgins, preached at the funeral of Colonel Hardenbergh, Auburn's founder in 1806.

    1817, First Presbyterian Church builds its first... Read MORE...

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  • Auburn, New York, USA
    St. Mary's Church

    The parish of St. Mary's Roman Catholic Church was founded in 1868 as St. Mary's of the Assumption. The church, located at 15 Clark Street in Auburn, New York, was built from 1870-77. wikipedia
    Postcard
  • News 1877 - Printers are upstanding citizens?
    There are only three printers confined in Auburn, New York, prison. Among the convicts can be found twenty-seven clergymen, forty-two lawyers and thir...Read MORE...


  • 1879 - Auburn
    IN 1815, Auburn was the largest village in Central or Western New York. Rochester and Syracuse had not then been incorporated as villages, Buffalo had...Read MORE...


  • Auburn, New York, USA
    Engine and Hose Co. No. 5, Truck A, Fire Department, Auburn, N.Y.
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  • News 1880 - Strange Series of Misfortunes
    Daniel Cornwall, of Auburn, New York, was the victim within the twenty-four hours ending at noon yesterday, of a singular series of misfortunes. On We...Read MORE...


  • Auburn, New York, USA
    Auburn, N.Y. - State Street from Genesee Street
  • News 1888 - The doors of the First National Bank of Auburn, N.Y., were closed on the 23d, the result of a defalcation of $200,000 on the part of its cashier, Charles O'Brien, who had fled.

    St Joseph Herald
    Saint Joseph, Michigan
    January 28, 1888

  • Auburn, New York, USA
    A.W. Stevens & Son
    makers of the Stevens Spring Tooth Harrow, 1888

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  • 1890 - Q. Where was the first person electrocuted for a crime in the United States?
    A. In the State Prison at Auburn, New York, August 6, 1890.


    The Evening Independent
    Massillon, Ohio
    October 23, 1935

  • Auburn, New York, USA
    City Hall
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  • Auburn, New York, USA
    Genesee and Market Streets
    Postcard
  • June, 1891 (exact date unknown) - The 111th Survivors
    A Large Delegation From this County Will Go to Gettysburg

    A large number of the survivors of the old 111 Regiment of this county are making active ...Read MORE...


  • 1895 - Auburn
    Auburn, a city and the capital of Cayuga co, N.Y., is on the Auburn Branch of the New York Central Railroad, where it crosses the Lehigh Valley Railro...Read MORE...


  • Auburn, New York, USA
    Franklin St. School, Auburn, NY 1895
  • Auburn, New York, USA
    Seymour St. School, Auburn, NY 1895
  • Auburn, New York, USA
    Lakeside Park

    "Lakeside Park is a historic "pleasure ground" park located at Owasco on Owasco Lake in Cayuga County, New York. It is a 40-acre (16 ha) park located within the boundaries of Emerson Park... The park was originally designed and laid ... Read MORE...

    Postcard
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    Auburn NY - late 1800s
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  • Auburn, New York, USA
    Lehigh Valley Depot
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  • Auburn, New York, USA
    Elks Building
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  • Auburn, New York, USA
    South Street
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    First Baptist Church, Auburn, N. Y.
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  • Auburn, New York, USA
    Post Office, Auburn, N. Y.
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  • Auburn, New York, USA
    North Street, Auburn, N. Y.
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  • Auburn, New York, USA
    Case Memorial Library

    The Seymour Public Library District traces its history back to 1876, when the Seymour Library Association was established in May. The previous year, James Skinner Seymour, president of the National Bank of Auburn, bequeathed ... Read MORE...

    Postcard
  • News 1902 - All Show Improvement - Tult, Salisbury and Farrell Will Probably Recover - The Funeral of Harvey
    George Tult, George Salisbury and James Farrell, the three men who were seriously injured in the elevator accident at D. M. Osborne & Co's are all...Read MORE...


  • News 1902 - Big Freight Elevator Falls at Osborne's
    One Man Killed and Three Others Injured Yesterday Afternoon

    Lift Dropped From Within Three Feet of the Top and Men Were Thrown Beneath Mower Wheels...Read MORE...


  • Auburn, New York, USA
    Fulton Street School
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  • Auburn, New York, USA
    High School, 1907
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  • Auburn, New York, USA
    Trinity Methodist Episcopal Church
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  • Auburn, New York, USA
    Y.M.C.A. Building, 1907
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  • News 1910 - BEST REUNION YET - Ranks of 111th Are Thinning but Old Spirit Is There
    WITH OLD COMMANDER AGAIN
    Hospitality of MacDougall Home to Be Extended to Survivors Next Year

    The survivors of the One Hundred and Eleventh N.Y.V....Read MORE...


  • Auburn, New York, USA
    Old Ladies' Home
    Postcard
  • Auburn, New York, USA
    South Street
    Postcard
  • News 1911 - Joseph Nash was put to death in the electric chair at Auburn, New York, yesterday for murdering his son-in-law. Nash was a prominent citizen of Waterloo, N. Y.

    The Caucasian
    Clinton, North Carolina
    May 4, 1911

  • News 1912 - MOTHER AND THREE CHILDREN DIE WHEN FIREWORKS EXPLODE.
    ONE OTHER IS KILLED OUTRIGHT - SMALL GIRL VICTIM DIES AT THE HOSPITAL.

    SEVERAL HOUSES WRECKED.

    FIREWORKS STORED IN AUBURN RESIDENCE EXPLODE EARL...Read MORE...


  • Auburn, New York, USA
    Harriet Tubman's grave - Fort Hill Cemetery, Auburn, New York
    Photo taken by us
  • 1914 - Missing Auburn Man Believed in the Woods - Sherman S. Salisbury Who Disappeared at Malone. May Be Mentally Unbalanced.
    Watertown - Feb. 5 - John M. Hyde, head of the Black River Paper & Manufacturing Company, by which Sherman S. Salisbury of Auburn was employed as ...Read MORE...


  • 1914 - Missing Auburn Man is Located in Adirondacks - Sherman S. Salisbury Employed at Lumber Camp, Mr. Wallace Informs Friends
    AUBURN - Feb. 8 - Sherman S. Salisbury of No. 17 Mary street in this city, reported to have been missing from Watertown for nearly four months, is in ...Read MORE...


  • Auburn, New York, USA
    Fire Department, 1914
    Postcard
  • Auburn, New York, USA
    Osborne House

    Named after once owner Thomas Mott Osborne, warden of the State prison at Sing Sing.

    The Osborne House, Auburn, N.Y., is so well and favorably known to the traveling public that little can be said about this famous hostelry that... Read MORE...

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  • Auburn, New York, USA
    Owasco Road
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  • Auburn, New York, USA
    New Seward School
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  • 1916
    Auburn, a city and the capital of Cayuga co., N.Y., is on the New York Central and Hudson River R., where it crosses the Lehigh Valley R., 173 miles W...Read MORE...


  • Auburn, New York, USA
    Country Club on Owasco Lake
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  • Auburn, New York, USA
    Corner, South and Exchange Streets
    Postcard
  • News 1922 - AUBURN LANDMARK BURNED. Cayuga County Courthouse Destroyed With a Loss of $200,000.
    AUBURN, N. Y., April 30 - The Cayuga County Courthouse was destroyed by fire of unknown origin this afternoon. The building was a handsme [sic] landma...Read MORE...


  • Auburn, New York, USA
    Hoopes Park

    Created in 1922 on land donated by the family of Edward Hoopes to the City of Auburn. The Club House was built by the city in 1929.

    This land was was originally held by the Owasco and Auburn Canal Company since 1844 and was deeded... Read MORE...

    Postcard
  • Auburn, New York, USA
    Cayuga County Court House
    Postcard
  • 1989 - This week in history… 75 Years Ago…
    Jan 28, 1914: George W. Salisbury, 1 1/ 2 Lewis St., is the proud owner of a file of the "Free Press", a paper which was printed in Auburn's early days...Read MORE...




Old Photos, Pictures, Advertisements and Postcards from Auburn, New York, USA


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William H. Seward house - Auburn, New York

The Seward House was built in 1816 on four acres on the outskirts of Auburn, NY as a ten-room townhouse for a wealthy Cayuga County Judge named Elijah Miller. Miller moved into the home in December 1817... Read MORE...

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Auburn, New York, USA

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Auburn Prison

Constructed in 1816 as Auburn Prison, it was the second state prison in New York (after New York City's Newgate, 1797–1828), the site of the first execution by electric chair in 1890, and the namesake of the "Auburn system," a... Read MORE...

Auburn, New York, USA

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The Willard Home, Genesee Street

Originally built in 1836 by John Seymour who lost his fortune in the financial panic of 1837, the home was purchased by Dr. Sylvester Willard and his father-in-law, Erastus Case, in 1843. Willard and Case were... Read MORE...

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Harriet Tubman house - Auburn, New York
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Auburn, New York, USA

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Harriet Tubman marker - Auburn, New York
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Auburn, New York, USA
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The American Hotel

The American Hotel was built in 1828-30, upon the site of the old Willard Tavern. The first proprietor whom I have been able to trace was Watrous Pomroy, who took charge about 1810, and continued proprietor during the war of... Read MORE...

Read more about George Washington SALISBURY photo of ancestor

Auburn, New York, USA

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First Presbyterian Church

1811, First Presbyterian Church is founded. Its first pastor, the Rev. David Higgins, preached at the funeral of Colonel Hardenbergh, Auburn's founder in 1806.

1817, First Presbyterian Church builds its first... Read MORE...

Auburn, New York, USA

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St. Mary's Church

The parish of St. Mary's Roman Catholic Church was founded in 1868 as St. Mary's of the Assumption. The church, located at 15 Clark Street in Auburn, New York, was built from 1870-77. wikipedia

Auburn, New York, USA

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Engine and Hose Co. No. 5, Truck A, Fire Department, Auburn, N.Y.
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Auburn, New York, USA
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Auburn, N.Y. - State Street from Genesee Street

Auburn, New York, USA

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A.W. Stevens & Son
makers of the Stevens Spring Tooth Harrow, 1888

Auburn, New York, USA

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City Hall

Auburn, New York, USA

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Genesee and Market Streets

Auburn, New York, USA
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Franklin St. School, Auburn, NY 1895
Read more about Willard S FEIGE photo of ancestor

Auburn, New York, USA
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Seymour St. School, Auburn, NY 1895
Read more about Charlotte Marie SALISBURY photo of ancestor

Auburn, New York, USA

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Lakeside Park

"Lakeside Park is a historic "pleasure ground" park located at Owasco on Owasco Lake in Cayuga County, New York. It is a 40-acre (16 ha) park located within the boundaries of Emerson Park... The park was originally designed and laid ... Read MORE...

Auburn, New York, USA
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Auburn NY - late 1800s
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Auburn, New York, USA

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First Baptist Church, Auburn, N. Y.

Auburn, New York, USA

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Post Office, Auburn, N. Y.

Auburn, New York, USA

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North Street, Auburn, N. Y.

Auburn, New York, USA

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Lehigh Valley Depot

Auburn, New York, USA

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Elks Building

Auburn, New York, USA

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South Street

Auburn, New York, USA

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Case Memorial Library

The Seymour Public Library District traces its history back to 1876, when the Seymour Library Association was established in May. The previous year, James Skinner Seymour, president of the National Bank of Auburn, bequeathed ... Read MORE...

Read more about Willard Erastus CASE

Auburn, New York, USA

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Fulton Street School

Auburn, New York, USA

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High School, 1907

Auburn, New York, USA

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Trinity Methodist Episcopal Church

Auburn, New York, USA

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Y.M.C.A. Building, 1907

Auburn, New York, USA

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Old Ladies' Home

Auburn, New York, USA

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South Street

Auburn, New York, USA

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Harriet Tubman's grave - Fort Hill Cemetery, Auburn, New York
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Fire Department, 1914

Auburn, New York, USA

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Osborne House

Named after once owner Thomas Mott Osborne, warden of the State prison at Sing Sing.

The Osborne House, Auburn, N.Y., is so well and favorably known to the traveling public that little can be said about this famous hostelry that... Read MORE...

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Auburn, New York, USA

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Owasco Road

Auburn, New York, USA

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New Seward School

Auburn, New York, USA

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Country Club on Owasco Lake

Auburn, New York, USA

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Corner, South and Exchange Streets

Auburn, New York, USA

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Hoopes Park

Created in 1922 on land donated by the family of Edward Hoopes to the City of Auburn. The Club House was built by the city in 1929.

This land was was originally held by the Owasco and Auburn Canal Company since 1844 and was deeded... Read MORE...

Auburn, New York, USA

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Cayuga County Court House

History, News and Stories of Auburn, New York, USA

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  • 1836 - October 6 - A second early season snowstorm produced 26 inches at Auburn, NY

    WeatherForYou.com
  • Auburn NY Back Then


    Auburn NY Back Then (www.youtube.com)
  • 1854 - Auburn
    Auburn, a beautiful city, capital of Cayuga county. New York, on the line of railroad connecting Albany and Buffalo, 174 miles W. from the former,... Read MORE...

  • News  1854 - Convicts and Religion
    Examinations made at Auburn, New York, showed that out of nine hundred convicts, only forty-seven had ever been in a Sabbath School, and that of... Read MORE...

  • 1859
    AUBURN, the cap. of Cayuga co., in the state of New York, U. S., 173 m. W of Albany, on the outlet of Owasco lake, Pop. 5,626. There is a... Read MORE...

  • 1860 - December 28 - Harriet Tubman arrives in Auburn NY, on her last mission to free slaves, evading capture for 8 years on the Underground Railroad

    historyorb.com

    Read more about Harriet TUBMAN photo of ancestor
  • News  1869 - Seward Trip
    Hon. William H. Seward, accompanied by Hon. Frederick W. Seward and lady, and Abijah Fitch, Esq., of Auburn, N.Y., have started out on a tour of some ... Read MORE...


    Read more about William Henry SEWARD photo of ancestor
  • News  1869 - Emma A. Ridley, of Auburn, N. Y., was struck by lightning and instantly killed,
    the other day, while standing at a table ironing. No injury was done to the house. St Joseph Herald
    Saint Joseph, Michigan
    July 3, 1869
  • News  1870 - Planing Mill Fire
    AUBURN, N. Y., Aug. 19. - At 12 o'clock last night a fire broke out in the sash and blind factory and planing-mill of EVARTS BROS. The building,... Read MORE...

  • News  1870 - Boiler Explosion at Auburn - A Building Demolished and One Man Killed
    AUBURN, N. Y., Sept. 20. - The steam boiler in T. R. STALKER's planing-mill exploded at 6 o'clock this morning completely demolishing the large brick ... Read MORE...

  • News  1877 - Printers are upstanding citizens?
    There are only three printers confined in Auburn, New York, prison. Among the convicts can be found twenty-seven clergymen, forty-two lawyers and... Read MORE...

  • 1879 - Auburn
    IN 1815, Auburn was the largest village in Central or Western New York. Rochester and Syracuse had not then been incorporated as villages, Buffalo... Read MORE...

  • News  1880 - Strange Series of Misfortunes
    Daniel Cornwall, of Auburn, New York, was the victim within the twenty-four hours ending at noon yesterday, of a singular series of misfortunes. On... Read MORE...

  • News  1888 - The doors of the First National Bank of Auburn, N.Y., were closed on the 23d, the result of a defalcation of $200,000 on the part of its cashier, Charles O'Brien, who had fled.
    St Joseph Herald
    Saint Joseph, Michigan
    January 28, 1888
  • 1890 - Q. Where was the first person electrocuted for a crime in the United States?
    A. In the State Prison at Auburn, New York, August 6, 1890.

    The Evening Independent
    Massillon, Ohio
    October 23, 1935
  • June, 1891 (exact date unknown) - The 111th Survivors
    A Large Delegation From this County Will Go to Gettysburg

    A large number of the survivors of the old 111 Regiment of this county are making active ... Read MORE...


    Read more about George Washington SALISBURY photo of ancestor
  • 1895 - Auburn
    Auburn, a city and the capital of Cayuga co, N.Y., is on the Auburn Branch of the New York Central Railroad, where it crosses the Lehigh Valley... Read MORE...

  • News  1902 - Big Freight Elevator Falls at Osborne's
    One Man Killed and Three Others Injured Yesterday Afternoon

    Lift Dropped From Within Three Feet of the Top and Men Were Thrown Beneath Mower... Read MORE...


    Read more about George Washington SALISBURY photo of ancestor
  • News  1902 - All Show Improvement - Tult, Salisbury and Farrell Will Probably Recover - The Funeral of Harvey
    George Tult, George Salisbury and James Farrell, the three men who were seriously injured in the elevator accident at D. M. Osborne & Co's are... Read MORE...


    Read more about George Washington SALISBURY photo of ancestor
  • News  1910 - BEST REUNION YET - Ranks of 111th Are Thinning but Old Spirit Is There
    WITH OLD COMMANDER AGAIN
    Hospitality of MacDougall Home to Be Extended to Survivors Next Year

    The survivors of the One Hundred and Eleventh... Read MORE...


    Read more about George Washington SALISBURY photo of ancestor
  • News  1911 - Joseph Nash was put to death in the electric chair at Auburn, New York, yesterday for murdering his son-in-law. Nash was a prominent citizen of Waterloo, N. Y.
    The Caucasian
    Clinton, North Carolina
    May 4, 1911
  • News  1912 - MOTHER AND THREE CHILDREN DIE WHEN FIREWORKS EXPLODE.
    ONE OTHER IS KILLED OUTRIGHT - SMALL GIRL VICTIM DIES AT THE HOSPITAL.

    SEVERAL HOUSES WRECKED.

    FIREWORKS STORED IN AUBURN RESIDENCE EXPLODE... Read MORE...

  • 1914 - Missing Auburn Man Believed in the Woods - Sherman S. Salisbury Who Disappeared at Malone. May Be Mentally Unbalanced.
    Watertown - Feb. 5 - John M. Hyde, head of the Black River Paper & Manufacturing Company, by which Sherman S. Salisbury of Auburn was employed as ... Read MORE...


    Read more about Sherman Smith SALISBURY photo of ancestor
  • 1914 - Missing Auburn Man is Located in Adirondacks - Sherman S. Salisbury Employed at Lumber Camp, Mr. Wallace Informs Friends
    AUBURN - Feb. 8 - Sherman S. Salisbury of No. 17 Mary street in this city, reported to have been missing from Watertown for nearly four months, is in ... Read MORE...


    Read more about Sherman Smith SALISBURY photo of ancestor
  • 1916
    Auburn, a city and the capital of Cayuga co., N.Y., is on the New York Central and Hudson River R., where it crosses the Lehigh Valley R., 173 miles... Read MORE...

  • News  1922 - AUBURN LANDMARK BURNED. Cayuga County Courthouse Destroyed With a Loss of $200,000.
    AUBURN, N. Y., April 30 - The Cayuga County Courthouse was destroyed by fire of unknown origin this afternoon. The building was a handsme [sic]... Read MORE...

  • 1989 - This week in history… 75 Years Ago…
    Jan 28, 1914: George W. Salisbury, 1 1/ 2 Lewis St., is the proud owner of a file of the "Free Press", a paper which was printed in Auburn's early... Read MORE...


    Read more about George Washington SALISBURY photo of ancestor

Auburn, New York, USA Genealogy

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Ancestors buried in Auburn - Cemeteries in Auburn, New York, USA

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Saint Joseph's Catholic Cemetery

Genealogy Resources for Auburn

Auburn, NY 1897-98 City Directory (distantcousin.com/Directories/NY/Auburn/1897_98/)

The Weekly Auburnian, Auburn, NY

1906 Auburn NY City Directory

The Auburn News and Bulletin, Auburn, NY

The Citizen Advertiser, Auburn, NY

1882-1897 Auburn NY City Directory

1883-1884 Auburn NY City Directory

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Auburn, New York Directories, 1889-92

The Auburn Citizen, Auburn, NY

The Auburn Bulletin, Auburn, NY

www.rootsweb.com/~nycayuga/directry/aub1900/s.htm Lamey's 1900 Auburn NY Directory, ALONZO P. LAMEY, Publisher

GAR ROSTER Auburn NY 1908 (members.aol.com/gendata54/gar.html)

Auburn NY City Directory 1862 - 1877

The Citizen, Auburn, NY

Auburn Weekly Bulletin, Auburn, New York

List of Graduates from Auburn NY High School, 1868-1893

The Auburn Argus, Auburn, NY

Fort Hill Cemetery, Auburn, NY (cayuganet.org/forthill/index.html)

News - Bulletin - Auburnian, Auburn, New York

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