Syracuse, Onondaga County, New York

Syracuse, Onondaga County, NY

The Erie Canal

Sesquincentennial Celebration Signing of the Declaration of Independence

Adath Jeshurun (Yeshuran) Jewish Cemetery
Ahavath Achim Cemetery
Anshe Shas Cemetery
Assumption Cemetery
Beth-El/Mount Sinai Cemetery
Dawn Memorial Park, Inc.
First Ward Cemetery
Franklin Park Cemetery
Frumah Packard Cemetery
Linas Hatzdeck Cemetery
Lodi Cemetery (Lodi-Beech Cemetery)
McClure & Scott Cemetery
Morningside Cemetery
Mount Sinai / Temple BethEl Cemetery
Myrtle Hill Cemetery
Native American Site Cemetery
Native American Site Cemetery
Oakwood Cemetery
Old Arsenal / House Cemetery
Old Cemetery
Old St. Mary's Cemetery
Onondaga Valley Cemetery
Rose Brighton Cemetery (Old Danforth)
Rose Hill Cemetery
Rose Lawrence Cemetery
Rosenbloom/Adath Israel Cemetery
St. Agnes Cemetery (being worked onby Fran Mosconi)
St. Cecelia / Bonaventura Cemetery
St. Joseph's Cemetery
St. Mary's Cemetery
St. Michael's Cemetery
SaltSprings Road Cemetery, a/k/a Wiborn Cemetery
Spring & Free Street Cemetery
Temple Beth Shalom-Chevra Chas Cemetery
Temple Society Concord Cemetery
Water & Franklin Street Cemetery
WibornCemetery, a/k/a Salt Springs Cemetery
Woodlawn Cemetery
Workmen's Circle Cemetery
Young Israel Sharrie Torah Cemetery
First Baptist Church
Directory of the First Baptist Church *1928*
Central Baptist Church
Immanuel Baptist Church
Delaware Street Baptist Church
Fourth Baptist Church
First German Baptist Church
Bethany Baptist Church
Lowell Avenue Baptist Church
Olivet Baptist Church
Tabernacle Baptist Church
First Ward Prebyterian Church
First Presbyterian Church
Park Central Presbyterian Church
Fourth Presbyterian Church
Westminster Presbyterian Church
Reformed Presbyterian Church
The Memorial Presbyterian Church
The First Congregational Church
Plymouth Congregational Church
Good Will Congregational Church
Danforth Congregational Church
Geddes Congregational Church
South Avenue Congregational Church
First Ward Methodist Episcopal Church
First Methodist Episcopal Church
Geddes Methodist Episcopal Church
Centenary Methodist Episcopal Church
University Avenue Methodist EpiscopalChurch
Brown Memorial Methodist Church
Furman Street Methodist Episcopal Church
African Methodist Episcopal Church
First Free Methodist Church
Wesleyan Methodist Church
LaFayette Avenue M.E. Church
Erwin Memorial M. E. Church
Nelson Street M. E. Church
Olivet M. E. Church
Zion M. E. Church
St. Paul's Church (Protestant Episcopal)
St. James's Church
Trinity Church
Calvary Church
Church of St. John the Divine
All Saints' Church
Park Avenue Methodist Protestant Church
The Reformed (Dutch) Church
The Church of the Messiah (Unitarian)
Unitarian (May Memorial) Church
Church of Christ
First Universalist Church
First English Lutheran Church
St. John's Evangelical Lutheran Church(German)
German Evangelical St. Peter's Church
Evangelical Lutheran Church of the Redeemer
German Evangelical Friedens Church
Mt. Tabor Evangelical Lutheran Church
Immanuel Church of Evangelical Association
Salem's Church of the EvangelicalSociety of Syracuse
First Ward GermanChurch a/k/a First Evangelical Church
The First Church of Christ, Scientists,
Grace Church
St. Mark's Church
St. Philips Church
The Second Branch of the EvangelicalAssociation of the City of Syracuse
The German Evangelical Lutheran Zion'sChurch
St. Paul's German Evangelical LutheranChurch
Zion's Evangelical Luterhan Church
Evangelical Lutheran St. Mark's Church
Woodlawn Evangelical Church
Evangelical Church of the Redeemer
Church of the Assumption (Roman Catholic)
St. Mary's Church (Roman Catholic)
St. John's Cathedral (formerly Churchof St. John the Evangelist)
The Church of St. John the Baptist
St. Patrick's Church
Church of the Sacred Heart
St. Joseph's Church (German Catholic)
St. Lucy's Church
St. Joseph's Church (French Catholic)
St. Peter's Church (Italian Catholic)
St. Vincent de Paul
St. Anthony of Padua
Holy Trinity Church
Seventh Day Adventists
The Society of Concord
New Beth Israel
Adath Jeshurun (Gathering of ReligiousPeople)
Adath Israel
Adath Yeshurun
Congregational Poily Zedeck
Congregation Chevra Tilim
Congregation Avis Shakum
The Rescue Mission
The Young Men's Christian Association
The First Church of the Nazarene
County Poorhouse
House of the Good Shepherd
St. Joseph's Hospital
Society for the Prevention of Cruelty toChildren
Syracuse Home Association
The Bureau of Labor and Charities
The Principal Business and Professional Menof the City of Syracuse, NY, from Sweet's Atlas of 1874
A Few Syracuse Businesses of the Late 1800's,from Bruce's Onondaga Centennial
A List of Syracuse Businessesfrom an 1948 Syracuse Centennial Dinner Program
Libraries, from Bruce's Onondaga Centennial

Extracts from Syracuse City Directories, 1882-1899, featuring surnames: GILCHER, GILGER, KREISCHER, LIPKE, TOWNSEND, SOLOMON & others

Extracts from Syracuse City Directories, 1900-1919, featuring surnames: GILCHER, GILGER, KREISCHER, LIPKE, OBRIST, POEHLMAN, REXIN, SOLOMON & others

Biographyof Dr. John M. Wieting, from Bruce's Onondaga Centennial
Syracuse, from Historical and StatisticalGazetteer of New York State , by J. H. French
Syracuse, from Onondaga or Reminiscences ofEarlier and Later Times, Vol. II, by Joshua V. H. Clark, A.M.

The Village and the City of Syracuse,Chapter XXVIII, part I,  in Dwight C. Bruce's Onondaga Centennial
The Village and the City of Syracuse,Chapter XXVIII, part II,  in Dwight C. Bruce's Onondaga Centennial
The Village and the City of Syracuse,Chapter XXVIII, part III,  in Dwight C. Bruce's Onondaga Centennial
Syracuse, Historical Sketch of the "CentralCity," and the Importance of the Bell System in Its Business and SocialLife
The Press of Syracuse, from Bruce's OnondagaCentennial

Link to Syracuse Then and Now
Educational Institutions, from Bruce's OnondagaCentennial
Keble School, from Bruce's Onondaga Centennial
Public Village Schools, from Bruce's OnondagaCentennial
Syracuse University, from Bruce's OnondagaCentennial
1930-31 CazenoviaSeminary Bulletin (with references to individuals living in Syracuse, etc.)

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18 April 1998

  4 April 2006