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1819-01-05 to 1823-07-09 NYS Historic Newspapers Cornell Daily Sun (Cornell University undergraduate newspaper) 1880-1979 Cornell University Library Cornell Daily Sun. Y.) Ithaca, Tompkins County : 1848-1849 New York State Library Good Times Gazette. Y.) 1973-1978 Multiple Archives Grapevine Weekly Magazine. It is written that there are two types of people: those who endure winter and those who embrace it.Is it mere nostalgia, or does it seem like winters were more exciting and dramatic years ago?

Farm owner Gordon Gallop believes diners should "get a chance to see how their food is grown and ask the grower questions about the farm." Gallop says, "Farm-to-table events help foster a closer connection between consumers and the growers of their food, as well as bring out a better understanding of how to eat locally." Silver Queen Farm is well known as a local "u-pick" strawberry farm, and is a regular vendor at nearby farmers markets with a variety of produce.

Jesuit missionaries from New France (Quebec) are said to have had a mission to the Cayuga as early as 1657.

Saponi and Tutelo Indians, Algonquian-speaking tribes, later occupied lands at the south end of Cayuga Lake.

Of course, there was also Cayuga Lake, which, depending on conditions, could provide miles-long stretches of open ice for skaters and even horse-drawn sleighs (and, eventually, automobiles).

Lake ice is notoriously changeable and can vary a great deal in thickness, though. (The mean temperature in January 1912 was 16.6 degrees; January 2014’s mean was 17.7 degrees) It was so cold the City of Ithaca provided a horse-drawn bobsled filled with car batteries to unfreeze the pipes in people’s homes downtown.

Farm owner Gordon Gallop believes diners should "get a chance to see how their food is grown and ask the grower questions about the farm." Gallop says, "Farm-to-table events help foster a closer connection between consumers and the growers of their food, as well as bring out a better understanding of how to eat locally." Silver Queen Farm is well known as a local "u-pick" strawberry farm, and is a regular vendor at nearby farmers markets with a variety of produce.

Jesuit missionaries from New France (Quebec) are said to have had a mission to the Cayuga as early as 1657.

Saponi and Tutelo Indians, Algonquian-speaking tribes, later occupied lands at the south end of Cayuga Lake.

Of course, there was also Cayuga Lake, which, depending on conditions, could provide miles-long stretches of open ice for skaters and even horse-drawn sleighs (and, eventually, automobiles).

Lake ice is notoriously changeable and can vary a great deal in thickness, though. (The mean temperature in January 1912 was 16.6 degrees; January 2014’s mean was 17.7 degrees) It was so cold the City of Ithaca provided a horse-drawn bobsled filled with car batteries to unfreeze the pipes in people’s homes downtown.

is a city in the Southern Tier-Finger Lakes region of New York.