ECALT A look into some of the history of Liverpool

Part of the Erie Canal Adventure Lab Trail Liverpool is a lakeside village in Onondaga County, New York. The area was originally inhabited by the Iroquois, starting in the 16th century. In the mid-17th century, Canadian French Jesuits visited the area, setting up missions. These were not permanent, however. An example of these missions is Sainte Marie among the Iroquois, on Onondaga Lake just outside the village. Once the (Erie Canal) and (Oswego Canal) were built, the area was settled by Irish canal workers, Yankee settlers, and, later, German immigrants. The early recorded name for the village was "Little Ireland". Your tour will bring you to four different locations! Coords to each stop will be provided. Hope you enjoy your adventure. The final location may only be completed during daylight hours, no night caching.

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