Oneonta

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A path on the campus of Hartwick College climbs to a prominent geological formation known as Table Rock. From this spot travelers can see spectacular panoramic view of the town of Oneonta. Historians disagree on the origin of the town name, but it is generally accepted to be derived from the Iroquois word pronounced “o-neny-onda,” meaning “place of open rocks.”

Funding provided by a grant from Empire State Development.

Links:
Path Through History: http://paththroughhistory.iloveny.com/
WSKG’s Path Through History: http://www.wskg.org/pth

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