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The Finger Lakes region is rich in history and Auburn, NY is no exception. Founded in 1793, it boasts the nickname “History’s Hometown”. Several iconic Americans such as William H. Seward and Harriet Tubman lived in Auburn. Once a practicing lawyer, Seward served as a New York State Senator, the Governor of New York, and was also appointed to the role of United States Secretary of State in 1861 by Abraham Lincoln. During his time as a political figure, he was a known opponent to slavery, and even operated his home as a safehouse to fugitives from the Underground Railroad. Eventually, Seward crossed paths with abolitionist and former slave, Harriet Tubman. During their fight for freedom, Seward sold a plot of land to Tubman, where her house currently resides as a National Historical Park.

 

Today, Auburn is home to approximately 26,000 Americans, and is home to Minor League Baseball team, The Auburn Doubledays. When not on the road, the team has played at Leo Pinckney Field at Falcon Park in Auburn since the completion of its construction in 1995.

 

Sharing the glow of the stadium lights with the Doubledays is the Auburn Maroons, the Varsity Baseball Team from the local high school. The Auburn Enlarged City School District consists of one high school, one middle school, and five elementary schools. Also located in Auburn are several private schools including Montessori and Roman Catholic options. For higher education, Cayuga Community College’s main campus resides in Auburn.

 

Auburn sits at the north end of Owasco Lake, one of the eleven Finger Lakes, and is also Cayuga County’s largest city. Approximately 25 Miles from Syracuse, Auburn has much to offer Central New York. From museums, lakeshore parks, shopping centers and wineries, Auburn can make anyone fall in love with its charm.