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  2. Utica, New York - Wikipedia,_New_York

    Utica, New York 53 languages Edit Utica ( / ˈjuːtɪkə / ( listen)) is a city in the Mohawk Valley and the county seat of Oneida County, New York, United States. The tenth-most-populous city in New York State, its population was 65,283 in the 2020 U.S. Census. [9]

  3. Grace Church (Utica, New York) - Wikipedia,_New_York)

    Grace Church (Utica, New York) Grace Church is an Episcopal church at 193 Genesee Street in Utica, New York, which was established in 1838. [2] History [ edit] The establishing of Grace Church began in the spring of 1838 as an extension of the venerable Mother Parish of the city, Trinity Church.

  4. St. Joseph's Church (Utica, New York) - Wikipedia's_Church_(Utica...

    St. Joseph's Church, also known as St. Joseph & St. Patrick Church, is a historic Roman Catholic church complex at 704-708 Columbia Street in Utica, Oneida County, New York. The complex consists of the church, St. Joseph's Parochial School (1885), St. Joseph's Parochial Residence (1906), and Parish Convent building (1891).

  5. Demographics of Utica, New York - Wikipedia,_New_York

    Utica is an ethnically and culturally diverse city with a long history of ethnic minorities and is a significant refugee city. The largest ethnic group present is, according to the 2013 American Community Survey, Italian American, constituting (20%) of the city population and the major traditional voting block.

  6. Utica Free Academy - Wikipedia

    Historic plaque Utica Academy, Bleecker Street, 2021 Utica Free Academy, whose predecessor, Utica Academy, opened in 1814, [1] was a high school in Utica, New York, which operated from 1840 until 1990, when it was consolidated with Thomas R. Proctor High School.

  7. Saint Patrick's Day Parade (Utica, NY) - Wikipedia's_Day_Parade...

    The Saint Patrick's Day Parade in Utica, New York is held annually the Saturday before Saint Patrick's Day, March 17. It is the third largest St. Patrick's Day parade in New York State after New York City and Rochester. Its route runs from Oneida Square to Lafayette Street, in Utica.

  8. List of people from Utica, New York - Wikipedia

    Francis Marion Burdick – American legal scholar was mayor of Utica (1882-1883), (born at De Ruyter, New York) John T. Clark, civil engineer and politician. Jane Elizabeth Dexter Conklin – poet, journalist, and religious writer. Roscoe Conkling – U.S. Senator and Republican Stalwart political leader was Mayor of Utica and is buried there.