Lake Seneca

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a glacial lake in central New York


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When the Europeans first came to this area in 1796, the Seneca, considered the most numerous and powerful nation of the Iroquois Confederacy, were the keepers of the Western Gate, a territory extending from Lake Seneca to the Niagara River.
During his month in the USA, Peter was able to contact his Uncle Ronnie, who lived at nearby Lake Seneca, before sailing back to Britain.
The Finger Lakes region in New York, home to approximately 11,000 acres of grapes, experienced low temperatures between -3[degrees] and -11[degrees]F on the east side of Lake Seneca.