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POPULATED PLACES
1,000,000 and over 100,000 499,999 25,000 99,999 24,999 and less State capital Urban areas

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Potsdam

Binghamton

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Plattsburgh

Albany

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Lake Champlain

Saranac Lake

TRANSPORTATION
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Tupper Lake

Lake Placid

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Long Lake

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PHYSICAL FEATURES
Streams Lakes Highest elevation in state (feet) Other elevations (feet)

Ontario Lake
Niagara Falls North Tonawanda Cheektowaga
Lockport

Oswego

Lake George

Irondequoit

Fulton

Oneida Lake Rome


Oneida

Glens Falls
Gloversville Johnstown Amsterdam

NEW HAMPSHIRE

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The lowest elevation in New York is sea level (Atlantic Ocean).

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Jamestown

Buffalo

90 Newark Seneca Falls Geneva Auburn Geneseo


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Rochester

Utica
Ilion

Syracuse
Cortland

Saratoga Springs

Dansville
Hornell
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Seneca Lake
Bath

Ithaca

Olean

Wellsville

Corning

Elmira

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Oneonta

Cayuga Lake

Schenectady Albany

Troy
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Norwich

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Sidney

Catskill Mts

Hudson Catskill

MASSACHUSETTS

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PENNSYLVANIA

White Plains

NEW JERSEY

Yonkers

New York

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LONG ISLAND

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U.S. Department of the Interior U.S. Geological Survey

The National Atlas of the United States of AmericaO


pagegen_ny3.pdf INTERIOR-GEOLOGICAL SURVEY, RESTON, VIRGINIA-2004