Clinton, Oneida County, New York

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Clinton (or Ka-dah-wis-dag, "white field" in Seneca language ) is a village in Oneida County, New York, United States.wikipedia
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Hamilton College

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The Village of Clinton, site of Hamilton College, is within the Town of Kirkland. Both William Bristol and John Myers graduated from Hamilton College.
Hamilton College is a private liberal arts college in Clinton, New York.

Bristol-Myers Squibb

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The pharmaceutical company Bristol-Myers Company began as the Clinton Pharmaceutical Company in 1887 on the second floor over the CVS drug store at 3-5 West Park Row and moved to Syracuse after three years.
In 1887, Hamilton College graduates William McLaren Bristol and John Ripley Myers purchased the Clinton Pharmaceutical company of Clinton, New York.

Elihu Root

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Elihu Root, secretary of war and state under presidents McKinley and Roosevelt, was born in a building on the Hamilton College campus, and is probably Clinton's most famous son.
Elihu Root was born in Clinton, New York, to Oren Root and Nancy Whitney Buttrick, both of English descent.

Kirkland, New York

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The Village of Clinton, site of Hamilton College, is within the Town of Kirkland.

Oneida County, New York

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Clinton (or Ka-dah-wis-dag, "white field" in Seneca language ) is a village in Oneida County, New York, United States.

Grover Cleveland

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In 1850, Cleveland's father moved to Clinton, New York, to work as district secretary for the American Home Missionary Society.

Oriskany Creek

Named after New York's first governor, George Clinton, an uncle of Erie Canal builder, DeWitt Clinton, the village had a gristmill on the Oriskany Creek on College Street the first year and slowly developed as a farming and mercantile center.

William McLaren Bristol

William Bristol
Both William Bristol and John Myers graduated from Hamilton College.
Myers and Bristol founded the company that would evolve into an international pharmaceutical giant in Bristol's hometown of Clinton, New York in 1887.

Frederick Bee

Bee was one of eight children born in Clinton, Oneida County, New York to John Bee and Mary (Wilson) Bee on September 9, 1825.

Syracuse, New York

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The pharmaceutical company Bristol-Myers Company began as the Clinton Pharmaceutical Company in 1887 on the second floor over the CVS drug store at 3-5 West Park Row and moved to Syracuse after three years.
Other colleges and universities in the area include Cornell University and Ithaca College in Ithaca, Hamilton College in Clinton, Oswego State College in Oswego, SUNY Cortland in Cortland, Morrisville State College in Morrisville, Colgate University in Hamilton, Cazenovia College in Cazenovia, Wells College in Aurora, and both Utica College and SUNY Institute of Technology in Utica.

Christian Heinrich Friedrich Peters

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Working at Hamilton College in Clinton, New York (near Utica), he was a prolific discoverer of asteroids, discovering 48 of them, beginning with 72 Feronia in 1861 and ending with 287 Nephthys in 1889.

John Ripley Myers

John Myers
Both William Bristol and John Myers graduated from Hamilton College.
Myers pursued several business ventures, and then partnered with William McLaren Bristol to purchase the Clinton Pharmaceutical Company in Clinton, New York.

Clinton Comets

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The Clinton Arena was home to the Clinton Comets of the Eastern Hockey League, which ended play at the arena in 1973.
The Clinton Comets were an American ice hockey team in Clinton, New York.

Clinton High School (Clinton, New York)

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The Clinton High School, Middle School, and Elementary School are located towards the center of the village, as are the business offices for the district.
Clinton High School, or CHS, is a public high school in the village of Clinton, Oneida County, New York, United States.

Leland Stanford

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He attended Clinton Liberal Institute, in Clinton, New York, and studied law at Cazenovia Seminary in Cazenovia, New York, in 1841–45.

Clinton Arena

The Clinton Arena was home to the Clinton Comets of the Eastern Hockey League, which ended play at the arena in 1973. Portions of the movie "Slap Shot" were filmed at the famed Clinton Arena.
Clinton Arena, also known as Edward W. Stanley Recreation Center, is an indoor arena in Clinton (Oneida County), New York, United States, that is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.

Gerrit Smith

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He attended Hamilton Oneida Academy in Clinton, Oneida County, New York, and graduated with honors from its successor Hamilton College in 1818, giving the valedictory address, and describing his stay at the college as "very active with many friends".

Slap Shot

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Portions of the movie "Slap Shot" were filmed at the famed Clinton Arena.
It was filmed in Johnstown, Pennsylvania; Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania; central New York (Clinton Arena in Clinton, New York, Utica Memorial Auditorium in Utica, New York and the Onondaga County War Memorial Auditorium in Syracuse).

De Wayne Stebbins

Stebbins was born in Clinton, Oneida County, New York in 1835, and came to Wisconsin with his parents in the fall of that same year.

Hildegarde Swift

Hildegarde Swift was born in Clinton, New York on January 10, 1890.

Ulysses S. Grant III

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Grant died August 29, 1968 in Clinton, New York and was buried at the Hamilton College Cemetery near his father-in-law.

Flick Colby

Felicity "Flick" Colby
For a few years after Colby's tenure with Top of the Pops, Colby split her time between her family's home town of Clinton, New York and London, but eventually chose to settle down in Clinton, where she lived the remainder of her life.