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Images of America: Around Sherman

Images of America: Around Sherman

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When Sherman's first settler, Dearing Dorman, came to live in the town in 1823, he laid claim to land that was plentiful with trees and rich soil. With the opening of the Erie Canal in 1825, more settlers started making their way to this area of Chautauqua County, helping the town of Sherman to grow rapidly. And with French Creek running through the township, it seemed only logical that the village of Sherman would start to take shape near the creek. Sherman's history runs deep through these early settlers and is evident in the town's commitment to keep its history and traditions alive through the Yorker Museum and annual Sherman School Alumni Reunion and Sherman Day celebrations.


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