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  1. Rochester ( / ˈrɒtʃɛstər, - ɪs -/) is a city in the U.S. state of New York, the seat of Monroe County, and the fourth-most populous in the state after New York City, Buffalo, and Yonkers with a population of 211,328 in 2020. The city of Rochester forms the core of a larger metropolitan area with a population of 1 million people, across ...

  2. Rochester (Nueva York) Rochester ( / ˈrɒtʃɛstər,_-ɪs- /) es una ciudad en el estado estadounidense de Nueva York, la sede del condado de Monroe y la cuarta más poblada del estado después de la ciudad de Nueva York, Búfalo y Yonkers con una población de 211,328 en 2020. 1

    • Overview
    • Early settlement
    • Rochesterville and The Flour City
    • The Flower City
    • Rochester abolitionism
    • Women's rights movement

    This article documents the history of Rochester, New York, in western New York State. Settlement began in the late 18th century, and the city flourished with the opening of the Erie Canal. It became a major manufacturing center, and attracted many Italians, Germans, Irish and other immigrants, as well as a dominant group of Yankees of New England o...

    Following the American Revolution, western New York was opened up for development as soon as New York and Massachusetts compromised and settled their competing claims for the area in December 1786 by the Treaty of Hartford. The compromise was that, while New York would have political sovereignty over the land, Massachusetts would have pre-emptive r...

    Rochester was dominated by ethnocultural politics. Two rival groups fought for power, the Presbyterian Yankees from New England, and the Episcopalian New Yorkers from New York and Pennsylvania. When Irish Catholics started to arrive in large numbers in the 1840s and supported the Democrats, the two Protestant groups stopped feuding and presented a ...

    In 1830, William A. Reynolds started his first seed business at the corner of Sophia and Buffalo Streets. This was the start of what would become the Ellwanger & Barry Nursery Co., which eventually was relocated to Mt. Hope Avenue, across from Mount Hope Cemetery. James Vick and Joseph Harris also start their own nursery businesses. The population ...

    Rochester takes pride today in its role as the last Underground Railroad stop for fugitive slaves before taking a boat for Canada, across Lake Ontario. It was the home for many years of abolitionist Frederick Douglass, a formerly enslaved African American, who in 1847 commenced publishing an abolitionist newspaper, The North Star, in Rochester. The...

    Rochester was involved with women's rights from an early date. The Rochester Women's Rights Convention, which met on August 2, 1848, was the second such convention in the nation. The Rochester convention elected a woman as its presiding officer, a highly controversial step at the time that was opposed even by some of the meeting's leading participa...

    • Overview
    • Combined statistical area
    • Economy

    The Rochester metropolitan area, denoted the Rochester, NY Metropolitan Statistical Area by the United States Census Bureau, is a metropolitan statistical area consisting of six counties in Western New York, anchored by the city of Rochester, New York. Many counties are mainly rural with various farming communities scattered throughout the metropol...

    The Rochester–Batavia–Seneca Falls combined statistical area is made up of eight counties in western New York. The combined statistical area includes one metropolitan area and two micropolitan areas. As of the 2020 Census, the CSA had a population of 1,182,337. 1. Metropolitan statistical area Rochester 2. Micropolitan statistical areas Batavia Sen...

    Metropolitan Rochester has the third largest regional economy in all of NYS, after the NYC and Buffalo areas.

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    • Storia
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    L'8 novembre del 1803, 100 acri (ca. 40 ha) nel distretto della Western New York lungo il fiume Genesee furono comprati dal colonnello Nathaniel Rochester, dal sindaco Charles Carroll, e dal colonnello William Fitzhugh, tutti di Hagerstown (Maryland). Il sito fu scelto perché le tre cascate sul Genesee, offrivano un enorme potenziale di energia idr...

    Al febbraio del 2008, i dieci edifici più alti della città erano: 1. Xerox Tower, 135 m 2. Bausch & Lomb Place, 122 m 3. Chase Tower, 119 m 4. Kodak Tower, 110 m 5. First Federal Plaza, 94 m 6. One HSBC Plaza, 87 m 7. Hyatt Regency Hotel, 83 m 8. Times Square Building, 79 m 9. Midtown Tower, 77 m 10. St. Michael's Church, 75 m


    Rochester è gemellata con le seguenti città:

    Nel 1951 la squadra locale dei Rochester Royals vinse il campionato professionistico di basket NBA. In seguito la franchigia si trasferì prima a Cincinnati e poi a Sacramento e cambiò il nome in Kings. Inoltre, vi è nato uno dei più grandi artisti marziali misti di tutti i tempi, Jon Jones.

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    (EN) Rochester, su Enciclopedia Britannica, Encyclopædia Britannica, Inc.
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  3. Rochester (New York) Wikipedia Rochester (New York) Rochester [ ˈɹɑːtʃɪstɚ] ist eine Stadt im Nordwesten des US-Bundesstaates New York und County Seat des Monroe County. Rochester liegt an der Mündung des Genesee Rivers zum Ontariosee und hatte 2010 210.756 Einwohner (laut der letzten Volkszählung im Jahr 2010, Schätzung 2019: rund 205.704 ).