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Built in the 1830s to connect the Erie Canal with Binghamton, Chenango Canal went out of service in 1877. Much of it has been filled in, but numerous short stretches, fed by springs and brooks, slice through central New York?s southern tier. The most popular section runs through Bouckville and feed
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