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Fulton County History


Fulton County is rich with recreational opportunities.

Fulton County, named after Robert Fulton, the illustrious inventor of the steamboat, was created by an act of the Legislature, April 18, 1838. The county contains 544 square miles of rolling land, the highest elevation being Pinnacle Mountain, 2,514 feet above sea level. In the northern corner are also many small lakes, possessing those picturesque features characterizing the wilderness region of New York.

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  • Population: 55,073
  • Year Organized: 1838
  • Area: 436 Square Miles

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