Tioga County is located in the south central part of New York State adjacent to the Pennsylvania border. Tioga has been referred to as the “mother county” since the counties of Broome and Chemung, as well as parts of Tompkins, Cortland and Chenango were formed from Tioga’s original boundaries. The earliest traceable inhabitants of the county were the Algonquin Indians, a primarily agricultural civilization that was later driven out by the Iroquois.
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U.S. Census information
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