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The counties of New York State
Steuben County covers roughly 1397 square miles with a population of about 100,000 people living in rural agricultural areas, quaint small towns, and small city communities.
Suffolk County has something for everyone, including world-class beaches and friendly communities, all within a short commute from New York City.
Sullivan County is in the southern part of New York, southeast of Binghamton and southwest of Albany. It is separated from Pennsylvania by the Delaware River.
Tioga County is part of the Southern Tier region of New York State, west of Binghamton, and with Owego as its county seat.
Tompkins County is located in the Central Finger Lakes Region of New York State at the southern tip of 40-mile-long Cayuga Lake.
Ulster County lies in the state's Mid-Hudson Region of the Hudson Valley and Kingston is the county seat.
Washington County was founded as Charlotte County in 1772 and later named after Revolutionary War general and first President of the United States, George Washington.
Wayne County is located on the southern shore of Lake Ontario and named after General Anthony Wayne, an American Revolutionary War hero and American statesman.
Westchester County, locally known as "Westchester," has a population nearing one million residents and located just north of New York City.
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