Place:Warsaw, Wyoming, New York, United States

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NameWarsaw
TypeVillage
Located inWyoming, New York, United States
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Warsaw is a village in Wyoming County, New York. It is the county seat of Wyoming County and lies inside the Town of Warsaw. The village of Warsaw is near the center of the town in a valley. The population was 3,814 at the 2000 census. A branch of Genesee Community College is in Warsaw.

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The Village of Warsaw was incorporated in 1843. The central core of the village is known as the Monument Circle Historic District and was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1992. Also on the National Register of Historic Places are the Warsaw Downtown Historic District, Seth M. Gates House, Trinity Church, U.S. Post Office, and Warsaw Academy.[1]

The abolitionist Liberty Party was founded in the village in 1839.

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