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Lancaster, New York Home to the oldest stone structure in Erie County, the Warren Hull House

Lancaster is a town in Erie County, New York, with a population of about 41K people. Forming a portion of the outer suburban ring of Buffalo, the town was formed in 1833. Lancaster was originally called Cayuga Creek but changed the name when the town was later incorporated. Home to the oldest stone structure in Erie County, Warren Hull House was listed on the Nation Register of Historic Places in 1992 and Lancaster District School No. 6 was also listed in 2008. Lancaster was once the home to the Lancaster Malleables and won the New York Pro Football League championship in 1913 and 1914.

Citation: U.S. Census Bureau (2020). American Community Survey 5-year estimates. Retrieved from Census Reporter Profile page for Lancaster town, Erie County, NY <http://censusreporter.org/profiles/06000US3602941146-lancaster-town-erie-county-ny/>