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Sodus Point Mural Dedication Part 4

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Uploaded on Sep 28, 2010

The mural depicts Native Americans in the 1450s spear fishing near Chimney Bluffs. The word "Sodus" is said by most to be derived from the Indian word "Assodorus," meaning "silvery water." Two Iroquois Nation tribes (Cayuga and Seneca) used the Sodus Bay area for their summer home due to the abundance of fish and wild game. MC for this event was Bruce Farrington of the Sodus Point Neighborhood association. Artist James Zeger. Main Speaker is Al Paker. Part 4

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