Signage visible: Telephone, Wilcox House.
Two horses pull a sled of locals down a snowy, West Main Street, Honeoye Falls, N.Y.
The Village of Honeoye Falls was originally a Seneca Indian village named "Totiakton."
As settlers moved into the region, it was founded as "Norton Falls" in 1791, after miller Zebulon Norton, who purchased the land two years prior and built a grist mill alongside the falls.
By 1810, as the village expanded, it was known as West Mendon, and ultimately became incorporated in 1838, as the Villlage of Honeoye Falls.
All of the buildings in the view still remain.
The second story (pointed roof) of--what is today, "Cosmos"--has since been removed.
West Main Street, Honeoye Falls, N.Y.
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