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Watertown, New York
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    (1800- )
    County seat of Jefferson County, New York
    Located on New York state's Black River
    Located near Fort Drum
    Population: 27,023 (2010)
    Nickname: The Garland City
    Home of the Roswell P. Flower Memorial Library, Paddock Arcade and its Public Square
    There is an adjacent town called Watertown in same county in the same state, causing confusion.
    It has extremely harsh winters.
    It was the setting of the mediocre 1990 film 'Stella.'
    It had a major flood by the Black River (1869).
    Its population fell due to an industrial economic decline between 1950 and 1990.
    It is where serial killer Arthur Shawcross killed a 10 year old boy and a 8 year old girl (1972).
    It is a popular destination for kayaking enthusiasts.
    Singer-songwriter Harry Chapin once said about Watertown, New York, 'I spent a week there one afternoon.'
    It is located extremely close to the Golden Crescent and the Thousand Islands Region.
    It is where the Five and dime, the safety pin, the first portable steam engine and the Little Trees air fresheners were invented.
    The oldest continuous running fair in the country, the Jefferson County Fair has been held here every year since 1817.
    It has the oldest semi-pro football team in the country, the Watertown Red and Black.
    Some people from Ontario like to come here to shop.

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