Brant, NY Summer Camps

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Camp Fire Usa Childrens Central New York Council
East Syracuse, NY  
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International Assoication Of Conference Center Administrators
Brewerton, NY  
Academic and Pre-College Camps: International
 
 
St Andrews Camp
Jewell, NY  
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Syracuse Childrens Theatre
East Syracuse, NY  
Arts Camps: Theater
 

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About Brant, NY

Brant is a town in Erie County, New York, United States. As of the 2010 U.S. census, the town had a population of 2,065. The town was named after the Mohawk leader Joseph Brant. The first white settler, Moses Tucker, arrived around 1816. The town was originally in the Town of Willink and was organized March 25, 1839 from parts of the Towns of Evans and Concord.

An Early History

J.H. French's, Gazetteer of the State of New York, Syracuse, New York: R. Pearsall Smith, 1860, contains the following entry for the Town of Brant: BRANDT – was formed from Collins and Evans, March 25, 1839. It lies upon the shore of Lake Erie, in the S.W. corner of the co. The surface is generally level, with a gentle inclination toward the lake. Cattaraugus Creek forms a part of the S. boundary. The other principal streams are Big Sister, Delaware, and Muddy Creeks. The soil is generally a gravelly loam intermixed with clay. Brandt contains 20 houses. Mill Branch is the Saw Mill Station on the B. & E.R.R., and contains 30 houses. The first settlement was made in 1817, by Moses Tucker . The first religious services were conducted by Benj. Olmsted, in 1820. A union church is the only one in town. Named from Col. Joseph Brant, the Mohawk chief. His Indian...