The largest of these are Cayuga, Seneca, Keuka, Canandaigua, Owasco and Skaneateles.
Of Seneca Lake in the vicinity of Lake Keuka, and in parts of the lower valley of the Hudson.
Of Keuka Lake, on the outlet extending to Lake Seneca, about 170 m.
Pop. (1905, state census), 45 4 It is served by the New York Central & Hudson River and the Northern Central railways and by electric railway to Branchport, and has steamboat connexions with Hammondsport at the head of Keuka Lake.
At Keuka Park, on the west shore of the lake, is Keuka College (1890), and at Eggleston's Point is held a summer "natural science camp" for boys.
Obtaining a large tract (which was called Jerusalem in 1789) in the present Yates county, she founded in 1788 the village of Hopeton on the outlet of Keuka Lake about a mile from Seneca Lake.