Town & Village of Cuba
- Category: Town & Village of Cuba
CUBA (1822): Here is one of the biggest mysteries in our name origins. There are many tails as to how Cuba got it’s name but nothing is concrete. One of the most active members of the Cuba Historical Society for many years was George Spanneut. He spent years researching the origin and found nothing to lead him to origin. He did find 9 other Cuba’s across the nation. Our best guess is that it is named for the island nation. Formed from Friendship February 4, 1822.
The maps below are from the 2004 edition roadmaps published by the Allegany County Department of Public Works.
- CLICK HERE TO VIEW THE WILLIAM J. GLENN DEATH NOTICE (Doorkeeper, House of Representatives, d.1902)
- CLICK HERE FOR INFORMATION ON CUBA VETERANS
- CLICK HERE FOR INFORMATION ON CUBA CEMETERIES
- CLICK HERE TO READ "BITS & PIECES" OF THE OIL, TIMBER & INDUSTRY IN THE AREA
(Includes Peter Sprague's submittal & article; "A Life in the Southern Tier of NY & Northern PA Oil Country".....by Neal K. Wilson; "Erie J. Wilson"; "Nitroglycerine"; "Music Mountain"; & "Things Remembered While Reading Tug Hill Country.")
- CLICK HERE TO READ ARTICLES ON THE TONAWANDA VALLEY & CUBA RAILROAD
- CLICK HERE TO VIEW THE 1865 CUBA CENSUS