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Endicott New York

Endicott is a village in Broome County, New York, with a population as of the 2010 census of 13,392. It is part of the "Triple Cities", along with Binghamton and Johnson City.

The village of Endicott is named after Henry B. Endicott, the founder of the Endicott-Johnson Shoe Company. George F. Johnson, Endicott's business partner, made sections of the company's land holdings outside the factory district available to workers to build homes on, with financing provided by the company, and title reverting to the worker when the loan was paid off. Along with extensive company provided recreational facilities and medical clinics, this "Square Deal" of the early 20th century is commemorated by stone arches erected by the workers in 1920 across Route 17C (Main St.) at the entrances to Endicott and Johnson City.

Endicott is best known as the "Birthplace of IBM". At it's peak, 16,000 workers were employed at the various IBM facilities here. Read about the history of Endicott & IBM.

Located between the rolling hills of Upstate New York Endicott offers an experience of times past with a modern feel showcased by its beautiful parks, historic buildings, antique carousels and quaint shops. Endicott has an international flare with it's ethic communities and festivals, and its various ethic restaurants.

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42° 5' 49.4736" N, 76° 2' 51.126" W
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