Ever since Henry Bogardus built his tavern on the northwest corner of Salina and Genesee streets in 1806, the area comprising downtown has provided lodging for travelers. Whether journeying by stagecoach, packet boat, railroad car, automobile or jet, there have been a staggering variety of establishments catering to Syracuse’s guests. Explore how these and other forces in American life shaped the hotel heritage of Syracuse.

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