New York City is also referred to as the big apple which was coined by musicians to play 'the big time'. The city's subway system is the largest mass transit in the world with 468 stations, 842 miles of track and runs 24 hours a day. New York State boasts many 'firsts. Saratoga Springs has America's oldest and most popular thoroughbred race tracks. The oldest cattle ranch in the United States was started in 1747 in Montauk, Long Island.
Rochester is known as both the 'Flour City' and the 'Flower City' and is home to the first abolitionist group, bloomers, marshmallows, jell-o, French's Mustard, baby shoes, gold teeth and the mail chute. The Erie Canal which was built across New York State in the 1820's, opened the Midwest to development and helped NYC become a worldwide trading center.
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