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Historical Markers in Sloansville, New York
Schoharie is the county seat for Schoharie County
Sloansville is in Schoharie County
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Indian Stone Heap
Known to have existed in 1753.
Route taken by Sir John Johnson
from Schoharie to Mohawk Valley
led past this monument
— — Map (db m36899) HM|
|Site Of Encampment of Joseph Brant, Indians, Sir John Johnson & Regulars, On Oct. 17, 1780 after raiding Schoharie & destroying Kniskerns Dorf — — Map (db m31945) HM|
Settled by Palatines 1750's
Named for John R. Sloan, 1798
Indian trail passed here
connecting the Schoharie
and Mohawk Areas
— — Map (db m31992) HM|
Dec. 9, 2022