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The Fur Trade Marker (<i>tall view</i>) image, Touch for more information
By Cosmos Mariner, July 12, 2017
The Fur Trade Marker (tall view)
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1New York (Albany County), Albany — The Fur Trade
Why is Albany Here? Mohawk and Mahican peoples inhabited this region for thousands of years when the Dutch ship the Half Moon dropped anchor near this spot in 1609. At that time, the world was in the midst of a "Little Ice . . . Map (db m116700) HM
2New York (Albany County), Cohoes — Continental Avenue
Algonquin and Mohawk Indian trail. Colonial military route.Map (db m131687) HM
3New York (Albany County), Cohoes — Native American & 17th-century History of Peebles Island
There is abundant evidence of Indian occupation on Peebles and Van Schaick Islands. Hammerstones and projectile points have been discovered and suggest that early tribes lived in this area. Archeologists uncovered a number of early hearths here . . . Map (db m115382) HM
4New York (Albany County), Guilderland — Henry Rowe Schoolcraft
Home Of Henry Rowe Schoolcraft B.1793 - D. 1864 Glass Maker, Explorer, Author, Poet, Authority On American Indians. Map (db m77593) HM
5New York (Albany County), Guilderland — The Vale of Tawasentha
Iroquois name for a burial ground near mouth of the Normanskill Creek.Map (db m142822) HM
6New York (Albany County), Guilderland — Wildehausen
Site of an Indian Village Nearby Stream Called Wildehausekill or "Indian House Creek" Map (db m66751) HM
7New York (Albany County), Voorheesville — Indian Ladder
In Colonial Times An Indian Trail Ascended The Helderberg Cliffs At This Point From The Lowlands To The East State Ed Dept 1932 Friends of Thacher Park 2014 Map (db m77125) HM
8New York (Albany County), Westerlo — Indian Trail
Old Indian trail led through this valley to the Switzkill. Indian camp ground near here.Map (db m135092) HM
9New York (Allegany County), Caneadea — Major Moses Van Campen — Soldier of the Revolution —
Here in 1782 Major Moses Van Campen, a soldier of the Revolution, captured by the Senecas, keepers of the Western Door of the Iroquois Confederacy, ran the gauntlet thirty rods west to their ancient council house, which is now preserved in . . . Map (db m157328) HM
10New York (Allegany County), Houghton — Copperhead
The last one of the Seneca Tribe of Indians that lived in the Town of Caneadea, N.Y. was buried here. His wife died some years before his death. He died March 23, 1864. He said he was 120 years old.Map (db m155771) HM
11New York (Allegany County), Oil Springs Indian Reservation — 1627 Seneca Oil Spring 1927
1627 Seneca Oil Spring 1927 Forms the first chapter in the development of the petroleum industry in America - a gigantic world enterprise transforming modern life. 1627 Oil in American continent first recorded in this region by the Franciscan . . . Map (db m86604) HM
12New York (Broome County), Binghamton — Indian Castle
Indian Castle Located near junction of Castle Creek with Chenango River. Called Otsiningo. Destroyed Aug. 18, 1779 during Sullivan CampaignMap (db m93030) HM
13New York (Broome County), Binghamton — Near This Point 18 August 1779
Near This Point 18 August 1779 Camped the army of James Clinton en route to join the forces of General John Sullivan in the expedition against the Iroquois and their British allies in the war of the American Revolution Originally erected by . . . Map (db m92920) HM
14New York (Broome County), Binghamton — Roberson MuseumSullivan-Clinton Museum Exhibit
A museum exhibit interprets the Sullivan-Clinton Campaign of 1779. The campaign destroyed Native American villages and crops throughout the Iroquois homeland.Map (db m94628) HM
15New York (Broome County), Binghamton — Routes of the Armies of General John Sullivan and General James Clinton
Routes of the Armies of General John Sullivan and General James Clinton 1779 An expedition against the hostile Indian nations which checked the aggressions of the English and Indians on the frontiers of New York and Pennsylvania, extending . . . Map (db m93324) HM
16New York (Broome County), Corbettsville — Binghamton and Upper SusquehannaHistoric New York
The valleys of the Upper Susquehanna River were natural routes for Indians, traders and settlers. Oquaga, near Windsor, was an Indian fur-trading post, and became an objective of the Sullivan-Clinton Campaign of 1779. From a dam at the outlet of . . . Map (db m35164) HM
17New York (Broome County), Deposit — Revolutionary Cemetery
Historical Marker Revolutionary Cemetery War veterans of 1776 & 1812 Originally and Indian Burial GroundMap (db m93203) HM
18New York (Broome County), Deposit — This Boulder Marks The Fort Stanwix Treaty Line
This Boulder Marks The Fort Stanwix Treaty Line The deed from the Indians to the whites was signed November,5 1768 The line was run in 1769 from the Delaware River almost due north to the mouth of the Unadilla River It afterward became the . . . Map (db m92769) HM
19New York (Broome County), Vestal — Chugnut
Native American village near mouth of Big Choconut Creek. Destroyed by General Enoch Poor August 18, 1779, Clinton-Sullivan Campaign. Map (db m127570) HM
20New York (Broome County), Windsor — History of Old Onaquaga Valley
First People in the Valley The earliest inhabitants of this Susquehanna River valley were here more than 400 years ago. A 1614 map drawn by Dutch traders shows the existence of a village spelled Ogehage. Over time- and many different . . . Map (db m94489) HM
21New York (Broome County), Windsor — In Memory of "Wausaunia" Rebecca Kellogg Ashley
In Memory of "Wausaunia" Rebecca Kellogg Ashley Born Dec. 22, 1695, in Suffield, Mass. Died Aug 1757, Windsor N.Y. Interpreter for the Indians at the "Old Fort," a mission station in charge of Rev. Gideon Hawley in 1748.Map (db m94536) HM
22New York (Cattaraugus County), Red House — Welcome to Thunder Rocks
Welcome to Thunder Rocks The Legend of Thunder Rocks A local legend describes a competition among the guardian spirits of rocks to determine which spirit could throw the biggest rock to the top of the mountain. A nearby Iroquois tribe, after . . . Map (db m155618) HM
23New York (Cattaraugus County), Yorkshire — Upper Cattaraugus ValleyHistoric New York
Erie Indians were the first inhabitants of this region. In 1654, they were driven out by the Senecas who occupied several sites along the banks of Cattaraugus Creek. The Cattaraugus, the principal stream of many that divide the Cattaraugus Hills, . . . Map (db m86681) HM
24New York (Cayuga County), Auburn — 500 Feet → Fort Hill
500 Feet → Fort Hill Prehistoric Indian fort. Traditional birthplace of Chief Logan. Now a cemetery. Map (db m166864) HM
25New York (Cayuga County), Auburn — Fort Hill
Fort Hill of moundbuilder origin. Later Cayuga council seat and village Fort Wasco traditional birth place of Chief Logan Map (db m88170) HM
26New York (Cayuga County), Auburn — Wasco"The Crossing Place"
Site of a Cayuga village occupied by Indians before and after settlement of Hardenbergh Corners 1793Map (db m87985) HM
27New York (Cayuga County), Aurora — Peachtown
Site of Chonodote Cayuga village destroyed with orchard of 1500 trees during Sullivan Campaign September, 1779Map (db m145812) HM
28New York (Cayuga County), Black Rock — Lewis Henry Morgan
Birthplace of Lewis Henry Morgan. Began American anthropology. Teacher Cayuga Lake Academy, wrote League of Iroquois 1851Map (db m172366) HM
29New York (Cayuga County), Cayuga — Sullivan’s Campaign
One mile west Col. Butler crossed Cayuga Lake and destroyed Cayuga village of TicheroMap (db m131844) HM
30New York (Cayuga County), Mapleton — Indian Spring
On the trail from Goidgouen and Cayuga Castle to Onondaga Castle by the Great Iroquois trailMap (db m172437) HM
31New York (Cayuga County), Montezuma — Squagonna
Squagonna Aboriginal name for "Paradise of Musquitoes." The river was Tiohero "River of Rushes"Map (db m159212) HM
32New York (Cayuga County), Scipio Center — Indian Fields
Farms of the Cayugas before Revolution Here white settlers found cleared and cultivated fields, villages and fortsMap (db m145746) HM
33New York (Cayuga County), Union Springs — Cayuga Castle
Site two miles east Cayuga village destroyed In Sullivan Campaign September 1779Map (db m145833) HM
34New York (Cayuga County), Union Springs — Cayuga CastleGoi-O-Gouen
Site of principal Cayuga village Destroyed Sept. 23. 1779 Sullivan CampaignMap (db m145841) HM
35New York (Cayuga County), Union Springs — Frontenac IslandWest →
Site of Algonkian village deeded to Union Springs by the state for use as a park 1856.Map (db m145797) HM
36New York (Cayuga County), Union Springs — Ge-Wa-Ga
A village of the Cayuga Nation, stood near this spot. It was occupied and destroyed by a detachment from the army of General John Sullivan, commanded by Lieut-Col. William Butler, which bivouacked here on the night of September 21, . . . Map (db m145819) HM
37New York (Cayuga County), Union Springs — Indian Mound
Just east of here Known to be the site of an early Jesuit missionMap (db m145840) HM
38New York (Cayuga County), Union Springs — Missionaries To The Cayuga
This valley was the site of the principal Cayuga Indian village To the brave French Jesuit missionaries whose heroism was almost without parallel Joseph Chaumonot and Rene Menard who as guests as of Chief Saonchiogwa built here in 1656 . . . Map (db m145842) HM
39New York (Cayuga County), Union Springs — Routes of the ArmiesGeneral John Sullivan and General James Clinton — 1779 —
front face An expedition against the hostile Indian nations which checked the aggressions of the English and Indians on the frontiers of New York and Pennsylvania, extending westward the dominion of the United States. rear face . . . Map (db m145834) HM
40New York (Chautauqua County), Dunkirk — "Ong-Gwe-Ohn-Weh"The Indian
This wooden sculpture of an American Indian was created by Peter Toth of Akron, Ohio. In two months time during the summer of 1973. It was carved from the lower trunk of a dead elm tree located near the corner of Fifth St.and Park Ave. Upon . . . Map (db m162035) HM
41New York (Chautauqua County), Ellery — The Land Around Us
The Land Around Us Farmhouse/Settlement Courtesy: Fenton History Center, Jamestown, N.Y. By the end of the 1700's the Holland Land Company was operating in western New York, including Chautauqua County. The first permanent European . . . Map (db m117555) HM
42New York (Chautauqua County), Ellery — What Does "Chautauqua" Mean?
What Does "Chautauqua" Mean? Chautauqua Institution Courtesy: Fenton History Center, Jamestown, N.Y. The term "Chautauqua" has come to be associated with the Chautauqua Movement which grew from the county's own Chautauqua Institution. The . . . Map (db m117561) HM
43New York (Chautauqua County), Irving — Amos Sottle
First non-Indian settler of Hanover and Chautauqua County, built his home nearby in 1796. Indian friend, farmer, fiddler, and worker on the HLC survey.Map (db m64673) HM
44New York (Chautauqua County), Irving — Everett R. Burmaster
1890-1965 lived in Irving. Historian, Archaeologist, Paleontologist, BMS Curator. Seneca adopted-Gahgewa. Saved Hanover Elm & Sottle Fiddle.Map (db m64672) HM
45New York (Chautauqua County), Jamestown — Before White Men Came
Before white men came to this area the Indians blazed a trail between Lake Erie and Lake Chautauqua over which they, early explorers and settlers, portaged their canoes. At the Chadakoin River rapids the canoe was portaged again. Here is where the . . . Map (db m64674) HM
46New York (Chautauqua County), Jamestown — Indian Camp
Indian Camp Part of the Cornplanter band of Seneca Indians camped on this hillside and adjoining river terrace in the period between the Indians' sale of their land in 1797 and their final retreat to reservations in the 1830's.Map (db m94806) HM
47New York (Chautauqua County), Mayville — Chautauqua Lake RegionHistoric New York
Chautauqua Lake, eighteen miles long and one to three miles wide, has as its outlet a branch of Connewango Creek, a tributary of the Allegheny River. This gives Chautauqua an indirect connection with the Gulf of Mexico by way of the Ohio, and . . . Map (db m64687) HM
48New York (Chautauqua County), Sinclairville — Fortified Village of Erie Indians
Historic Site Location of fortified village of Erie Indians probably destroyed by the Iroquois about 1650 Map (db m94881) HM
49New York (Chautauqua County), Westfield — The French & Indian War 1756-1763A Fight for the Continent — French and Indian War —
Waterways to the Interior Rivers and lakes served as the superhighways of the 18th century. Many rivers and lakes in the Colony of New York either bordered New France (Canada), or connected the bordering water bodies to . . . Map (db m57233) HM
50New York (Chemung County), Chemung — Battle of Chemung
General Sullivan's troops were attacked by Indians posted on this ridge. A valorous charge led by Colonel Hubley drove the Indians to the swamp a quarter mile west. The American dead were conveyed to Tioga and buried at Fort Sullivan. (Reverse . . . Map (db m66976) HM
51New York (Chemung County), Chemung — Military Route
Military Route of the Sullivan-Clinton army on its campaign against the British and Indians of Western New York in 1779Map (db m43904) HM
52New York (Chemung County), Chemung — Old Chemung
Indian village destroyed by Gen. Sullivan August 13, 1779Map (db m33399) HM
53New York (Chemung County), Chemung — Sullivan Road
Upon this road Sullivan's army advanced on its memorable campaign against the Indians of the Six Nations in 1779Map (db m33396) HM
54New York (Chemung County), Elmira — Divided Peoples
The Revolutionary War divided communities and shattered ancient alliances. Along New York's frontier, simmering rivalries among settlers of European descent boiled over with threats and violent clashes. Many who remained loyal to King George III . . . Map (db m33553) HM
55New York (Chemung County), Elmira — Fire on the Frontier - 1778
In 1778, the British government encouraged loyal colonists and Native American allies to attack frontier settlements. In July, Major John Butler led an attack on the Wyoming Valley, leaving more than 300 patriot soldiers dead, and by Butler's . . . Map (db m33548) HM
56New York (Chemung County), Elmira — Military Route
Military route of the Sullivan-Clinton Army on its campaign against the British and Indians of Western New York in 1779.Map (db m90376) HM
57New York (Chemung County), Elmira — Newtown
So named by General Sullivan
occupied by British and Indians
Destroyed by General Sullivan, August 30, 1779Map (db m43931) HM
58New York (Chemung County), Elmira — Newtown Battlefield ReservationA Remarkable History
In 1879, a crowd of thousands celebrated the 100th anniversary of the Battle of Newtown and dedicated a monument built by the Newtown Monument Association atop the hill that figured prominently in accounts of the battle. Soon after, the monument . . . Map (db m33484) HM
59New York (Chemung County), Elmira — Newtown Battlefield State ParkRevolutionary War Heritage Trail
The climactic battle of the Sullivan-Clinton campaign occurred here as approximately 5,000 soldiers defeated a British force of Native Americans, Loyalists, and regulars.Map (db m33545) HM
60New York (Chemung County), Elmira — Sullivan's Army Encampment
Encampment Sullivan's Army on return from expedition against the Indians Sept. 24-29, 1779Map (db m41577) HM
61New York (Chemung County), Elmira — The Battle of NewtownAugust 29, 1779 — The Major Battle of the Sullivan Campaign —
To protect the village of Newtown, about 600 Native American warriors, 200 loyalists, and a handful of British soldiers erected and camouflaged a half-mile-long breastwork of logs in the village overlooking a creek, hoping to surprise Sullivan's . . . Map (db m33550) HM
62New York (Chemung County), Elmira — The Battle of Newtown
(Front Plaque):Near this site Sunday August 29, 1779 was fought The Battle of Newtown between Continental troops commanded by Major General John Sullivan and combined force of Tories and Indians under Colonel John Butler and Joseph . . . Map (db m33554) HM
63New York (Chemung County), Elmira — The Sullivan CampaignJuly 31 to October 15, 1779 — One of the Revolutionary War's Largest Campaigns —
Congress and General George Washington planned a major offensive campaign against the Seneca, Cayuga, and loyalists in 1779. Washington chose Major General John Sullivan to lead the expedition up the Susquehanna River, while Brigadier General . . . Map (db m33547) HM
64New York (Chemung County), Horseheads — Horseheads
In 1779 near this spot General John Sullivan mercifully disposed of his pack horses worn out by faithful service in the campaign against the Six Nations of the Iroquois. —————— The first white . . . Map (db m90382) HM
65New York (Chemung County), Horseheads — Horseheads — New York —
On September 24, 1779, General Sullivan's military park horses, returning through the valley from their 450 mile journey, had reached the end of their endurance. The General was compelled to dispose of these partners in the cause of American . . . Map (db m90386) HM
66New York (Chemung County), Horseheads — Routes of the Armies of General John Sullivan and General James Clinton1779
An expedition against the hostile Indian nations which checked the aggressions of the English and Indians on the frontiers of New York and Pennsylvania, extending westward the dominion of the United States.Map (db m90383) HM
67New York (Chemung County), Lowman — Chemung1775 - 1779 — Iroquois War Town —
From this Hidden Stronghold British, Indians and Tories Ravaged the Frontier From the West Branch to the Mohawk Destroyed by Sullivan-Clinton Expedition August 13, 1779Map (db m81210) HM
68New York (Chemung County), Lowman — Line of Rude Breastworks
Line of Rude Breastworks where British and Indians disputed advance of Sullivan's Army August 29, 1779Map (db m33274) HM
69New York (Chemung County), Lowman — Native Voices
The 1779 campaign drove native peoples from their villages. Seneca and Delaware fought to protect their family, homes and way of life.Map (db m169095) HM
70New York (Chemung County), Lowman — 619 — Newtown Defense
The Seneca and Delaware urged British allies to help block Continental troops advance resulting in Battle of Newtown on August 29, 1779.Map (db m169094) HM
71New York (Chemung County), Millford — In Honor of Major General John Sullivan
On the pinnacle near this site, the Movable Lodge of Free Masons, connected with the army of Major General John Sullivan of New Hampshire held a command under a large oak tree, while on a military expedition against the Six Nations of . . . Map (db m90390) HM
72New York (Chemung County), Millford — Military Route
Military route of the Sullivan-Clinton Army on its campaign against the British and Indians of Western New York in 1779.Map (db m90384) HM
73New York (Chenango County), Afton — 378 — Cunahunta
Site of Iroquois town burned by the Continental Army under the command of Colonel William Butler October 9 & 10, 1778 Map (db m132735) HM
74New York (Chenango County), Afton — Routes of the Armies of General John Sullivan and General James Clinton
Routes of the Armies of General John Sullivan and General James Clinton 1779 An expedition against the hostile Indian nations which checked the aggressions of the English and Indians on the frontiers of New York and Pennsylvania, extending . . . Map (db m92996) HM
75New York (Chenango County), Afton — Unadilla RegionHistoric New York
Indians living in the valleys of the Unadilla and Susquehanna Rivers played an important role in the region's early history. Fur traders from Albany and the Mohawk Valley reached out to Oquaga (now Windsor), and a mission to the Indians was . . . Map (db m93549) HM
76New York (Chenango County), Greene — Go-Won-Go Mohawk
An Indian princess lived in this house.Map (db m94151) HM
77New York (Chenango County), Norwich — "The Castle"
1/4 Mile West The Castle Oneida Indian Fort. Councils held here up to 1790.Map (db m149753) HM
78New York (Chenango County), Oxford — Lake Warn
According to tradition burial place of Thick Neck, giant Chief of the Antones, a tribe of the Tuscaroras killed by the Oneidas.Map (db m93276) HM
79New York (Chenango County), Oxford — Site of Ancient Indian Fort
In 1791 early settlers found evidence of this Fort having been in use for many yearsMap (db m92731) HM
80New York (Chenango County), West Edmeston — 1/4 Mile To Historic Carr Farm
1/4 Mile To Historic Carr Farm Meeting place of Brant's Indians and Tories 1770-1778Map (db m93091) HM
81New York (Columbia County), Ancram — Signal Hill
Used by Indians for fires. Fires built on this rock could be seen for many miles. Called Green Hill Indian Signal Rock.Map (db m150799) HM
82New York (Columbia County), Hudson — 9 — Spook RockLegends & Lore
Beautiful Indian maiden and her lover from opposing nation rests beneath this rock. When church bell rings, rock turns over, lovers appear.Map (db m129044) HM
83New York (Columbia County), New Lebanon — Mohican Blessing Fountain
Thé Mohican Blessing Fountain was erected by the New Lebanon Garden Club in 1941 to give thanks to the Mohican Indians for their gift of the healing waters of the thermal mineral springs to all people forever. The Mohicans were the original . . . Map (db m135096) HM
84New York (Delaware County), Cannonsville — The Cannonsville Reservoir
The Delaware Valley has been inhabited for thousands of years. At Chestnut Point, and in fields along the West Branch of the Delaware River, more recent local residents have found arrow points, pottery shards, scrapers and other artifacts left . . . Map (db m137644) HM
85New York (Delaware County), Margaretville — Middletown Settlement
Three Hudson Valley Dutch families arrived in 1763 to settle the Delaware Valley where the Lenni Lenape first hunted and fished.Map (db m132108) HM
86New York (Delaware County), Margaretville — The Stream of Time
Th East Branch of the Delaware of and its many tributaries- - the Binnekill, Bush Kill, Plattekill, Mill Brook, Dry Brook, Bull Run, Batavia Kill, Red Kill and others are central to the history of the Village of Margaretville and the wider Town . . . Map (db m132228) HM
87New York (Delaware County), Sidney — 298 — Old Unadilla
Site of Iroqouis town burned by Continental Army under command of Colonel William Butler October 10 & 11, 1778Map (db m98167) HM
88New York (Delaware County), Sidney — Routes of the Armies of General John Sullivan and General James Clinton
Routes of the Armies of General John Sullivan and General James Clinton 1779 An expedition against the hostile Indian nations which checked the aggressions of the English and Indians on the frontiers of New York and Pennsylvania, extending . . . Map (db m92998) HM
89New York (Delaware County), Stamford — Utsayantha Lake
Named after Indian maiden famous in Indian legend on trail from Schoharie To Delaware and Susquehanna Rivers. Headwaters of Del.Map (db m5352) HM
90New York (Dutchess County), Dover Plains — Dover Stone Church
A cavern, with a waterfall refuge of Sassacus, Pequot chief, fleeing from rout of his tribe at New Loudon, Conn. afterward killed by Mohawks.Map (db m137968) HM
91New York (Dutchess County), Fishkill — Daniel Nimham
Chief Sachem of the Wappinger Indians Born in Dutchess County was killed in engagement at Cortland’s Ridge N.Y. August 31, 1778 defending the American Cause.Map (db m46212) HM
92New York (Dutchess County), Fishkill — Great Indian Warrior Trading Path
The most heavily traveled road in Colonial America passed through here, linking areas from the Great Lakes to Augusta, Ga. Laid on ancient animal and Native American Trading/Warrior Paths. Indian treaties among the Governors of NY, PA, & VA and the . . . Map (db m44473) HM
93New York (Dutchess County), Fishkill — Mount Gulian
Built about 1730 by Gulian Ver Planck, whose ancestors and Francis Rombout purchased the adjacent land from the Wappinger Indians in 1685. Headquarters of Baron Von Steuben. The society of the Cincinnati was instituted here May 1783.Map (db m119583) HM
94New York (Dutchess County), Gallatin — Mannessah Home
Site of Mannessah Home Prince Quack Mannessah of the Mohican Shacomeco clan was the last known Indian resident of Gallatin Map (db m144641) HM
95New York (Dutchess County), Pine Plains — Old Pine Trees
Site of Old Pine Trees under pine trees chiefs of a Mohican Indian tribe were buried. Pine Plains named for these trees on plains. Map (db m144628) HM
96New York (Dutchess County), Poughkeepsie — The River that Flows Both Ways
Although the river dates back some 60 million years, the river we see today was shaped during the last Ice Age. About 16,000 years ago, a massive ice field gouged the riverbed to a depth below sea level, thus allowing water from the Atlantic Ocean . . . Map (db m142780) HM
97New York (Dutchess County), Poughkeepsie — Uppuqui-ipis-ing
Reed covered lodge by the watering place... A spring named by Indians... Source of the present name, Poughkeepsie.Map (db m56518) HM
98New York (Erie County), Boston — Boston's First Settler
In 1803, Charles Johnson purchased 50 acres of open land in the forest, paying $2.25 per acre. He built the town's first log cabin in 1804 and raised the first frame barn in 1807. Johnson owned another 30 acres containing visible remains of an early . . . Map (db m80592) HM
99New York (Erie County), Brant — Town of Brant Memorial Park
Town of Brant Memorial Park Originally named Sampton in 1820, Morse's Corners in 1835, and organized as BRANDT on Mar. 25, 1839 after the Mohawk Chief Col. Joseph Brandt. His Indian name, Pha-wan-da-nee-gah, meant "Wood partly burned" or . . . Map (db m104240) HM
100New York (Erie County), Buffalo — Final resting place of The Senecas
Final resting place of The Senecas of the Genesee Valley that the Mt. Morris Dam inundated. Buffalo Creek Council Fire. June 22, 1952Map (db m137877) HM

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