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" 60 Orisca, now Oriskany creek " The Mohocks are not mentioned as they reside within the limits of N. York at Fort Hunter & Conajoharie." North of the towns along the Mohawk river, it is said, " The Boundary of New York not being closed this part of the... "
A History of the New York Iroquois: Now Commonly Called the Six Nations - Page 422
by William Martin Beauchamp - 1905 - 336 pages
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Vermont: Records of the Governor and Council of the State of Vermont ...

Vermont - 1880
...Lakes George and Champlain and extending a little north of Crown Point, Col. Johnson put these words: ''The Boundary of New York not being closed this part of the Country still belongs to the Mohocks." It was abandoned by them four years later, and sold in 1795. Another feature in this map is, that it...
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A History of the Adirondacks, Volume 1

Alfred Lee Donaldson - Adirondack Mountains (N.Y.) - 1921 - 448 pages
...Governor Tryon in 1771, there is no sign of mountain or lake in the Adirondack region, and a note says: "The Boundary of New York not being closed, this part of the country still belongs to the Mohawks." Later, on Governor Pownall's map of the British colonies of 1776, we find the following inscription...
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A History of the Adirondacks, Volume 1

Alfred Lee Donaldson - Adirondack Mountains (N.Y.) - 1921 - 448 pages
...Governor Tryon in 1771, there is no sign of mountain or lake in the Adirondack region, and a note says: "The Boundary of New York not being closed, this part of the country still belongs to the Mohawks." Later, on Governor Pownall's map of the British colonies of 1776, we find the following inscription...
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Bulletin, Issue 78

1905
...are chiefly occupied by Oneidas and Tuscaroras." 59 " The Boundary Settled with the Indians in 1768." 60 Orisca, now Oriskany creek "The Mohocks are not...part of the Country still belongs to the Mohocks." I PLATE g Condensed from Morgan's " Map of Ho-de-no-sau-nee-ga, or the Territories of the People of...
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Representing the Republic: Mapping the United States, 1600-1900

John R. Short - History - 2001 - 256 pages
...State Library. Adirondack region are reported in the text. ‘This Country belongs to the Oneidas'; ‘The Boundary of New York not being Closed this part of the Country still belongs to the Mohocks.' This last phrase and especially the ‘still' are indicative of a sense of flux, a feel of transition,...
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The Adirondacks 1830-1930

Donald R. Williams - History - 2002 - 128 pages
...and drowned lands, [the wildsj are impassable and uninhabited.” Guy Johnson's map of 1771 stated, “The boundary of New York, not being closed this part of the Country, shall belong to the Mohawk Indians.” William Ritche's state map number seven calls the mountains...
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Enduring Legacies: Native American Treaties and Contemporary Controversies

Bruce Elliott Johansen - Law - 2004 - 365 pages
...appears on the map, whereas the other four founding nations are clearly labeled in their territories: "The Mohocks are not mentioned as they reside within the limits of New York at Fort Hunter and Canajohare [;] part of the Oneida Country lies also within that Province"...
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