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The Mohawk Valley

W. Max Reid (1839-1911)

1. 00 - Preface
2. 01 - The Mythical City of Norumbega
3. 02 - The Mohawks
4. 03 - Journal of Arent Van Curler
5. 04 - Schonowe or Schenectady
6. 05 - Immigration and Settlement of the Palatines
7. 06 - Queen Anne's Chapel
8. 07 - Count Frontenac and the Mohawk Valley
9. 08 - Sir William Johnson
10. 09 - Guy Park and Fort Johnson
11. 10 - In the Old Town of Amsterdam
12. 11 - The Last Battle Between the Mohawks and the Mohicans; The Butler Mansion
13. 12 - Johnstown, New York
14. 13 - Some Accounts of the Notorious Butler Family
15. 14 - Legend of Mrs. Ross
16. 15 - The Joseph Brant of Romance and of Fact
17. 16 - Incidents Relating to the Early History of Amsterdam and the Mohawk Valley
18. 17 - Canagera, One of the Mohawks' Castles
19. 18 - Early Industries
20. 19 - Old Indian Names and Sites; The Legend of Little Falls
21. 20 - Canajoharie - The Hills of Florida
22. 21 - Oriskany

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Summary

An in-depth view and early history of the Mohawk Valley in upper New York state, covering the time period of 1609-1780. This historical piece covers that part of the Mohawk Valley between Schenectady and Rome, NY.The narrator hopes that the listener understands that a best effort has been made in pronunciation of many names within this work; particularly those of the Mohawks, Iriquois, Huron, and Mohicans; as well as the French and Dutch.