New York's Early Indian Villages and Forts

Updated: Feb 4, 2019

This map shows the Territorial Division claimed or occupied by the Six Nations. The Senecas, Cayugas, Onondagas, Tuscaroras, Oneidas, and Mohawks.

This early New York map shows the locations of the following tribes: Oghwaga (Onaquaga), Cunahunta, Cukooes, and Unadille (Unadilla) tribes. Also Tioga Point, Owego, Oswego, Harpersfield, Middleburgh, Cobleskill, Schoharie, Sharon Center, Cherry Valley, Canajoharie, Springfield, Stone Arabia, Fort Hunter, Fort Plain, Schenectady, Albany, German Flatts, Little Falls, Fort Herkimer, Minisink, and Goshen.

Source: "New York's Part in History", by Sherman Williams, 1915.

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