Mohawk River


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Mohawk River

A river of east-central New York flowing about 230 km (140 mi) south and southeast to the Hudson River. Long an important route to the West, it is now used mainly by pleasure craft.
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Noun1.Mohawk River - a river of central New York that flows southeastward to the Hudson RiverMohawk River - a river of central New York that flows southeastward to the Hudson River
Empire State, New York State, NY, New York - a Mid-Atlantic state; one of the original 13 colonies
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One was the barge which he had brought from Mackinaw; another was of a larger size, such as was formerly used in navigating the Mohawk River, and known by the generic name of the Schenectady barge; the other was a large keel boat, at that time the grand conveyance on the Mississippi.
Anthony's Nose = this incident probably occurred at a place on the Mohawk River called today The Noses, between Fonda and Palatine Bridge; there is another St.
After jogging along the Mohawk River, he took out a couple fishing poles from his car and we sat along the bank in a shady area.
Incidence in one county along the Mohawk River in the Capital District was particularly high, with a mean of 2.2 cases per 100,000 (range = 0-6.1) during 2007-2016.
"Amsterdam's downtown community is full of potential, and its prime location on the Mohawk River makes it an ideal candidate for the Downtown Revitalization Initiative," Governor Cuomo said.
"...About 1722 these Youngs [Theobald & Maria Young] migrated from Schoharie into the Mohawk country settling in the vicinity of Canajoharie, and some time after 1752, when Theobald Young, his three sons and several others obtained a patent for 14,000 acres south of German Flats, these Youngs moved into that section, the land being south of the Mohawk River. The father's land was in the south end of the patent while that of Adam and his brother, Andreas, was located at the north end and was known as "The Kyle" or Youngsfield." (4) In 1732 the Young family purchased land in the Harrison Patent (Lots 15 and 18) in and near present-day St.
About Mohawk Harbor - Mohawk Harbor is a 60-acre master planned community that integrates luxury living, high-tech offices, hotels, restaurants, and retail along one mile of the Mohawk River. When complete, Mohawk Harbor will consist of over 1.4 million square feet, including 206 apartments, 50 condominiums, 24 townhouses, 2 hotels, 100,000 square feet of harbor side retail/dining, 70,000 square feet of Class A Office space, and one of New York State's first licensed casinos, Rivers Casino & Resort.
Mohawk High is named after the Mohawk River, a tributary of the McKenzie River.
From an airplane, the Mohawk River of New York State appears as a low ribbon of eastward flowing water, fed by the Catskill Mountains to the south and the Adirondack foothills to the north.
Just trying to spell the name might be a hint, but this upstate New York city on the Mohawk River, about 20 miles from the state capital Albany, shouldn't be high on any retiree's list.
Kentucky was not the only agricultural frontier that attracted Madison's strong interest in the post-Revolutionary years--as suggested by his own avid land speculation in the Mohawk River Valley of upstate New York--and his vision of "the West" throughout this era never excluded or marginalized areas north of the Ohio River.
They were joined in 1673 by over forty Mohawks from the village of Kaghnuwage, on the Mohawk River (present-day New York State), led by their chief, Joseph Togouiroui.

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