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A long lost point in history [electronic resource] : an address, delivered before the Oneida Historical Society, Utica, N.Y. / by L.W. Ledyard.

Main Author: Ledyard, L. W.
Language(s): English
Published: [Utica, N.Y. : Oneida Historical Society], 1883
Subjects: Iroquois (Indiens) > Guerres.
Champlain, Bataille de, contre les Iroquois, 1615.
Iroquois Indians > Wars.
Champlain-Iroquois Battle, 1615.
New York (Etat) > Histoire > ca 1600-1775 (Période coloniale).
Canada > Histoire > Jusqu'à 1663 (Nouvelle-France).
Canada > History > To 1663 (New France).
New York (State) > History > Colonial period, ca. 1600-1775.
Note: Relates to the "long in-doubt location of the Indian encampment and fort that was the objective point in the expedition of the French invader Champlain, in 1615," which is believed to be located in Madison county, 9 miles northeast of Cazenovia, N.Y.
From: Oneida Historical Society. Publications, no. 8.
"Published by request."
"January 9, 1883."
ISBN: 0665378238
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