Indian deed to John Poole and others, of land on the west side of the Hudson river, 1737

Indian deed to John Poole and others, of a certain tract of land, on the west side of Hudson's river, near the Katts kill hills, beginning at a certain point of land, on the northeast side of a brook called Kisktameneegtack, on the west side of a high round hill called Waweiantepachook, and runs from thence north, near a pool of water, called Nepeesteek, and thence by various courses to a brook called Napeesteegtock, containing 3,470 acres.
July 11 1737
New York State Archives. Dept. of State. Applications for land grants, 1642-1803. A0272-78, Volume 12, page 88.
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