Exemplification of an Indian deed for land belonging to the Seneca, Cayuga and Onnondaga, 1726

Exemplification of an Indian deed for all that land lying and being sixty miles distance, taken directly from the water into the county, beginning from a creek called Canahogue, on the Lake Oswego, all along said lake and the narrow passage from the same to the falls of Oniagara, Canaquaragne, and all along the river Oniagara; and all along the Lake Catarackquis to the creek called Sodoms, belonging to the Sinekes, thence to the hill called Tegerhunksewde, belonging to the Cayonges, and from thence to the creek called Caynunghage, belonging to the Onnondages.
Date Original
November 24 1726
New York State Archives. Dept. of State. Applications for land grants, 1642-1803. A0272-78, Volume 10, page 13.
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