Indian deed to Abraham Cuyler and others for land at Schoharie, 1710

Indian deed to Abraham Cuyler and others, for a gift, from the native owners of the land at Skohere, of a certain tract of land there, lying and being on the west side of Sckoharie creek, containing in length by the said creek, about one mile, beginning on the north by a stone mountain, called by natives Onekeedsienos, and so far from thence up the said creek to a certain small run of water called Netstaghcokaarawe Caghsoone, containing in breadth from the said creek into the woods one mile.
Date Original
July 19 1710
New York State Archives. Dept. of State. Applications for land grants, 1642-1803. A0272-78, Volume 6, page 26b.
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