Indian deed to Walter Butler and others for land on the Mohawks river, 1733

Indian deed to Walter Butler and others, for 86,000 acres of a tract of land lying on the south side of the Mohawk's river, beginning at the land in possession of David Carvill, from thence running along the said river to the flats or lowland of Tiononderoga, thence round said flats to Tiononderoga creek, thence along the same to Schoharie, thence along the bounds of Schoharie as they run southerly and easterly, thence to the bounds of Schenectady, then round the bounds of other patented lands to the place where it first begun.
Date Original
September 18 1733
New York State Archives. Dept. of State. Applications for land grants, 1642-1803. A0272-78, Volume 11, page 66.
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