Indians and Pageant, Sullivan Campaign, Elmira, Canajoharie

A group of young women in costume celebrating the sesquicentennial of the Sullivan-Clinton Campaign during the American Revolution, 1926-1927. The women are holding sticks that may be designed for games or reenactments. The event was most likely located in Elmira or Canajoharie.
Date Original
1926 – 1927
New York State Archives, New York (State). Education Dept. Division of Archives and History. Photographs of observances of the 150th Anniversary of the American Revolution, 1926-1927. Box 1, No. 638.
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