Deposition of Charles Clinton regarding hostilities with the Native Americans

Deposition. Charles Clinton, of Little Britain, Ulster county, giving an account of the services of captains Borelan and Newkirk's companies, on the alarms of the Indians; number killed; Philip Swartwout's house at Minisink burned, and five men and a woman killed; Morgan Owen, on the Wallkill, killed; Silas Hulst's house robbed; distressed condition of the inhabitants.
Date Original
March 26 1756
New York State Archives. New York (Colony). Council. New York Colony Council papers. Series A1894-78, Volume 82 p.99.
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