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Judge White, with his family, having ascended the Mohawk river, landed at the mouth of the Sauquoit.
The prefixed term Caho, it may be observed, is their name for the lower and principal falls of the Mohawk.
THE INDIAN IN HIS WIGWAMHENRY R. SCHOOLCRAFT
The shrill cry of revelry or war, no more is heard on the majestic shores of the Hudson, or the sweet banks of the silver Mohawk.
This village, well known through the firm of the Remingtons, is on the south bank of the Mohawk, twelve miles from Utica.
Shove in the canoe nigher to the land, Uncas; this sand will take a stamp as easily as the butter of the Jarmans on the Mohawk.
THE LAST OF THE MOHICANSJAMES FENIMORE COOPER
As a reward for his services the king granted him a tract of 100,000 acres of land north of the Mohawk river.
A pastoral charm seems to rest upon the scenery, and in this particular forcibly reminded me of the upper valley of the Mohawk.
A treaty with the Mohawk Nation of Indians has by accident lain long neglected.
It struck the rock, and all looked eagerly, though Tashmu and the Mohawk could hardly suppress an exultant smile.
At sunset he stalked forth, but he had not gone far ere the Mohawk joined him, and the twain proceeded to Wahconah Falls.

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