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The Mohawk (Iroquois) Trail

Map of the Mohawk Trail

©1995 by Beverly Whitaker, Genealogy Tutor

 

Route of the Mohawk Trail

Albany, NY
Schenectady, NY
Utica, NY
Oneida, NY
Syracuse, NY
Auburn, NY
Batavia, NY
Buffalo, NY (on Lake Erie)


The Mohawk Trail of New York, also known as the Iroquois Trail, extended from Albany west to near Tonawanda at the eastern end of Lake Erie, where Buffalo is now located. Today's maps show this travel route as the New York Thruway (I-90) from Albany west.


Downoad a 2-page Fact Sheet (free) about this trail in PDF format.

The Mohawk Trail - (Iroquois Trail)

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