The Mohawk Valley Path Through History begins with the Revolutionary War - the sites and events related to this period in history.
Sir William Johnson establishes trading post at Warrenbush on Mohawk River
William Johnson expands a trading post forty miles to the southwest at the prominent Oghwaga.
Birth of Joseph Brant, of Mohawk parentage, who becomes a protégé of Sir William Johnson and leader of his people.
Fort Stanwix Treaty, orchestrated by Sir William Johnson, creates a western boundary of the colonies from Ft. Stanwix south along the Unadilla River
Colonial and Native relationships strained over land issues
Col. Staats Long Morris makes a trip to "The Butternuts" in present day Otsego County to settle tenants
Sir William Johnson extends his southern territory
Political protest by Sons of Liberty in Boston against tax policy of the British government and East India Company
Tryon County Committee of Safety issues the Stone Arabia Resolves in support of the people of Boston and the Rebellion against Great Britain
Death of Sir William Johnson. His legacy crumbles.