You ought to hear and listen to what we women shall speak; for we are the owners of this land, AND IT IS OURS! - Seneca Women

SULLIVAN-CLINTON is an essential journey. It's not for the faint of heart, nor the stubborn of mind. It's a major event in U.S. history that's been way off the radar screen for far too long. More road signs than any NY event, yet not in our school books. But just as America undergoes historic changes, the lessons of Sullivan/ Clinton are more relevant than ever. Come learn - at your own pace. Do your research here. Then come back again for more, as we continually update this living website...
Monument with portraits of Generals Sullivan and Clinton


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Rematch 1

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In the 225th Anniversary year of Sullivan-Clinton, well-organized landholders group opposes any concessions to Cayuga land claims with scores of signs.

Big Tree Under Glass

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The shed on the right harbors a section of the famed great oak tree (27’ in diameter) who witnessed the signing away of Seneca lands at the Big Tree Conferen...


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Facing Cayuga Lake is the former site of Goi-O-Gouen, the Cayuga capital. As Cols. Dear- born and Wm. Butler burned their west and east bank villages, the Ca...

General Sullivan’s Slave House

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Slaves quarters at the rear of Gen. Sullivan’s home at Durham, New Hampshire. He, George Washington, Jeremiah Wadsworth and Philip Schuyler all held slaves.

Stamped in History

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Issued in 1929, the 150th Anniversary stamp joined the erection of over 55 highway markers and 35 stone memorials across NY State and many in Pennsylvania.