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...
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Danascara Place

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Another view of this remote mansion in the Mohawk Valley. Its predecessor was burned down in retaliation for the Sullivan-Clinton Campaign.

Burned in 1780

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This mansion, a.k.a. Danascara Place, replaced one that was burned in the Spring of 1780 by Iroquois raiders in retaliation for the Sullivan-Clinton Campaign.

Burned in 1779

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A lonely sign in the Lake Cayuga area attests to the destruction of Tichero, a forgotten Cayuga village, by the Sullivan-Clinton Campaign.

Cayuga/Seneca County Line

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County lines divide the land where footpaths once linked Senecas and Cayugas, before the coming of Sullivan -Clinton.

At the Source

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Otsego’s waters still flow south (at you) into the Susquehanna. In 1779, they bore Clinton’s flotilla to join Sullivan at Iroquoia’s edge. With Indians remov...