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Oil painting by Jan Verelst of Mohican Chief Sachem, Etowaukaum, 1710

The Mohicans: The First 100 Years of Contact
Featuring Paul McBride, Independent Scholar

2 PM Sunday April 12, 2015, at the Roe Jan Historical Society Museum in Copake Falls, NY

Mr. McBride holds a B.A. and a B.S. in History and Archeology. He will take us on a tour of the world of the Mohicans; their land and their culture from the advent of Henry Hudson in 1609 to the settlers in the early 1700's. He is particularly interested in the Mohican relationships with both the early settlers as well as with the citizens of the Iroquois Nation in what became known as the Hudson River Valley and the Berkshires.

Free Admission Limited Space
How do I get there? Located a short distance off New York Route 22 at Route 344 and Miles Road in
Copake Falls NY. Across from The Taconic Wayside Inn

The program is co-sponsored by the Mt Washington Historical Society and the Roe Jan Historical Society. Paul lives on Mt Washington with his family and we are very lucky to have this chance to benefit from his work.

Mt Washington Historical Society 118 East St., Mount Washington, MA. 01258 | 413-528-5405