Mohawk Valley Book-In-Progress
Best Photos Gallery - Section Two
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The series of dams, falls and rapids on the Mohawk River known as Little Falls is for most practical purposes No Man's Land. The total "falls" drops 40.5 feet, but it was once over 500 feet. For Chapter 11 - The River.
The big maple along Nine Mile Creek seemed to defy gravity. For Chapter 12 -Tributaries.
Not far from this beautiful section of Sauquoit Creek were the first successful grist mill and saw mill in Oneida County. For Chapter 12 -Tributaries.
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We took off our wet shoes and pants in Symeon's parking lot, and changed to more appropriate attire to have lunch at this fine Greek Restaurant located along Sauquoit Creek in Whitestown. For Chapter 12 -Tributaries.
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