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Mohawk 


Stone, William L
eete 1792-1844
Border wars of the American revolution. - New York : Harper & brothers, 1845.
   Vol 1. - 1857. - 384 p.
   Vol 2. - 381 p.

StoneWilliam Leete
Life of Joseph Brant - Thayendanegea: Including the Border Wars of the American Revolution and sketches of the indian campaigs of generals Harmar, St Clair and Wayne… - New York : Alexander V Blake, 1838. - 
  Vol 1. - 419 p. + App.
  Vol 2. - 537 p. + App.

Eggleston, Elizabeth Seelye
Brant and Red Jacket/ By Elizabeth Eggleston Seelye assisted by Edward Eggleston. - New York : Dodd, Mead and Company, 1907. - 370 s.
  Cop.1879. = första utg.?

Wood, Louis Aubrey, 1883-1955
The war chief of the Six nations; a chronicle of Joseph Brant / by Louis Aubrey Wood - Tortonto : Brook & co, 1914. - 147 s. : Index - (Chronicles of Canada series ; 15)
  "Bibliographical note": p. 141-142

[Ketchum, William]
Memoir of the distinguished Mohawk Indian chief, sachem, and warrior, Capt. Joseph Brant .  - Brantford : Stewart, 1872. - 89 s.

Bryant, Wm. Clement (William Clement)
Captain Brant and the Old King : the tragedy of Wyoming : a paper read before the Buffalo Historical Society, April 1, 1889. - Buffalo : Clement, 1889. - 25 s.

Palmer, William E
Memoir of the distinguished Mohawk Indian chief, sachem and warrior, Joseph Brant - Brantford, Ont. : C E Stewart. - 89 s.

Ke-che-ah-gah-me-qua
Sketch of the life of Captain Joseph Brant, Thayendanagea / by Ke-che-ah-gah-me-qua. - Montreal : John Dougal, 1872. - 17 s.

Holden, John Rose, Mrs., 1843-1908
The Brant family / mrs John Rose Holden. - Wentworth historical society, 1904. - 33 s : ill. - (A primitive civilization)

Thayendanega Joseph Brant - Dictionary of Canadian Biography

Molly Brant. wiki

Dailey, William Nelson Potter, 1863-
The history of Montgomery classic, R.C.A. To which is added sketches of Mohawk valley men and events of early days, the Iroquois, Palatines, Indian missions, Tryon county committee of safety, Sir Wm. Johnson, Joseph Brant, Arendt Van Curler, Gen. Herkimer, Reformed church in America, doctrine and progress, revolutionary residences, etc. - Amsterdam, NY : Recorder press, 1916. - 197 s.
Bibliography : p. 197. - Historical notes of the Mohawk valley


CAUGHNAWAGA - KAHANAWAKE.
Kring år 1700 levde två tredjedelar av Mohawkirokeserna i Kanada. De flesta i en by på sydsidan av St Lawarence vid Sault St Louis (Lachine Rapids), en by som hade grundats 1676. Själva kallade de sin stad för Caughnawaga, ett namn som tidigare funnits i Mohawkdalen. Byn byggdes upp en andra gång längre upp för floden efter massakern i Lachine 1690 och flyttades åter igen 1696 och igen 1714. Två år senare fann man sin fasta och nuvarande plats ”Canadian Mohawk Reserve” och mer ofta stavas bynamnet Kahnawake.

FreySamuel Ludlow 1833-1924
The Mohawks : an inquiry into their origin, migrations and influence upon the white settlers - 1898.

O'Callaghan, Edmund Bailey, 1797-1880 ed
Papers relating to De Courcelles' and De Tracy's expeditions against the Mohawk Indians 1665-66.

Spencer, Oliver 1781-1838.
Narrative of Oliver M. Spencer : comprising an account of his captivity among the Mohawk Indians in North America. - 1854. 
  Fångenskapsskildring. 1836 ed här.

Jogues, Isaac 1607-1646
Narrative of a captivity among the Mohawk Indians, and a description of New Netherland in 1642-3.

Documents relating to the history and settlements of the towns along the Hudson and Mohawk Rivers (with the exception of Albany) : from 1630 to 1684, and also illustrating the relations of the settlers with the Indians.

Narratives of New Netherland, 1609-1664 / edited by Jameson, J. Franklin (John Franklin), 1859-1937. - New York: Charles Scribner’s Sons, 1909. - 478 p. : Index.- (Original Narratives of Early American History)

Palmer, William E.
Memoir of the distinguished Mohawk Indian chief, sachen and warrior, Capt Joseph Brant. - 1872.

Campbell, William W., 1806-1881
The border warfare of New York, during the revolution : or, the annals of Tryon county - 1849.

Deserontyon, John, Mohawk Chief, d. 1811
A Mohawk form of ritual of condolence, 1782 / by John Deserontyon ; translated and with an introduction by J N B Hewitt. - New York : Museum of the American Indian, Heye Foundation, 1928. - 23 s. - (Indian notes and monographs ; vol 10: 8)
  Sid 87-110.


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FIKTION

Edmonds,Walter D.
Drums Along The Mohawk. - Boston : Little, Brown & co, 1949. - 592 p.
   Orig 1936.


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