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The Dutch initially traded for furs with the local Mahican, who occupied the territory along the Hudson River. Following a raid in when the Mohawks resettled along the south side of the Mohawk River,  : pp.
The Mohawks gained a near-monopoly in the fur trade with the Dutch by prohibiting the nearby Algonquian-speaking tribes to the north or east to trade with them but did not entirely control this.
By they had regrouped from four into three villages, recorded by Catholic missionary priest Isaac Jogues in as Ossernenon , Andagaron, and Tionontoguen , all along the south side of the Mohawk River from east to west.
These were recorded by speakers of other languages with different spellings, and historians have struggled to reconcile various accounts, as well as to align them with archeological studies of the areas.
While the Dutch later established settlements in present-day Schenectady and Schoharie , further west in the Mohawk Valley, merchants in Fort Nassau continued to control the fur trading.
Schenectady was established essentially as a farming settlement, where Dutch took over some of the former Mohawk maize fields in the floodplain along the river.
Through trading, the Mohawk and Dutch became allies of a kind. During their alliance, the Mohawks allowed Dutch Protestant missionary Johannes Megapolensis to come into their tribe and teach the Christian message.
He operated from the Fort Nassau area about six years, writing a record in of his observations of the Mohawks, their language which he learned , and their culture.
While he noted their ritual of torture of captives, he recognized that their society had few other killings, especially compared to the Netherlands of that period.
The trading relations between the Mohawk and Dutch helped them maintain peace even during the periods of Kieft's War and the Esopus Wars , when the Dutch fought localized battles with other tribes.
In addition, Dutch trade partners equipped the Mohawk with guns to fight against other First Nations who were allied with the French , including the Ojibwe , Huron-Wendat , and Algonquin.
In the Mohawk made peace for a time with the French, who were trying to keep a piece of the fur trade. During the Pequot War — , the Pequot and other Algonquian Indians of coastal New England sought an alliance with the Mohawks against English colonists of that region.
Disrupted by their losses to smallpox, the Mohawks refused the alliance. They killed the Pequot sachem Sassacus who had come to them for refuge.
In the winter of , the Mohawks attacked to the southeast and overwhelmed the Algonquian in the coastal areas. They took between captives. In , the Pequot of New England killed a Mohawk ambassador, starting a war that resulted in the destruction of the Pequot, as the English and their allies in New England entered the conflict , trying to suppress the Native Americans in the region.
The Mohawk also attacked other members of the Pequot confederacy, in a war that lasted until In , the French attacked the Mohawks in the central New York area, burning the three Mohawk villages south of the river and their stored food supply.
One of the conditions of the peace was that the Mohawk accept Jesuit missionaries. Beginning in , missionaries attempted to convert Mohawks to Christianity , operating a mission in Ossernenon 9 miles west   of present-day Auriesville, New York until , when the Mohawks destroyed it, killing several priests.
Over time, some converted Mohawks relocated to Jesuit mission villages established south of Montreal on the St.
Lawrence River in the early s: Kahnawake used to be spelled as Caughnawaga , named for the village of that name in the Mohawk Valley and Kanesatake.
These Mohawks were joined by members of other tribes but dominated the settlements by number. Many converted to Roman Catholicism.
In the s, Mohawk and French set up another village upriver, which is known as Akwesasne. Today a Mohawk reserve, it spans the St.
Lawrence River and present-day international boundaries to New York, United States, where it is known as the St. Regis Mohawk Reservation. Kateri Tekakwitha , born at Ossernenon in the late s, has become noted as a Mohawk convert to Catholicism.
She moved with relatives to Caughnawaga on the north side of the river after her parents' deaths. In the late 20th century, she was beatified and was canonized in October as the first Native American Catholic saint.
She is also recognized by the Episcopal and Lutheran churches. After the fall of New Netherland to England in , the Mohawk in New York traded with the English and sometimes acted as their allies.
During King Philip's War , Metacom , sachem of the warring Wampanoag Pokanoket , decided to winter with his warriors near Albany in Encouraged by the English, the Mohawk attacked and killed all but 40 of the Pokanoket.
From the s, Protestant missionaries sought to convert the Mohawk in the New York colony. Many were baptized with English surnames, while others were given both first and surnames in English.
During the late seventeenth and early eighteenth centuries, the Mohawk and Algonquian and Abenaki tribes in New England were involved in raids conducted by the French and English against each other's settlements during Queen Anne's War and other conflicts.
They conducted a growing trade in captives, holding them for ransom. Neither of the colonial governments generally negotiated for common captives, and it was up to local European communities to raise funds to ransom their residents.
In some cases, French and Abenaki raiders transported captives from New England to Montreal and the Mohawk mission villages.
The Mohawk at Kahnawake adopted numerous young women and children to add to their own members, having suffered losses to disease and warfare.
For instance, among them were numerous survivors of the more than captives taken in the Deerfield raid in western Massachusetts.
The minister of Deerfield was ransomed and returned to Massachusetts, but his daughter was adopted by a Mohawk family and ultimately assimilated and married a Mohawk man.
During the era of the French and Indian War also known as the Seven Years' War , Anglo-Mohawk partnership relations were maintained by men such as Sir William Johnson in New York for the British Crown , Conrad Weiser on behalf of the colony of Pennsylvania , and Hendrick Theyanoguin for the Mohawk.
Johnson called the Albany Congress in June , to discuss with the Iroquois chiefs repair of the damaged diplomatic relationship between the British and the Mohawk, along with securing their cooperation and support in fighting the French,  in engagements in North America.
During the second and third quarters of the 18th century, most of the Mohawks in the Province of New York lived along the Mohawk River at Canajoharie.
A few lived at Schoharie , and the rest lived about 30 miles downstream at the Tionondorage Castle, also called Fort Hunter.
These two major settlements were traditionally called the Upper Castle and the Lower Castle. The Lower Castle was almost contiguous with Sir Peter Warren 's Warrensbush.
Sir William Johnson , the British Superintendent of Indian Affairs, built his first house on the north bank of the Mohawk River almost opposite Warrensbush and established the settlement of Johnstown.
The Mohawk were among the four Iroquois tribes that allied with the British during the American Revolutionary War.
They had a long trading relationship with the British and hoped to gain support to prohibit colonists encroaching into their territory in the Mohawk Valley.
Joseph Brant acted as a war chief and successfully led raids against British and ethnic German colonists in the Mohawk Valley, who had been given land by the British administration near the rapids at present-day Little Falls, New York.
A few prominent Mohawk, such as the sachem Little Abraham Tyorhansera at Fort Hunter, remained neutral throughout the war. He led Oneida warriors against the British.
During this war, Johannes Tekarihoga was the civil leader of the Mohawk. He died around Catherine Crogan , a clan mother and wife of Mohawk war chief Joseph Brant , named her brother Henry Crogan as the new Tekarihoga.
In retaliation for Brant's raids in the valley, the rebel colonists organized Sullivan's Expedition. It conducted extensive raids against other Iroquois settlements in central and western New York, destroying 40 villages, crops and winter stores.
Many Mohawk and other Iroquois migrated to Canada for refuge near Fort Niagara , struggling to survive the winter.
After the American victory, the British ceded their claim to land in the colonies, and the Americans forced their allies, the Mohawks and others, to give up their territories in New York.
Most of the Mohawks migrated to Canada, where the Crown gave them some land in compensation. The Mohawks at the Upper Castle fled to Fort Niagara , while most of those at the Lower Castle went to villages near Montreal.
Joseph Brant led a large group of Iroquois out of New York to what became the reserve of the Six Nations of the Grand River , Ontario. Brant continued as a political leader of the Mohawks for the rest of his life.
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