Mohawk Valley Museums at

Chances are you’ve seen the Mohawk Valley Museums link at the top of our website which takes you to our latest project focused on Mohawk Valley historical societies, museums and so much more.

The Mohawk Valley’s history is culturally rich and diverse. Beginning with the first nations of the Haudenosaunee including the Oneida, Onondaga, Mohawk, Cayuga, Seneca and later the Tuscarora, the people Mohawk Valley has been home to many.

In the 1600s Dutch settlers came to the area and set up trading posts with British, Germans and many more people from a variety of nations coming to the valley bringing farms and industry.

Our new site at connects you with the history of the Mohawk Valley including

  • Historical Societies
  • Museums
  • Galleries
  • Historians
  • Research resources
  • National Register of Historic Places locations
  • Maps
  • Writing Series
  • Events
  • and more.

We hope this will be a great resource for historians, genealogists and families wanting to know more about the Mohawk Valley’s long history. Take a look and explore the history of the Mohawk Valley with us.

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