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Lecture to focus on Native groups, relations with Dutch settlers

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SCHENECTADY — If you’re tired of getting your Mohawks mixed up with your Mahicans, then William A. Starna is just the guy to see. Starna, a retired anthropology professor at SUNY-Oneonta, will present a lecture, “Of Different Worlds: American Indian and Dutch Experiences in the Mohawk and Hudson Valleys,” on Saturday at the Schenectady County Historical Society on Washington Avenue in Schenectady. Starna co-authored “A Journey into Mohawk and Oneida Country, 1634–1635: The Journal of ...


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