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Molly Brant left a legacy all her own

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Born about 1735 to Christian Mohawk parents in the western Mohawk Valley, Molly Brant’s life of influence began in 1759 when she became the consort of British Indian agent William Johnson. Bonnie Pulis, who worked at Johnson Hall State Historic Site in Johnstown, and state Office of Parks, Recreation and Historic Preservation archaeologist Lois Feister-Huey are authors of “Molly Brant: A Legacy of Her Own.” The book was published in 1997 by Old Fort Niagara ...


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