The path of America’s struggle for Independence was heavily traversed through the beautiful vistas, pasture land, and streams of the Mohawk Valley Region. Nearly 300 battles were fought during the American Revolution, and almost 100 of these contests were fought on New York soil.
At MohawkValleyHistory.com you can explore Central New York’s rich history and customize a trip planner to visit Revolutionary War battlefields, Colonial homesteads, or Native American cultural centers, just a few of the many types of heritage sites that abound in this Region.
Walk in the footsteps of Patriots, Loyalists, and the Iroquois; of Palatine German, Dutch and Highland Scot settlers; and uncover the hardships and glories of these first New Yorkers.
You can select a path through history from the complete list of planned itineraries at www.MohawkValleyHistory.com/Itineraries or forge your own with a My Path account at
Plan to visit during one of the Region’s annual events in 2014:
- June 7-8 & 14-15 State Path Through History Weekend, various sites
- Honor America Days, Fort Stanwix, Rome, NY
- Drums Along the Mohawk Outdoor Drama, Mohawk, NY
- Old Stone Fort Days, Stone Fort Museum Complex, Schoharie, NY
Details on these and other MVPTH events can also be found at www.MohawkValleyHistory.com/Events.
The Mohawk Valley Path Through History Region is comprised of Oneida, Herkimer, Otsego, Fulton, Montgomery, Schoharie and Saratoga Counties.
Enjoy Central New York, and explore the great events and heroic people of the Mohawk Valley Region; how they shaped early American history and changed the world.