3858 Back Road
Branchport, New York 14418
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Here lived Gu-ya-no-ga
Indian chief of the Seneca Nation
Friend of the Revolution
State Education Department – 1932
What was there
The wigwam of Chief Guyanoga, friend of the white man and one of the last Indians to occupy this valley.
What is there now
Stone monument to Guyanoga, a private residence (previously an 18th century tavern and grange), a 2D metal depiction of Guyanoga and the historic marker.
- Guyanoga: The Indian Born From a Cider Barrel
- Guyanoga was known to have rendered important services to General George Washington during the American Revolution.
- The stone monument was unveiled on August 27,1910 at the First Annual Jerusalem Farmers’ Picnic, exactly 102 years to the day, prior to this posting.
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