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Flint House Archaeological Report, 2002 — 2003:
Tales from the Glenville Woods

[This information is from Flint House Archaeological Report, 2002 — 2003: Tales from the Glenville Woods by Stephen D. Jones, Ph.D., RPA, and others, and is reproduced here with his permission.]

Map 11: from U. S. Army Corps of Engineers, 1956

1956 map of Scotia around the Flint House and the nearby islands in the Mohawk River

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This map is a section of a larger one in Charts of New York State Canals, published in 1956 by the U. S. Army Corps of Engineers.

The upper left corner shows a portion of the Village of Scotia (Engelman Avenue, Ten Broeck Street, Schonowe Avenue) and the lower right corner shows the edge of the Schenectady Stockade. Also pictured are the location of the Flint House, the Mohawk River, Sanders Lake, Hook Farm, Hook Island, Little Island, Big Island / Guise Island, Hog Island, Van Slyck Island and Glenotia Island

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