Mohawk River

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The Mohawk River is a 149 mi river in the U.S. state of New York.wikipedia
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Albany, New York

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The Mohawk flows into the Hudson in Cohoes, New York, a few miles north of the city of Albany.
Albany is located on the west bank of the Hudson River approximately 10 mi south of its confluence with the Mohawk River and approximately 135 mi north of New York City.

New York (state)

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The Mohawk River is a 149 mi river in the U.S. state of New York.
Two major river valleys – the north-south Hudson River Valley and the east-west Mohawk River Valley – bisect these more mountainous regions.

Schoharie Creek

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The largest tributary, the Schoharie Creek, accounts for over one quarter (26.83%) of the Mohawk River's watershed.
Schoharie Creek in New York, flows north 93 mi from the foot of Indian Head Mountain in the Catskills through the Schoharie Valley to the Mohawk River.

West Canada Creek

Another main tributary is the West Canada Creek which makes up for 16.33% of the Mohawk's watershed.
West Canada Creek is an important water way in Hamilton, Oneida, and Herkimer counties, draining the south part of the Adirondack Mountains before emptying into the Mohawk River near the Village of Herkimer.

Hudson River

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It is the largest tributary of the Hudson River.
Shortly thereafter the river has its confluence with the Mohawk River, the largest tributary of the Hudson River, in Waterford.

Utica, New York

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After Rome the river flows generally east through the Mohawk Valley, passing by the cities of Utica, Little Falls, Canajoharie, Amsterdam, and Schenectady before entering the Hudson River at Cohoes, just north of Albany.
Located on the Mohawk River at the foot of the Adirondack Mountains, Utica is approximately 95 mi northwest of Albany, 55 mi east of Syracuse and 240 mi northwest of New York City.

Mohawk Valley region

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After Rome the river flows generally east through the Mohawk Valley, passing by the cities of Utica, Little Falls, Canajoharie, Amsterdam, and Schenectady before entering the Hudson River at Cohoes, just north of Albany.
The Mohawk Valley region of the U.S. state of New York is the area surrounding the Mohawk River, sandwiched between the Adirondack Mountains and Catskill Mountains.

Schenectady, New York

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After Rome the river flows generally east through the Mohawk Valley, passing by the cities of Utica, Little Falls, Canajoharie, Amsterdam, and Schenectady before entering the Hudson River at Cohoes, just north of Albany.
Schenectady was founded on the south side of the Mohawk River by Dutch colonists in the 17th century, many from the Albany area.

Rome, New York

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After exiting the reservoir it heads south toward the City of Rome receiving Hurlbut Glen Brook and passing the Rome Fish Hatchery along the way.
These names refer to a portage road or path between the Mohawk River to the east, which flows east to the Hudson River; and Wood Creek to the west, which flows into Lake Ontario.

Delta Reservoir

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In Westernville it enters Delta Reservoir.
It was formed by the impoundment of the Mohawk River.

McMullen Brook

It begins flowing generally southeastward towards the Hamlet of Hillside, first receiving Blue Brook then McMullen Brook and Haynes Brook.
McMullen Brook flows into the Mohawk River northeast of Beartown, New York.

Fort Plain, New York

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The village is named after a fort built during the American Revolution at the junction of the Mohawk River and its tributary Otsquago Creek.

Haynes Brook

It begins flowing generally southeastward towards the Hamlet of Hillside, first receiving Blue Brook then McMullen Brook and Haynes Brook.
Haynes Brook flows into the Mohawk River in Hillside, New York.

Stringer Brook

In Hillside is the confluence of Lansing Kill, after which it flows towards the Hamlet of North Western receiving Stringer Brook along the way.
Stringer Brook flows into the Mohawk River in North Western, New York.

Tannery Brook

After North Western it receives Tannery Brook then Wells Creek in the Hamlet of Frenchville.
Tannery Brook flows into the Mohawk River in North Western, New York.

Scotia, New York

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Scotia is part of the town of Glenville, and is connected with the city of Schenectady by the Western Gateway Bridge over the Mohawk River.

Erie Canal

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On the south side of the City it enters the Erie Canal and begins to flow east.
While in Canandaigua debtors' prison, Hawley began pressing for the construction of a canal along the 90 mi-long Mohawk River valley with support from Joseph Ellicott (agent for the Holland Land Company in Batavia).

Abeel Island

Abeel Island is an island on the Mohawk River north of Fort Plain in Montgomery County, New York.

Niskayuna, New York

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The original meaning of the words translate roughly as "extensive corn flats", as the Mohawk for centuries cultivated maize fields in the fertile bottomlands along today's Mohawk River.

Blue Brook

It begins flowing generally southeastward towards the Hamlet of Hillside, first receiving Blue Brook then McMullen Brook and Haynes Brook.
Blue Brook flows into the Mohawk River near West Branch, New York.

Hurlbut Glen Brook

After exiting the reservoir it heads south toward the City of Rome receiving Hurlbut Glen Brook and passing the Rome Fish Hatchery along the way.
The Hurlbut Glen Brook flows into the Mohawk River in Rome, New York.

Dalys Island

Dalys Island or Daleys Island is an island on the Mohawk River west of Scotia in Schenectady County, New York.

Goat Island (Mohawk River)

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Goat Island is an island on the Mohawk River north of Niskayuna in Saratoga County, New York.

Isle of the Oneidas

Isle of the Oneidas is an island on the Mohawk River east of Scotia in Schenectady County, New York.

Deans Gulf

At Frenchville it curves to the southwest and heads toward the Hamlet of Westernville receiving Deans Gulf along the way.
Deans Gulf flows into the Mohawk River in Westernville, New York.