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Mohawk Valley
Description: Encyclopædia Britannica educational film about Mohawk Valley in New York.
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Clip #: TFA-317A
Length: 16:16
Year: 1927
Color: B/W
Sound: Silent
Library: TFA Network
Decade: 1920s
Region: North America
Country: United States
State: New York
Subject: Aerial
Original: 16mm
Keywords:
1920s, New York, Mohawk Valley, Mohawk River, aerials, map showing general location of Mohawk Valley, Schenectady Chamber of Commerce historical reenactments, reenactment first stagecoach line to Troy and New York passing through Schenectady in 1793 with spectators in period costume, Erie Canal, mule drivers towing boat, reenactment Dewitt Clinton locomotive making first trip from Albany on August 9, 1831, people in period costume climbing aboard Dewitt Clinton locomotive and waving as it embarks on trip, modern day train traveling through Mohawk Valley, factories, farmers working in agricultural fields, cars driving on road past grazing livestock, highway, trains, railroad, barges, aerials, Schenectady cityscape, General Electric plant, GE, Great Western Gateway Bridge, Amsterdam, cityscape, factories, plants, female textile workers using machinery, maps showing cities and locations such as Amsterdam, Fonda, Johnstown, Gloversville, Canadian Trail in relation to Mohawk River, reenactment Native Americans meeting with white settlers, woman sewing gloves, male factory workers using machinery, train POVs traveling on train tracks, trains passing in alternate directions, tributary, Little Falls, Big Lock, barges, Utica, male and female textile workers, Rome, copper works, male workers using machinery, Fort Stanwix

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