Place:Ouaquaga, Broome, New York, United States

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NameOuaquaga
TypeInhabited place
Coordinates42.117°N 75.633°W
Located inBroome, New York, United States
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Onaquaga (also spelled many other ways) was a large Iroquois village, located on both sides of the Susquehanna River near present-day Windsor, New York. During the American Revolutionary War, the Continental Army destroyed it and nearby Unadilla in October 1778 in retaliation for British and Iroquois attacks on frontier communities.

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