Mohawk

Village

Mohawk was originally settled by Palatine Germans after 1722. In 1725, the Queen of England and Governor Burnet granted Mohawk to the Palatine Germans in what was known as the Burnetsfield Patent. George Washington was known to stop in Mohawk to have lunch at the Shoemaker Tavern on his way to and from Fort Stanwix in Rome, NY. Mohawk became known as Bennetts Corners after a hotel stand that was located here in 1826. In 1838, the village officially became known as Mohawk.

Address

  • Street: Route 5S
  • City: Mohawk
  • State: NY
  • Zipcode: 13407

Contact

On the map

Fill in your address into the address field below the map and the shortest route will be calculated.