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The battle of Newtown was the decisive clash in one of the largest offensive campaigns of the American Revolution. This expedition, known as the Sullivan-Clinton Campaign, had been regarded as punishment to several tribes among the Six Nations of the Iroquois Confederacy who had sided with the British in the war and had attacked frontier settlements. A stone monument was dedicated at the top of the hill on August 29, 1879, the centennial of the Battle of Newtown.

Location:
451 Oneida Road

Elmira, NY

14901
Seasonal:
mid-May through mid-Oct.
Phone Number:
(607) 732-6067
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