Statistics for occurrence #1 of “Hogansburg, N. Y.” in entry williams-eleazar of Harper's Encyclopedia of United States History:
...sted prince, differed widely. The world was incredulous; the words of a prince outweighed those of a poor Episcopal clergyman, and the public judgment was against the latter. Mr. Williams died in Hogansburg, N. Y. , Aug. 28, 1858, aged about seventy-two years. He translated the into the Mohawk language. He also prepared an Iroquois spelling-book, and a life of Thomas Williams, his reputed father....
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