Drawing of Fort Johnson
Fort Johnson - home page for Fort Johnson, a historic site open to the public.
Drawn before 1759 by Guy Johnson, Sir William's nephew and son-in-law.
A - The House B - The wall and ramparts C - Corner block-house
D - The Cooper's House
E - The Bake house F - Pigeon house G - The Mill H - aqueduct
I - Indian Council House K - Indian encampments L - Sheep House M - Large barn
N - Mount Johnson O - Johnson's old house P - old barn Q - The Mohawk River
R - Island S - 13 smaller islands T - Block House - for defense for back of house
V - Creek W - Garden X - Pastures Y - Cornfields Z - Road to Schenectady
Source: Flexner, James Thomas. Mohawk Baronet: A Biography of Sir William Johnson
Syracuse University Press, 1979, 1979.
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