Mohawks under Tiononderoge chief Tigoransera – or Little Abraham – attended this council. Little Abraham struggled to convince Mohawks to remain neutral. The overall Iroquois diplomatic stance had been neutrality with the ability to play the Americans and British against each other as they had for generations with the French and British. Mohawks in particular found this difficult under the new circumstances, and chiefs at the two largest Mohawk castles at Fort Hunter and Canajoharie felt their control slip away as younger men were swayed toward loyalty to the King, if not only to the Johnsons.
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