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front Souvenir Folder of Mohawk Trail, Mass.
c. 1915
The Native American depicted on the cover of this souvenir of the Mohawk Trail (Massachusetts Route 2) was used to sell the road as a tourist attraction of the 1920s.
front Mohawk Trail explanatory text
c. 1915
The text of this postcard described the scenic and seasonal beauties of the Mohawk Trail in western Massachusetts.
front View Along the Cold River, Eastern Slope of Mohawk Trail
c. 1915
This section of the Mohawk Trail in western Massachusetts runs beside the Cold River.
front Fort Massachusetts, North Adams, Mass.

The reconstructed Fort Massachusetts in North Adams, Massachusetts as it existed from 1933 until about 1940. The original fort had been built to protect western Massachusetts during the period from the 1744 to 1759.
front Fort Massachusetts, North Adams, Mass.
post 1929
This is Fort Massachusetts, as it appears after being reconstructed in 1930. The fort originally protected Western Massachusetts from 1744 to 1759.
front Western slope showing North Adams
c. 1915
The Mohawk Trail, in western Massachusetts, was one of the United States' earliest designated scenic routes.
front Western slope showing North Adams
c. 1915
The State of Massachusetts designated the Mohawk Trail a scenic route in 1914.
front Hair Pin Curve, Showing Stamford Valley
c. 1915
The famous Hair Pin Turn offered views and a convenient place for motorists to cool off overworked engines and brakes.
front Down the Slope and Approaching Hair Pin Turn
c. 1915
The Mohawk Trail connects North Adams, in western Massachusetts, with the city of Greenfield, to the east.
front Looking Down the Trail from Western Summit
c. 1915
The Mohawk Trail is named for the Kanien'kehaka (Mohawk,) one of many Native groups that traveled this ancient travel route in what is now western Massachusetts.


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