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Aernout Noiret Viele
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Birth: 1640
Albany
Albany County
New York, USA
Death: 1704
Long Island City
Queens County
New York, USA

explorer, He was an independant trader and served as a interpreter and principal mediator between the Mohawk Indians and the English in New York State. Aernoudt, would be credited with creating the alliance between the English and the Iroquois league that thwarted French attempts at invasion. In 1660, he signed a petition of prominent fur traders asking for more regulatiion of the trade. In 1687, he was part of a trading expedition to the Ottowa country and beyond to the Great Lakes region, where his party was taken captive by the french, and held for four months in Quebec. In 1692, he led an expedition into the Ohio River Valley to set up trading. He and his companions spent the next two years exploring the area, and in doing so became the first white men to travel the entire length of the Ohio River. 
 
Burial:
Albany Rural Cemetery
Menands
Albany County
New York, USA
 
Created by: Janet Euler- Brady
Record added: Sep 21, 2006
Find A Grave Memorial# 15833783
Aernout Noiret Viele
Added by: Janet Euler- Brady
 
Aernout Noiret Viele
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