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Caughnawaga or Kahnawake can refer to:
- Caughnawaga, a village of the Mohawk nation inhabited from 1666 to 1693, now an archaeological site near the village of Fonda, New York.
- Caughnawaga, New York, established in 1788 and named after a local Mohawk community, was a large town, constituting much of Montgomery County north of the Mohawk River until its subdivision eliminated it. The division of Caughnawaga also created the Fulton County Towns of Broadalbin, Johnstown, and Mayfield.
- Kahnawake 14, Quebec, Mohawk reserve south of the St. Lawrence River and Montreal.
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