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Kanadaseaga (also spelled Kanatasaka and known as Seneca Castle), was a major village of the Seneca nation of the Iroquois Confederacy in west-central New York State, United States. It was located between the northern ends of Seneca Lake and Canandaigua Lake, west of the present-day city of Geneva, New York, in the township of Seneca. It was established at least as early as 1687.[1]

Long known for being one of the most powerful Iroquois towns, it was nonetheless destroyed during the Sullivan Expedition of 1779.


  1. ^ Tanner, Helen Hornbeck; Adele Hast, Jacqueline Peterson, Robert J. Surtees, Miklos Pinther (1987). Atlas of Great Lakes Indian History. University of Oklahoma Press. p. 33. ISBN 0-8061-2056-8. 

Coordinates: 42°53′N 77°6′W / 42.883°N 77.100°W / 42.883; -77.100