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The later language of the Glacial Period was scratched up on the bald summit of Greylock by the semi-continental sea of ice that bore down in its tidal movement from the crystal summits of the Laurentian Highlands, located on the site of Niagara Falls. Tumbling bergs of ice, freighted with granite, quartzite, and 6 The Hoosac Valley marble boulders from the North, were hoisted along the terraced shores and natural dams of Lake Bascom in the upper Hoosac and Walloomsac, where the rocks rest to-day.

The Hoosacs and Mahicansacs recognized the quartz rocks of light, which the eye of morning counts on the summits, as Manitou aseniah Spirit-stones. Anthony on the Ver- mont border. The upper dam lay between Mount St. Subterranean rivers flowed for a time through the caves of St. After the greater volume of water rippling about the conical summit of St. Anthony, drained from the highlands, the Hoosac and Walloomsac river and lake system took place. Anthony's subterranean river, now known as Wash Tub Brook.

The sand-hills of glacial drift, observed on the head- waters of all the little rivers of the Hoosac Valley, mark the site of a successive chain of lakes. Hoosac Pass of the Taconac Mountains 7 were used as burial-places by the prehistoric Indian race that roamed through that section.

The myth has been preserved by Whittier in his poem The Grave hy the Lake. The eastern face of the range is very steep, while the western slopes are gradual in their descent. Anthony rises feet above tide- water and stands like a lonely sentinel guarding the Hoosac and Walloomsac passes.

The sparkling wonders of Rensselaer Plains consist of conglomerates of beach sand, intermixed with pebbles and small boulders of quartz, and shales and grits, which form a clayey soil.


The olive shale ledges weather bright brick- red, and are mixed with purple and white quartz and bluish belts of rock that contain several species of marine fossils. The olive shales begin near Lake Ida, east of the city of Troy, pass northeast through Schaghticoke, and reappear among the Cambridge hills in the Owl Kill Valley. The limestone-breccia ledge near Oakwood Cemetery, east of Lansingburgh Station, contains a vein of quartz- crystal known to the Hoosacs and Mahicansacs as Manitou 8 The Hoosac Valley aseniah Spirit - stone.

The ancient legend of the Rensselaer Plateau reveals that many million years ago during the Lower Cambrian and Ordovician or Hudson time, the region was submerged by three successive shallow seas. The recession of those waters was followed by three crust al upheavals of the earth's sur- face; one of these, in the Hudson Age, resulted in the formation of the Green and Taconac mountain ranges.

The Cambrian Sea then receded westward to the longitude of the Hudson and left the Rensselaer and Washington hills denuded. It is formed of beach sand and pebbles, accompanied by conglomerate or "pudding-stone" cliffs. The conglomerate Hoosac Pass of the Taconac Mountains 9 ledges, according to geologists, are the products of sea-ero- sion, of the pre-Cambrian land surface on the site of Hoosac Valley, before the upheaval of the Green and Taconac mountain ranges.

Overlying this pre-Cambrian seashore Hohhamocko's Shrine. On Rattlesnake Ledge of the Domelet a mile and a half east of ''Weeping Rocks" is found an upheaval of the Lower Cambrian quartzite rock of the Green Moun- tains, thrust up later through the overlying Taconac limestones. That quartzite upheaval resulted in forming Mount Eta Mason Hill and the Domelet, and caused vertical fissures 10 The Hoosac Valley or caves which, according to geologist Dale,' allow the sur- face water of the region to descend to a depth of feet.

The water becomes heated and charged with gases, and bubbles to the surface again in the thermal Sand Springs two miles south in Williamstown. The later legend of the Hoosacs Taconac Lake region of Rensselaer Plains reveals that the widest part of the Silurian Bay extended for a time over the hills of Grafton, Brunswick, and Pittstown. The only remnants of the ancient seas, bays, and later glacial lakes are found in the lakelets on the plateau to feet above tide-water, fed by bubbling springs, ranging from a quarter of a mile to a mile and a half in length.

Emmons studied the Lower Cambrian upheavals of quart- zite on "Stone Cobble" Mount Emmons of Alberta's Range east of Williamstown, and reported his scientific discovery of the Taghkanic System in His theory called forth the ridicule of eminent geologists, but in he published positive proof of his discovery, observed in a fissure south of Berlin Pass on Mount Hopkins, west of Williamstown on the main Taconac Range. Read before Berkshire Hist, and Sci. Hoosac Pass of the Taconac Mountains ii The designation Taconac, according to the Mahican and Mohawk dialects, comes from the term, Tohkone, Tachan, and Taghkan, followed by the affix, i.

The term Tohkonac, according to historian Ruttenber, first designated a bubbling sand spring west of the Taconac Range near Copake Lake on Livingston's "Taghkanick Tract," pur- chased from the Mahicans in The terms, Ket-Tar and K ta-kanat-shan, according to J. Hammond Trumbull of Hartford, signify "great woodsy mountains" strewn with boulders and full of caves and sand springs.

The name Taconac has fifty different spellings in the Albany Archives. Nowhere in the Taconac Range are its typical fea- tures of erosion more striking than along the banks of the Hoosac and its numerous branches. The Hoosac falls about two hundred and seventy feet in its devious northwest passage of twenty-five miles from the base of the Hoosac Tunnel Mountain in North Adams, Mass.

The latter descends one himdred and sixty feet in a run of less than two miles, between Schaghticoke Point highway bridge and the "Devil's Chimney, " opposite the "Fallen-hill. In the wild course of the ravine the Hoosac falls one hundred feet and glides through "Heirs-gate," a narrow pass not over twelve feet wide.

Many Cohohas cradle-hollows, or pot- holes appear in the harder schistose rocks of the gorge, used by the Hoosac squaws as mortars in which to pound corn with stone-pestles. The perpendicular cliffs on either bank of "Hell's-gate" are scaled by hemlocks, cedars, and rare walking-ferns, cliff-brakes, and spleenworts.

Below "Hell's-gate" the river bends west and north and forms a perfect ox-bow, enclosing a strip of land on the north bank called " Buck's-neck" — a resort for deer, opposite the Mahicans' "Indian-square" camp-ground.

The stream takes many a wild bend and tumble before it forms the musical falls above and below the sacrificial altar of Hobba- mocko, known as the "Devil's Chimney," opposite the "Fallen-hill.

At last, in full view of the Hudson, opposite the village of Stillwater, the Hoosac strikes the rocky terraces that separate its waters from those of the lordly stream beyond, and is turned abruptly south. Before the Hoosac blends with the grand river of the mountains, however, it is greeted by the Dwaas Kill, an overflowing stream of the Hudson which, as the Dutch name implies, runs both ways. It is not uncommon to see this little stream running north at sunrise and south at sunset, its upward course depending upon the swollen currents of the Hoosac after freshets or cloudbursts in the highlands.

Beyond the Dwaas Kill, the Hoosac glides between impressive perpendicular walls of glacial drift, thirty feet high, and finally flows through a rocky portal, sixty or more feet wide, and mingles with the deep, still waters of the Hudson. Hoosac Pass of the Taconac Mountains 13 The cradle-song of thy hillside fountains Here in thy glory and strength repeat; Give us a strain of thy upland music, Show us the dance of thy silvery feet.

With his frail breath his power has passed away; His deeds, his thoughts, are buried with his clay; His heraldry is but a broken bow, His history but a tale of wrong and woe. His very name must be a blank.

THE Hoosacs' golden legend of St. Ange to their hunting-grounds, between and This myth throws back the Delaware and Mahican traditions nearly three centuries, to the time of Modoc's voyage to America, in 1 1 The story of Modoc has often been repeated in con- nection with the possible existence, at an early date, of Welsh colonies on our continent.

The following season, the Spanish naviga- tor, Gomez, on his voyage to Florida, passed the Manhattan Bay, although neither of these discoverers attempted to locate in the region. Jean Allefonsce's fur-traders from St. Ange, France, settled at Chescodonta inand began a stone chateau on Castle Island, opposite the site of Albany, but it was swept away by high water before completion.

A Jesuit Father later accompanied the traders up the river to Niskayuna, the willow fiats of Green Island, and christened it St. Ange — place of the Holy Angel, still known as Nastagione. The same season the St. Partridge berries and strawberries grew along the edges of the fields, and grape-vines embowered the oak and pine groves.

The Owl, Captain Soquon of the Hoosac Bears, and the Hero, Captain Maquon of the Mahicansac Wolves, feasted on bear, wolf, venison, corn-cake, squash, or pumpkin, known as vine-apple, and succotash.

They quenched their thirst with water from the hillside fountains and knew nothing of grape-juice or crab-apple brandy or the lightning weapons of the sky until the arrival of the French, English, and Dutch Christians in The Kitsmac pow-wow priest of the Hoosacs pointed out the Great Manitoti's -swastika Spirit 's-cross formed by the junction of the two large rivers from the mountains above Soquon's Tioshoke village. The Jesuit Father at once recognized the ancient Egyptians' cross of good luck used as a symbol by Indian nations to ward off the Chin-dee i6 The Hoosac Valley evil-eye of the fiend of calamity.

He -blessed the mingling waters and hoisted the Roman Catholic banner St. Croix Holy Crosson the high terrace overlooking the valley. The traders later built the palisaded castle St. Croix and founded a forest chapel in memory of the missionary, St. The ceremony was long remembered by the Hoosacs and Mahicansacs after the St. Ange crew de- parted in Anthony of Benning- ton, in whose shadow St. Antoine's chapel undoubtedly stood.

The Maquaas — Bears of the Iroquois Confederacy — began to war with the Hoosacs and Mahicans, according to tradition, aboutand fought until about when they forced Uncus and Passaconaway to retire from Chesco- donta Castle of the Abenakis Democracy. Soon after the arrival of the French navigator, Champlain, at Ticonderoga on the headwaters of the lake bearing his name, in Julyand of Hendrik Hudson and his Dutch crew of the ship.

Half Moon, at Chescodonta, in September of the same season, King Aepjen, a nephew of Uncus, succeeded to the democratical office of Great Sachem and occupied Schodac Castle, the site of Castleton, on the east bank of the Hudson. The King welcomed Hudson as Onetho returned from St.

Ange — the country of angels beyond the sea. He invited Hudson's mate, Robert Juet, to his Schodac Castle and served him the customary feast of honor to friends. The repast consisted of a pair of white doves — peace symbols of the Holy Ghost, and roasted wolf or dog — symbolic of the supernatural power of his Mahican Heroes in war. The King begged Juet to abide with him and expressed his friendliness and trust by ordering his war captains, Soquon 17 i8 The Hoosac Valley and Maquon, to break the string of their bows and throw their arrows into the fire.

Hudson returned the Mahicans' feast on board the ship, Half Moon J and served much aqua-vitcE grape- juice and Holland tobacco, the customary feast of Christian nations. The King became merry and confided his sorrows and his joys, and he considered aqua-vitce the Great Manitou's "spirit waters of paradise," and Hudson's Delft pipe the Calumet pipe of peace. Robert Juet recorded this ignoble feast in his Journal of the Half Moon as a "dry joke" played upon the savages in order to discover if there was any "treachery" in their natures.

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The names Half Moon and Crescent still cling to that region. Before Hudson set sail for England and Holland he presented the Mahicans and Hoosacs with axes, hoes, and stockings, and promised to return to them after a dozen moons. He accepted their tokens of skins and belts of wampum, interwoven with symbols of the Swastika and Wakon-hird. They taught the warriors to fell the oak forests and mellow the cornfield, and after the savages beheld the su- The Hoosacs' Hunting-Grounds 19 perior wisdom of the Christians, they made the woodlands ring with their musical laughter over their own stupidity.

The same season Hudson sailed North, where he discov- ered the bay bearing his name, and there he desired to winter. A mutiny arose and he and his son and seven of his faithful crew were abandoned and perished in this inhos- pitable region. By the home speeding ship Abacuck Pricket, one of the crew confined in the ship's cabin with rheumatism at the time, recorded that: Henry Hudson, a son of the navigator, later became a sea-captain and settled in the Mahicans' canton.

A lineal descendant of about the tenth generation bearing the name, Henry Hudson, at present resides in the city of North Adams on the upper Hoosac. The Amsterdam merchants of Holland in 5, with an eye to business, sent several Protestant Dutch Boers to take possession of Hudson's Mahicansac Valley.

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Hendrik Corstiaensen built Fort Nassoureen on Castle Island at Chescodonta, which was swept away by a freshet in 8. The Mohawk King, jealous of the Mahican King Aepjen's alliance with the Christians, began to molest his Hoosacs and Mahicansacs and in drove them from their Sara- toga fishing-weirs and Hoosac hunting-grounds.

The Hoosacs and Mahican- sacs have fled and ''their lands are unoccupied, and they are very fertile and pleasant. Later they christened St. As recorded in the Albany Archives, the name has fifty different spellings.

The Italian historian Carlos Botta' refers to the victory of Bennington in as won on "the banks of the Walloon Creek," now known as the Walloomsac.

The land upon both banks of the Hudson during the first century of our colonial history, therefore, was controlled by the Hoosacs and Mahicansacs, subject to the Schodac Council of the Abenakis Democracy until 1 The Lenni-Lenape grandfathers of the race of Great Unami, or Turtles, originally resided on the shores of Dela- ware and Manhattan bays. According to the Abenakis traditions, they claimed relation to a fabled tortoise — the Atlas of their mythology — represented as bearing an island, as they termed the earth, on his back.

The Kitsmac seers attributed the moodus-jargon noises of thunder and earthquakes to the anger of the monster turtle, jarring the earth on his shoulders. They recognized him as Hohba- mocko the Devil and he was worshipped as the god of thunder. Revolting bands of Turtles and Snakes ascended the rivers of the mountains at an unknown day, fighting their way to their kindred, the Bears and Wolves, about Chesco- donta on the Hudson, and Hochelaga on the St. These national conquests resulted in the Mahicansac Heroes taking possession of Hudson Valley.

The isolated mixed sub-tribes of necessity soon modified the original musical tongue of their Lenni-Lenape grandfathers. The three great totemic cantons of Delaware Turtles, Bears, and Wolves of Northeastern North America, spoken of as the Algonquin Race — men of the musical language of Great Unami — recognized each other as members of the Abenakis Democracy.

Great Soqui was acknowledged to be the leading military canton, and the Wi-gow-wauw great sachem or king was chosen from the noble family of this race. Jones, Stockbridge, Past and Present, p. Schodac, the site of Castleton, on the east bank of the Hudson, was occupied by Figurative Map of New Neiherland in The ancient names of the Hudson and Connecti- cut rivers, as well as the totemic designations of the military cantons of the Ahen- akis Democracy and Iroquois Confederacy are discernible.

The Abenakis Castles Mcenemines and Unuwat are not located. They should have been indi- cated on both banks of the river Mauritius, ten miles north of Fort Nassoureen, now the site of Albany. Aepjen, evidently nephew and successor of Uncus, in He lighted the nation's council-fire on Aepjen's, or Bear's Island, containing ten acres of marsh grass.

The most ancient names of Bear Island are reported to be Passapenock and Mahican, and the island was doubtless occupied for a time by Passaconaway' s Pennacook Bears, and Uncus's Mahican Wolves.

The Penna- cooks and Nawaas located on the east bank of the Connecti- cut ; the former lighted their civil council-fire at Pawtucket, where Passaconaway, inat the age of one hundred and twenty years, made his farewell oration. His nephew and successor, Wanalancet, commanded the Pennacooks and lighted his council-fire at Penock, the site of Concord, N.

In this respect, the Attorney General, who is a member of the Judicial Service Commission has a key role to play. Although appointed by the President with the approval of the National Assembly, the Attorney General is the principal legal adviser to the government and has the constitutional obligation to promote, protect and uphold the rule of law and defend the public interest. This is despite the fact that the Kenyan judiciary is perceived to have undergone major reforms to improve its efficiency and effectiveness in the administration of justice.

Does the judiciary indeed have a role in transitional justice? At this point, it is important to appreciate the fact that since the promulgation of the constitution of KenyaKenya has had an election inbut like the election, the presidential results were disputed. However, unlike the situation, the presidential candidate who disputed the election results submitted to the authority of the courts to determine the dispute, thereby avoiding another violent situation.

Interestingly, the presidential candidate who disputed the election is the same one who also disputed the presidential election results. The only difference is that inthe public confidence in the judiciary seemed to have risen and there was a lot of trust by the public that the Supreme court, created under the Constitution ,with exclusive jurisdiction to determine presidential election dispute, would conduct its proceedings and determine the dispute in a fair and just manner according to the rules of natural justice, guided by the constitution The decision of the Supreme Court on the presidential election dispute 11 drew mixed reaction from within the country and amongst legal professionals.

It was supported by a section of Kenyans allied to the Presidential candidate who was declared the winner of the presidential election, while heavily criticized by the presidential candidate who was declared the loser, and his party supporters. Although no violence followed the pronouncement of the Supreme Court decision, the country experienced an unusual uneasiness. The disappointed section of Kenyans whose party presidential candidate lost the election, felt defeated yet again, let down by the Supreme Court on grounds of procedural injustice.

Suffice it to say that the lack of violence following the presidential election may not totally mean that all is well. To the contrary it could imply negative peace in which the disappointed citizens feel helpless while opting not to engage in any violence.

In the absence of any specific measures to address the emotional and psychological stress that can result from such a situation, people are more likely to be prone to violence at the slightest provocation, while mental health diseases are likely to increase.

The decision was based on irregularities and illegalities. The decision has left the country further divided. Will the situation be any different? The process of making a judicial decision must also account for the exercise of judicial authority.

In this way, people can understand reasons leading to court decisions. The last three elections have shown that Kenya as a country is divided on ethic lines and political party affiliations which is not healthy for a developing country and a young democracy. The Constitution recognized this fact and set guiding principles that must be followed in its implementation. The judiciary is by far the biggest actor in implementing the Constitution and ensuring that the rule of law and democracy are upheld as key pillars of governance in Kenya.

What therefore is the role of the Judiciary in Transitional justice in Kenya? The following section discusses judicial authority and how it is to be exercised within the context of transitional justice under the Constitution Any act or omission in contravention of the constitution is invalid.

In this respect, any action or omission by the judiciary must be as authorized by the constitution. Otherwise it is invalid. Transitional justice aims at ensuring peace in post conflict societies. The violence negatively affected the well being of many individuals, as families were disrupted or lost their loved ones and breadwinners. Available at 13 7innocent citizens were brutally attacked by members of the police force. The entire nation was subjected to anxiety, fear and apprehension.

The judiciary must therefore exercise judicial authority in a manner that is consistent with the commitment of Kenyans to protect and nurture the well being of its people. The Preamble of the Constitution further recognizes the aspiration of all Kenyans for a government based on the essential values of human dignity, equality, freedom, democracy, social justice and the rule of law, which are guiding principles in transitional justice too.

They have a right to proper investigation of all reported cases under the rule of law. They have a right to hold perpetrators to account for their action or inaction.

All victims of the violence have a right to have all their concerns addressed satisfactorily. Rights cannot exist without duties. The judiciary has an obligation to discharge this vital function, so that the country can peacefully continue with the development agenda as envisaged in Vision The judiciary exercises judicial authority that is vested in it and derived from the people. Judicial administration must have as paramount, the interest of the people of Kenya, on whose behalf judicial authority is exercised.

In this respect, Article 2 of the Constitution of Kenya stipulates FIVE fundamental guiding principles that courts and tribunals must observe in the exercise of judicial authority; accessed 28 October Concept and Context Broadview Press, Does their status as victims have anything to do with their elusive search for justice? The judiciary must adopt mechanisms that ensure justice for the victims of the violence.

The second principle is that justice shall not be delayed. The unexplained delay amounts to a violation of their constitutional right to access justice without undue delay under Article 48 of the Constitution.

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The third principle is that alternative forms of dispute resolution, including reconciliation, mediation, arbitration and traditional dispute resolution mechanisms shall be promoted, so long as they do not contravene the Bill of Rights, are not repugnant to justice and morality, and are consistent with the Constitution or any other written law.

This principle is very important to transitional justice in Kenya, since it goes beyond the criminal justice prosecution, and provides other mechanisms of addressing concerns arising out of conflict situations. Therefore, where prosecution fails or is not possible, the Constitution provides for other applicable transitional justice mechanisms to conflict resolution.

The fourth principle is that courts must administer justice without undue regard to procedural technicalities. It is well known that courts have often applied procedural technicalities to dismiss cases. The Constitution of Kenya is very clear that access to justice should not be hindered by procedural technicalities.

Where such technicalities arise, they should be cured and the case allowed to proceed to its logical conclusion of substantive issues that are of public concern The fifth principle states that, the purpose and principles of the Constitutionnamely human rights, equality, freedom, democracy, social justice and the rule of law, must be protected and promoted.

Article 10 of the Constitution stipulates the national values and principles of governance that bind all state organs, including the judiciary, in the interpretation of the Constitution and in the administration of justice. They include patriotism, national unity, sharing and devolution of power, the rule of law, democracy and participation of the people, human dignity, equity, social justice, inclusiveness, equality, human rights, non-discrimination, protection of the marginalized, good governance, integrity, transparency, accountability and sustainable development.

In particular, the following principles are common to both: In the next section the paper discusses judicial mechanisms in transitional justice that can be adopted by the judiciary in Kenya. Kenya is a signatory to the Rome Statute 21, which is thus part of the applicable laws. While taking cognizance of the fact that six Kenyans faced trial at the International Criminal Court ICC as a transitional justice measure, this paper argues that the ICC process did not, and cannot replace national mechanisms of transitional justice.

The ICC process should be seen as complementary, not substitution of the national process of dealing with concerns of the post election violence in Kenya. A section of the Kenyan society was satisfied while another section of Kenyans was not satisfied due to ethnic and political party lines along which the country has been divided as already discussed. In answering this question, several factors need to be considered.

Firstly, any national debate such as whether or not to conduct a referendum to amend certain parts of the constitution, reform IEBC, remove IEBC commissioners, or any matter of national importance appears to divide the country into two groups, along the two main political alignments and ethnic divisions.

The two divisions again appear to be on political party and ethnic divisions as was the case inand Such tension is not healthy for the country since the effects of the post election violence have not been fully addressed.

As Kenyans went to the polls in and August ,they were hopeful that the IEBC would conduct the elections through a fair and credible procedure, with the aid of the biometric voter registration machine BVR.

However, the BVR machines reportedly failed on the material day of voting and many polling stations reverted to the manual voting system, a major factor in the disputed presidential election results. Although the voting process was relatively peaceful, almost devoid of violence, the electoral irregularities that characterized the presidential election after the votes were cast left many people questioning the ability of IEBC to conduct another Presidential election in Indeed this lead to the removal of the IEBC commissioners who conducted the elections and their replacement with a new team to conduct the elections.

Under such fair procedures that uphold the rule of law, all parties are satisfied with both the procedure and the court decision. It is of utmost importance that both the winner and loser in such a contest agree that the process of hearing was procedurally fair to both parties.

The decision would thus be acceptable to both parties. Indeed this is the essence of transitional justice in conflict resolution. However, without going into details of the merits and demerits of the Supreme Court judgment in the presidential election dispute, 24it is important to point out that the court process ignored a fundamental constitutional principle of transitional justice as stipulated by Article 2 d of the Constitution of Kenya This is the principle that justice shall be administered without undue regard to procedural technicalities.

Within the context of both procedural and transitional justice, such procedural technicalities are curable to ensure substantive justice in the interest of the public. Further, as is the practice in Commonwealth jurisdiction, Kenyans needed to know and understand how the Supreme Court reached its decision.

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