Whether you are interested in agriculture, recreation, history or just a quiet ride in the countryside, you will find it all in Tyendinaga Township.
Tyendinaga Township is located in the most southeasterly corner of Hastings County and approximately 10 km east of the City of Belleville.
It was created in 1820 from land
surrendered to the Crown by the Mohawks of the Tyendinaga Reserve. Like the Tyendinaga Mohawk Territory, Tyendinaga Township took its name from Joseph Brant, a noted Mohawk Chief whose Indian name was “Thayendinagea”.
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