NATIVE AMERICAN VILLAGE
NEAR MOUTH OF BIG CHOCONUT
CREEK. DESTROYED BY GENERAL
ENOCH POOR AUGUST 18, 1779,
WILLIAM G. POMEROY FOUNDATION 2014
Chugnut was a Native American village located near the mouth of the Big Choconut Creek. On August, 18, 1779, during the American Revolution, General Enoch Poor and his forces burned the village to the ground, as part of the Sullivan-Clinton Campaign.