Along The Adirondack Trail by Donald R. Williams

Along The Adirondack Trail

byDonald R. Williams

Kobo ebook | August 6, 2004

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Native Americans called the area Couxsaxrage, "beaver hunting ground." Professor Ebenezer Emmons named it Adirondack, after one of the native tribes. Along the Adirondack Trail traces the history and lore of the Adirondacks up the scenic roadway through the heart of New York's mountain-and-lake country. Included are tales of the Mohawk Indians and their beatified princess, Tekakwitha; the site of the mansion of Sir William Johnson, one of America's most influential citizens of the 1700s; and an important battleground of the Revolution. Rare original photographs portray each of the twenty settlements on the trail from Fonda to Malone, reflecting the lives of the guides, loggers, trappers, sportsmen, camp owners, tourists, leather workers, and health seekers who opened up the unknown county.
Title:Along The Adirondack TrailFormat:Kobo ebookPublished:August 6, 2004Publisher:Arcadia PublishingLanguage:English

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