Great Camp Sagamore: The Vanderbilts' Adirondack Retreat by Beverly Bridger

Great Camp Sagamore: The Vanderbilts' Adirondack Retreat

byBeverly Bridger, Alfred Vanderbilt III

Kobo ebook | July 1, 2012

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Great Camp Sagamore was built by William West Durant and bought by Alfred Vanderbilt in 1901 to be his family’s Adirondack retreat. Vanderbilt and his wife, Margaret, welcomed family and friends, who enjoyed its sprawling grounds and buildings for decades. After Margaret’s death, though, the camp changed hands and began to decline until it was rescued by preservationists and then became a National Historic Landmark in 2000. Today, visitors to the camp participate in maintaining its grandeur, learning about and preserving the past. Read the remarkable story of one of the most unique places in the Adirondacks, written by Sagamore’s director, Beverly Bridger.
Title:Great Camp Sagamore: The Vanderbilts' Adirondack RetreatFormat:Kobo ebookPublished:July 1, 2012Publisher:The History PressLanguage:English

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