Category: History

Ghosts in the Adirondacks

By Pat Martin Home Farm Antiques at the Antiques Market Place A Fun Vacation Pastime: Ghosts in the Adirondacks Looking for ghosts? You’ve come to the right place. Peaceful and … Read More

History of the Warren County Bikeway

Today, the Warren County Bikeway is a 17 mile bicycle trail connecting Fort Edward and Lake George. This popular pathway for joggers, walkers and cyclists has signage highlighting historical attractions … Read More

Indians of the Adirondacks

Long before the sounds of motor vehicles could be heard and motor boats could be seen zipping across the lakes, the Adirondack region was the setting for a more primitive … Read More

The Award Winning Gilded Age Tour

By Donna Pohl Raquette Lake Navigation It’s fascinating to visit a place where history has happened, and the rapid growth of Cultural Heritage Tourism is testament to that. New York’s … Read More

Quadricentennial Celebration

New York’s 400th Anniversary is part of a quadricentennial celebration also highlighting three notables: Henry Hudson: an English captain, explorer, and navigator who was hired by a Dutch company to … Read More

Lake George Village

By Mayor Robert Blais and Peg Edwards, Village Historian In the early 1900’s, residents in the Village, that was the part of the Town of Caldwell, decided that they should … Read More