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New York's Mohawk Valley

New York’s Mohawk Valley

The Mohawk Valley used to be called the Gateway to the West because it was the only navigable route to the western frontier of the United States, until the railroads were built in the late 1800s. It’s a lowland of fertile hills and abundant waters, and political turmoil. But it’s a beautiful place.

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Hamilton College Library

Hamilton College Library

Hamilton College has a lovely library on campus. My daughter, a budding historian, loves to visit it. We are blessed to be able to use the library free of charge, as we live in the county.

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Fountain Elms Historic Site, Utica

Fountain Elms Historic Site, Utica

Fountain Elms is a historic site in Utica, NY. It was the home of a well-known philanthropic family dynasty in the Victorian Era. The home, practically untouched since 1900, is filled with family mementos and valuables of the Munson/Proctor/Williams family.

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Route 28 to White Lake, Adirondacks

Route 28 to White Lake, Adirondacks

We took a drive north, to the Adirondacks, to White Lake. Our senses were assaulted with the mighty sights and sounds of the illustrious forests. This is such a beautiful area.

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