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Tug Hill and the Adirondacks - Pioneer Trail (appendix video), continued

New York State, Part III

A review of the history and natural characteristics of the northernmost frontier of New York State, once the land of the Iroquois and Algonquin-speaking native American tribes. Tug Hill Plateau, the Black River Basin and Adirondack Mountains today still preserve some wilderness characteristics that attract tourists, sportspersons and adventurers.

Included: some observations of Alexis de Tocqueville during stagecoach trip from Albany 1831.


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