The Upper Hudson River, Champlain Canal, Lake George, Lake Champlain and Richelieu Valley create an interconnected waterway that provides an inland route for people and goods to travel. Before the age of the automobile, water travel provided the quickest, safest and most comfortable route through the dense wilderness, and even before Europeans arrived on the shore of this continent natives utilized the waterways. For centuries battles were fought for control of these superhighways. The natural geographical features of the waterway predestined history along the Lakes to Locks Passage.
Latitude: 44.335145 Longitude: -73.335982 Elevation: 95 ft
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- A Crease in the Landscape: Perspectives on the Working Landscape and Slate Valley of Lakes to Locks Passage
- Lake Champlain Birding Trail
- Hamlet of Fort Miller
- Explore the Turning Point Trail: The 1777 Campaign of Major General John Burgoyne
- Northern Reaches of Lake Champlain: An Interpretive Guide to the Borderlands of Lakes to Locks Passage
Interests and Areas of Expertise
Regional History, American History, European History, Religious History, Culinary Arts.