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A reproduction of a vintage map of the great and historic transportation corridor from the Richelieu River of Quebec,
through Lake Champlain and Lake George to the Hudson River.
Originally published in 1914 by the Delaware and Hudson Railway*
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* The Summer Paradise in History- A Compilation of Fact and Tradition Covering Lake George, Lake Champlain, The Adirondack Mountains, and other sections reached by the Rail and Steamer Lines of the Delaware and Hudson Company.
Warwick Stevens Carpenter. 1914. Albany: General Passenger Department, The Delaware and Hudson Company.

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