Culture of the Adirondacks in New York

The people in northeastern in the Adirondack Mountains in northeaster New York and an independent sort the live a full life shaped by the ruged outdoors. That's because their communitites are situated beside and within within the 6.1 million acres of the Adirondack Park, which includes a constitutionally protected Forest Preserve of 2.3 million acres. About 43% of the land is owned by the state, with 57% private inholdings. People cut wood with horses and make maple syrup in barns in their...
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Created 2 May 2009 | Last updated 4 Dec 2011

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