champlain essay 9 - Laura Hollowell reaches back 1.3...

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Beginning with a forword by Vermont Senator Patrick Leahy that sets a reflective tone, the book devotes two pages to each of the towns along the lake. From the tiny historic hamlet of Essex, with just 713 people, to the bustling cities of Plattsburgh and Burlington, Vt., the unique characteristics of each are highlighted. Chapter two chronicles the story of Lake Champlain's natural history and the animals that call it home.
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Unformatted text preview: Laura Hollowell reaches back 1.3 billion years to tell the story of how the Lake Champlain basin was formed. Chapter three tells of the first people who populated the area long before Champlain and other Europeans arrived - the Abenaki, Mohawks, Mahicans and St. Lawrence Iroquoians all lived on the shores around the lake....
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This note was uploaded on 09/15/2009 for the course ENVE 2010 taught by Professor Prof.katz during the Spring '09 term at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute.

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