Laura Seldman

TICONDEROGA | Roughly 170 years ago, the North Country was home to a railroad that had nothing to do with steam engines and depots. The Underground Railroad was a clandestine network of safe houses for runaway slaves heading to Canada and freedom. Read more

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HAGUE | Although details are a bit sketchy, it’s known that an artist and writers club from New York City called Pen and Brush escaped the summer heat by coming to Hague, where a member had donated a house for a retreat. Read more

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