Wolves in the Adirondacks, by "Uncle Dick" Shutts

R. M. Shutts, a veteran guide and hotel keeper at Upper Chateaugay Lake, sends the following communication to the Plattsburgh Republican: I enclose [a] clipping* from the May number of Field and Stream in regard to Adirondack wolves. Figures won't lie, but greenhorns will. When the average hunter--at the present day--sees a leaf move in … Continue reading Wolves in the Adirondacks, by "Uncle Dick" Shutts

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The Adirondacks in 1858, by J. H. Dudly

April 8, 1971 The Adirondacks in 1858 The following article was submitted to the Record by Ralph Bellows who received it from Mr. Warder Cadbury, a researcher for the Adirondack Museum at Blue Mountain Lake. J. H. Dudly of Poughkeepsie, NY wrote the article. and describes his first trip to Chateaugay Lake in 1858. Mr. … Continue reading The Adirondacks in 1858, by J. H. Dudly