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The Champlain tercentenary. First report of the New York Lake Champlain tercentenary commission.

Corporate Author: New York (State)
Related Names: Knapp, H. Wallace. , Hill, Henry Wayland 1853-1929.
Language(s): English
Published: Albany, J. B. Lyon company, state printers, 1913.
Edition: 2d ed.
Subjects: Champlain, Samuel de, > 1574-1635.
Champlain, Lake
Note: "Analytical index compiled by Charles Alexander Nelson, A.M., head reference librarian (retired) of the Columbia university": p. 465-534.
Appendix: Samuel Champlain and the lake Champlain tercentenary, by H.W. Hill.--The geology of the Champlain valley, by J.M. Clarke.--Episodes in the history of the Champlain valley, by F. H. Severance.--Libretto of the play of Hiawatha [by L.O. Armstrong]
H. Wallace Knapp, chairman.
On cover: State of New York. The Champlain tercentenary. 1909.
Physical Description: xiii, 534 p. front., plates (2 fold.) ports., fold. map, fold. plan, facsim. 27 cm.
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