Saranac: Life and Times of an Adirondack Town

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Clinton County Historical SocietyThe Clinton County Historical Association (CCHA) will open a new exhibit from 12 to 3 pm on Saturday, January 24th: Saranac: Life and Times of an Adirondack Town.  Since 2010, the CCHA has invited Clinton County Historians to take part in the Museum’s I Love Clinton County Exhibition Series.  The Town of Saranac is being highlighted in this year’s series focusing on town history.

Jan Couture, Town of Saranac Historian and the Seney family of the Saranac Family History and Research Group curated the exhibit which highlights Saranac’s history as a mining, manufacturing, logging and farming town. The exhibit which will be on display at the Museum until October 2015. 

A limited number of Sally Baker’s out of print Saranac Valley will be on sale during the exhibition, in addition to the newly published Life and Times in Ole Saranac by Sylvia Newman.

There will be no admission charge to the Museum during the exhibit opening, from 12 to 3 pm on Saturday  For more information, call the Museum at 518-561-0340.

The Clinton County Historical Association is located at 98 Ohio Avenue on the Old Base in Plattsburgh, New York and is open to the public Wednesday through Saturday, 10 am – 3 pm.  For more information visit or find out the latest about CCHA on Facebook.

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