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Bluff Point Lighthouse
Situated high on a promontory on the western side of Valcour Island is the Bluff
Point Lighthouse. A visit to this beautiful structure, currently maintained by the Clinton County Historical Association, should be a highlight of anyone's trip to Lake Champlain.
The photos below are are thumbnails pointing
to a much larger image.
Related pages on the Site...
The Valcour Bay Research Project on the Web
The Battle of Lake Champlain (Introduction)
**America's Historic Lakes would like to acknowledge its grateful appreciation to Roger and Linda Harwood, of Plattsburgh, New York for their assistance in the preparation of this page. We also want to express our appreciation to Claudia Hornby for her contribution of the photo of the Bluff Point Lighthouse.
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