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The cover of Jim Millard's important book on historic Crab Island
"...a superb job of documenting the
history of Crab Island. Secrets of Crab Island has made a
First Print Edition.
Please note: Secrets of Crab Island is now out of print. We apologize for any inconvenience.
The long-awaited first print edition of Jim Millard's popular "The Secrets of Crab Island". A must for students of the early history of the Republic. Featuring almost 100 photos, maps and illustrations; this important book details the fascinating history of the important Lake Champlain transportation corridor as seen through the history of Crab Island. Discover the remarkable story of this tiny island (and Lake Champlain itself) from prehistoric times until today. Learn about the continuing efforts of modern-day patriots as they work for the preservation and recognition of this small, but significant limestone island in Plattsburgh, New York's Cumberland Bay. Foreword, Index, and Select Bibliography included.
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