Click here to go to our Introduction to America's Historic Lakes Click here for our Site Map of historic sites in the region Click here for a Table of Contents Click here to find out What's New on the site Click here for our FAQ about America's Historic Lakes Click here for information about our popular books! Lake Champlain's beautiful and historic Rockwell Bay is located on the Vermont side of Lake Champlain, just opposite historic Valcour and Crab Islands.

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Experience the fascinating history of the Lake Champlain and Lake George region of Vermont and New York State
as told by local historian and author James P. Millard and guest contributors. This "coffee table book" on the web
explores through dramatic images and text the story of this vital transportation corridor through the wilderness.
America's Historic Lakes covers the period from discovery of the lakes, through the French and Indian War,
American Revolution, War of 1812, canal boat, steamship eras and beyond.

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America's Historic Lakes
West Shore Road • Post Office Box 262 • South Hero, Vermont, USA
05486

Published by James P. Millard


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