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America's Historic Lakes Contribution:
The Charles Barney Collection- Fort Montgomery Images
The late Charles
H Barney practiced hospital pharmacy in critical care settings for 29
years - in a burn treatment center, and, for 20 years, at Roswell
Park Cancer Institute in Buffalo NY. He graduated from the University of
Buffalo in 1977 and lived in East Amherst, NY. He married his wife Laurie Campbell Barney and
had two children, Andrew and Caitlin. He was a photographer, a horseback rider, a nascent
military historian, and to his family’s chagrin, an enthusiastic
Publisher note: Charlie Barney's wonderful photos can be found on the pages of America's Historic Lakes and in our Fort Montgomery books. We're very pleased to be able to share these very special images with the world. [JPM]
"...a superb job of researching and
the effort alone in gathering these rare photographs and interpreting the ruins is remarkable."
Dr. Russell P. Bellico- Historian/Author
"Sails and Steam in the Mountains: A Maritime and Military History of Lake George and Lake Champlain"
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