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David C. Glenn
America's Historic Lakes Contribution: The Battle of the Bouquet River
David is a life-long resident of Clinton county living at 4091 Route 9 in the Town of Plattsburgh. He was born June 20, 1940, the son of Robert and Marjorie (Dailey) Glenn and received his early education in the Plattsburgh School system, graduating from Plattsburgh High School in 1958. His secondary education was at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute where he received a BS degree in Civil Engineering in 1963.
Mary Fitzpatrick in 1964 and they soon started a family consisting
of sons Martin born in 1965, and David in 1967 and a daughter
Maureen in 1968.
America's Historic Lakes is very happy to welcome David Glenn as a guest contributor and thanks him for his generous contribution. [JPM]
"...a superb job of documenting the
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to the public awareness of this important historic site."
Dr. Russell P. Bellicoó Historian/Author- "Sails and Steam in the Mountains: A Maritime and Military History of
Lake George and Lake Champlain"
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